Tuesday June 20

World Politics, the internationally renowned quarterly journal of political science, has been ranked first among its peers by the Thomson/Reuters Journal Citation Reports.

Monday June 12

PIIRS Director Stephen Kotkin penned an opinion piece on Russian President Vladimir Putin's relationship and influence on America, its politics and President Trump.

Thursday June 08

The Program in South Asian Studies recently offered its students the chance to try their hand in a Calligraphy Workshop focused on writing Urdu, an art form that dates back centuries and is deeply embedded in Urdu culture.

Wednesday June 07

Sunny skies, good friends and the sounds of cool, gypsy jazz were the perfect start to the Beers with PIIRS Reunions event which invited all alumni to sample unique beers and complementary gourmet fare courtesy of the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies.

Monday June 05

PIIRS awards certificates to student on Class Day.

Friday June 02

PIIRS will host its second annual "Beers with PIIRS" event today from 3-5 p.m. in the 1879 Hall Tent. Attendees will be treated to eight different beers from around the world, chosen maily because of the locations students visit during PIIRS Global Seminars. 

Wednesday May 03

A photo of a lone white rhinoceros is projected onto a screen behind Jacob Dlamini, a Princeton University assistant professor of history, as his students argue the justification of using violence against the poachers and criminal syndicates who illegally hunt the animal for its iconic horn — and the moral authority non-Africans have to push for those measures.
Antoinette Handley, this year's World Politics Fellow.

Wednesday April 26

World Politics Fellow Antoinette Handley, who is visiting PIIRS this year from the University of Toronto, will deliver a talk today, April 26, on how businesses in Africa react in times of crises. The event will be held at 4:30 to 6 p.m. in 127 Corwin Hall and will be followed by a reception.
Gyan Prakash, the Dayton-Stockton Professor of History

Friday April 21

Six exceptional early career scholars from around the world will come to Princeton University this fall to begin a year of research, writing and collaboration as the fifth cohort of Fung Global Fellows.
Conference on Boundary Matters: Interdisciplinary Engagements with Ethnic Difference

Friday April 21

Last year's cohort of Fung Global Fellows, who worked on "Ethnic Politics and Identities" returned to campus this week for a conference on "Boundary Matters: Interdisciplinary Engagements With Ethnic Difference" which they planned after leaving campus late last spring.