Traditionally both Sweden and Finland have maintained neutrality in global conflicts; however, that changed in February 2022 when Russia invaded Ukraine.
International travel, field research and community service projects are accessible to first-generation students at USC Dornsife through the Fisher Fellowship program.
Mario Del Pero ’95 is co-founder of Mendocino Farms, a Los Angeles born-and-bred chain of gourmet sandwich and salad restaurants.
Gordon Brown shares his perspective on the current crisis in Syria, the 2008 global financial crisis and other major global events, as well as his opinions on the future of our global community.
Brett Crosby ’95 has spent nearly two decades riding the wave of information technology, originating Google Analytics and launching a startup for investing in real estate-backed loans.
International relations undergraduates at USC Dornsife learn how to understand and map terrorist networks using tools employed by the U.S. military during internships at the Naval Postgraduate School.
A contestant on the 16th season of the CBS competitive reality TV show “Survivor,” Alexis Jones ’05, ’06 used the media interest around her participation to launch her nonprofit I AM THAT GIRL.
In the final article of a three-part series on the European refugee crisis — the largest since World War II — USC Dornsife experts Laurie Brand, Robert English and Steven Lamy of international relations look at Turkey’s unexplored role in the exodus, the long-term repercussions for the United States and its European allies, and a possible silver lining.
In the second article of a three-part series on the European refugee crisis — the largest since World War II — USC Dornsife experts Laurie Brand, Robert English and Steven Lamy of international relations look at who is ultimately responsible for this massive exodus from the Middle East, explore potential solutions and consider the wider consequences for Europe and the United States.