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January

Jose Miguel Cruz, director of research at the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center and an expert on Central American gangs, responded to President Trump's comments on MS-13 during his State of the Union address in a powerful opinion piece in today's Washington Post. Click the headline above to read more.

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From leaders of nationally renowned think tanks to former ambassadors and journalists from The New York Times, The Washington Post and Politico, some of the brightest minds from across the country came together at FIU to discuss global relations and U.S. foreign policy. State of the World 2018 was the inaugural Dorothea Green Lecture Series event and the first conference of its kind in Miami. Click the link above to read more.

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On the heels of the Green School's State of the World 2018 conference, Senior Fellow David Kramer was quoted in an important article in The New York Times about President Trump and the World Economic Forum. We are so proud to have David as part of our Green School team!

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The inaugural event of the Dorothea Green Lecture Series - State of the World 2018 - brought together leading experts, policymakers and current or former U.S. officials to discuss the most pressing issues affecting the globe. All sessions of the day-long conference are now available on the FIU website. Click the headline above and you will find videos for the morning sessions and afternoon sessions.

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To help police and prosecutors better tackle the issue – and improve services to victims – FIU’s Department of Criminal Justice has partnered with the Miami-Dade County State Attorney’s Office and the Miami-Dade Police Department on a two-year project to study LGBTQ hate crimes in the county. Funded by a $500,000 grant from the United State Department of Justice, researchers will interview crime victims, police detectives and prosecutors, as well as review hundreds of case files.

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February

Holocaust scholar John K. Roth has reflected on the power of trust in the face of war and genocide throughout his career. Recently named the Suzanne R. and Dr. Lawrence M. Fishman Scholar in Residence for FIU’s Holocaust Studies Initiative, Roth spoke with FIU News about the importance of maintaining trust, particularly in times that challenge our belief in what is good in the world.

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The five Nordic countries are often considered at the forefront of adopting “green economic” policies – those that aim for sustainable development without degrading the environment. Representatives from the Nordic countries, including Swedish Ambassador Karin Olofsdotter, will discuss innovative policy approaches to sustainability during an event on Feb. 9.We spoke with Norwegian Ambassador Kåre R. Aas about what the green economy is all about and how the U.S. could learn from the Nordic model.

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President Donald Trump has announced his intention to nominate Green School Advisory Board Chair Eliot Pedrosa to a key position as the United States Alternate Executive Director of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB.) The IDB works to improve lives in Latin American and the Caribbean through financial and technical support for countries working to reduce poverty and inequality; improve health and education; and advance infrastructure.

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