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Who Runs the World? Mid-Level Bureaucrats.
BY HADY AMR, SCOTT LASENSKY | APRIL 14, 2017


Trump’s Big Defense Buildup Should Include a National Cyber Academy
BY MARK R. HAGEROTT, JAMES STAVRIDIS | MARCH 21, 2017



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How to Participate

For information on how to participate in FP GUIDES, contact Keith Arends, Director, Education Advertising, 646-517-0540, Keith.Arends@foreignpolicy.com

Aspiring international affairs professionals are facing widespread uncertainty: How will the public sector evolve in the coming months and years? What role will the private sector play? Public sector hiring, international business and trade, and the impact of nongovernmental organizations all are fraught with uncertainty—in the United States and around the world.

“Everything is interconnected, and the connections that shape our lives are real. The need to understand the complexity of the questions we face is now more important than ever,” says Carmen Iezzi Mezzera, executive director of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA).

Mezzera and others see a stronger need than ever for professionals with a deep understanding of international affairs. The demand for expertise in political risk analysis continues to grow, for example, and in fields such as cybersecurity, employers need professionals with a combination of international relations and technology skills.

“Understanding what’s happening in the world is terribly important,” says Vera Jelinek, divisional dean of the NYU School of Professional Studies Center for Global Affairs. “I think there will be more and more need for young people with an international outlook, despite the efforts to close national borders.”

The 2017 FP Guides will offer valuable tools for prospective students and emerging professionals to navigate program options, career opportunities, admissions, financial aid, and more. The Guides will also show how leading faculty, staff, administrators, and students are working to make the world a better place.

UPCOMING FP GUIDES FOR 2017
May/June Career Trends in International Affairs: Strategies for success in a changing world, and how schools are helping
July/August Our comprehensive annual Guide to Master’s Degrees in International Affairs: An in-depth look at schools and programs
September/October Enhancing Your Grad School Application: Information and tips from admissions directors at leading schools
November/December Leaders in Higher Education: International affairs faculty and administrators at the cutting edge of education and scholarship

HOW TO PARTICIPATE: For information on how to participate in FP Guides, contact Keith Arends, Director, Education Advertising, 646-517-0540, Keith.Arends@foreignpolicy.com.


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