Annie Joy Williams is a Class of 2022 Master of International Affairs candidate at the Bush School in the National Security & Diplomacy Track.
Department of International Affairs News
Bush School experts will discuss what’s next for the future of Ukraine and how it will impact the United States. WATCH LIVE | SUBMIT QUESTIONS Join us on Friday, February 25, 2022, at 12 p.m. CT/1 p.m. ET for a panel discussion about the Russia-Ukraine conflict and how it impacts the United States. Bush School panelists are Ambassador (Ret.) […]
On November 12, 2021, the Program on Women, Peace, and Security at the Bush School of Government and Public Service hosted the 7th Annual Symposium on Women, Peace, and Security. The title of the event was “Women, Peace, and Security after the Fall of Kabul.” Symposium Highlights | Symposium Agenda Symposium Highlights Full video of the event The event brought […]
Katherine Weary ‘01 worked as a National Security Agency (NSA) analyst before coming to teach in the Intelligence Studies program at the Bush School. Her course offerings include Analytic Tradecraft, Advanced Analytic Tradecraft, and Briefing Tradecraft. In addition, Weary runs a capstone each spring. What research project do you currently have underway? Ever since the […]
Aileen Teague is an Assistant Professor in the Department of International Affairs and a core faculty member at the Albritton Center for Grand Strategy. She studies U.S.-Latin America relations, works on the Latin America concentration, and serves as a coordinator for The Other Side of the Border: Ties That Bind and Issues That Divide speaker […]
The Bush School Intelligence Studies Program established the Ready Room in the fall of 2021, realizing months of student-led effort and initiative to create a public forum for the intelligence work originating in and outside of the Bush School. Featuring analytic pieces written by current and former Bush School students, as well as external subject-matter […]
The Robertson Foundation for Government named three students at the Bush School of Government and Public Service to the Class of 2023 Robertson Fellows cohort. For thirteen years, the Robertson Foundation has nominated fellows from top international affairs graduate institutions in the nation. The Robertson Foundation supports future leaders in public service through academic fellowships, […]
Greg Vogle joined the Intelligence Studies program at the Bush School after spending the majority of his career in the CIA. He talks about his new career turn and plans to teach a course on covert action.
Demetria Charlifue’s work on the U.S. State Department’s Afghanistan Taskforce reflects a desire to serve the vulnerable in crisis situations.
Speaking to thousands in what was described as the George & Barbara Foundation’s largest-ever virtual event this week, former Ambassador to Afghanistan Ryan Crocker gave his strategic insights on recent developments following the U.S. withdrawal from the country.