Global Education Resources

Welcome to our Global Education Resources page! Council briefing papers will date back four academic years.  If you are having any trouble accessing a document or would like to access a past document from our archive, please reach out directly to or 215-571-4700 ext. 216 and we can provide the documents. 

Global Education Resources

Model Senate Committee on Foreign Relations

2019-2020 - Model Senate Background Briefing PaperThe Ongoing Political Crisis with Iran, Migration in the Western Hemisphere, Cybersecurity and Election Interference


Global Economic Forum 
2016 - 2017 – Climate Change, Nuclear Weapons Proliferation, Political Populism, Oil Prices
2017 – 2018 – Ending Human Trafficking
2018 - 2019 - The Future of Work

International Student Summit
2016 – 2017 – North Korea and WMDs
2017 – 2018 – NATO and Russia
2018 - 2019 - Rising Africa: Finding a Sustainable, Egalitarian Future

2019 - 2020 - Information and Democracy

Summer Global Leadership Seminar
2016 – 2017 – U.S. Foreign Policy in the Trump Era
2017 – 2018 – Islam, Politics, and Change in the Middle East
2018 - 2019 - The Rise of Politcal Populism

2019 - 2020 - Election 2020: U.S. Foreign Policy and America's Role in the World

New Jersey Global Leadership Programs  (In Partnership with Rutgers University - Camden and Camden County College)
2017 – 2018 – North Korea and Weapons of Mass Destruction
2018 - 2019 - Ending Food Insecurity

2019 - 2020 - Information and Democracy

Al Jazeera (Middle East)
Arab News (Middle East)
The China Daily (China)
Euractiv (European Union)
The Guardian (England)
Hürriyet Daily News (Turkey)
The Japan Times (Japan)
The Korea Times (South Korea)
The Mail & Guardian (South Africa)
The National Post (Canada)
The New York Times (United States)
VoxEurop (European Union)
Ria Novosti (Russia)
The Rio Times (Brazil)
The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
The Times of India (India)
The Washington Post (United States)

American University, School of International Service
Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs
Boston University, Frederik S. Pardee School of Global Studies
College of William and Mary, School of Arts and Sciences, International Relations Program
Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs
Drexel University, College of Arts and Sciences, Global Studies Program
Duquesne University, McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts
Fordham University, International Studies Department
Georgetown University, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service
George Mason University, College of Humanities and Social Science, Global Affairs Program
George Washington University, Elliot School of International Affairs
Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government
Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies
New York University, Center for Global Affairs
Northeastern University, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, International Affairs Program
Penn State, School of International Affairs
Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
Rutgers University, Division of Global Affairs
Saint Joseph’s University, College of Arts and Sciences, International Relations Program
Seton Hall University, School of Diplomacy and International Relations
Stanford University, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies
Tufts University, The Fletcher School
The College of New Jersey, School of Humanities & Social Sciences, International Studies Program
University of Delaware, Department of Political Science and International Relations
University of Richmond, School of Arts and Sciences, Global Studies Program
University of Pennsylvania, School of Arts and Sciences, International Relations Program
University of Southern California, School of International Relations

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