Universities Aren’t Ready for Trade War Casualties
American schools have become dependent on Chinese student money.
The Brexit-Fueled Death of the British University
For centuries, British schools were the envy of the world. Now they’re scrambling to stay alive.
Liberté! Égalité! Overcrowded, Underfunded Universities!
Can Emmanuel Macron save France's higher education system by making it more American?
How China Managed to Play Censor at a Conference on U.S. Soil
The Beijing-backed Confucius Institute offers much-needed money to American universities — but with strings attached.
House Proposal Targets Confucius Institutes as Foreign Agents
The draft bill is the first legislative attempt to push back against the Chinese state-run programs.
Chinese Students in America Say ‘Not My President’
Young overseas Chinese make a rare show of dissent against Xi Jinping's power grab.
China’s Long Arm Reaches Into American Campuses
Beijing is stepping up efforts to inject party ideology into student life. Some Chinese students are crying foul.
The Best International Relations Schools in the World
The latest ranking of the top 50 IR programs for undergraduates, master's, and Ph.D.s.
It’s Never Been a Better Time to Study IR
Donald Trump has changed the world — and some people will understand it better than others.
ISIS’s War on Families Never Ended
The Islamic State's campaign for the hearts and minds of Syrian children may have laid the groundwork for its resurgence.
We Were Students Once … and Young: A Tribute to a Military-Heavy Public School
DoD families have much to offer American public schools.
7 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Applying to Grad School
Some unsolicited advice from a survivor of the trenches.
Afghanistan Ranks Among the Worst Places for Girls to Get an Education
The United States poured millions into education in Afghanistan. Did it do anything?
UNESCO Gets First Jewish Director, Day After U.S. Leaves Over ‘Anti-Israel’ Bias
Outgoing head defends organization after U.S., Israeli departure.
A Language Haven in Baltimore
For young newcomers, the first step to becoming American is learning English.
Kroesen strikes out again: Are diversity and political correctness really what’s hurting the Army’s educational system?
Diversity, along with more rigorous academic standards, would greatly improve military education.
Teaching cadets in the age of Trump
After class, surrounded by the same dusty chalkboards I used as a cadet years ago, I quickly realized something was wrong.