Political Science and International Affairs News

Class of 2013 Alumna Ayame Mei Shares her Gratitude with JCU

Class of 2013 Alumna Ayame Mei Shares her Gratitude with JCU

"My interests and the experiences that I have gained would not have been possible without the kind support and encouragement of the faculty from John Cabot University."

President Franco Pavoncello Interviewed by Time Magazine

President Franco Pavoncello Interviewed by Time Magazine

Read the article "Judges Reject Silvio Berlusconi's Appeal, but His Political Appeal Endures"

Professor Silvia Scarpa Speaks at Australian Bar Association Conference

Professor Silvia Scarpa Speaks at Australian Bar Association Conference

In the framework of the panel dedicated to trafficking in persons, Professor Scarpa analyzed the European standards in the field of the fight against the phenomenon and the protection of the victims.

JCU Professor Federigo Argentieri Interviewed on Kazakhstan

JCU Professor Federigo Argentieri Interviewed on Kazakhstan

On the 14th of July, the Italian state radio news program GR3 interviewed John Cabot University Prof. Argentieri on the Kazakh dissident scandal.

Guarini Institute: the Politics of Exclusion in the Arab Gulf

Guarini Institute: the Politics of Exclusion in the Arab Gulf

The Guarini Institute presented The Politics of Exclusion in the Arab Gulf: Women, Stateless Persons and Migrants, a lecture by Farah Al-Nakib.

Guarini Institute: An Eyewitness Account of the Iraq War and the Media

Guarini Institute: An Eyewitness Account of the Iraq War and the Media

The Guarini Institute welcomed Professor Ibrahim Al-Marashi from the Department of History of the California State University San Marcos.

JCU Model United Nations Makes Presence Felt at Paris MUN

JCU Model United Nations Makes Presence Felt at Paris MUN

Running from May 31st to June 2nd, PIMUN 2013 proved to be a rewarding experience for JCU-MUN.

“Il Giornale” Publishes Results of Professor Federigo Argentieri’s Research

“Il Giornale” Publishes Results of Professor Federigo Argentieri’s Research

The Milan daily "Il Giornale" has published with great relevance the results of a recent research by Prof. Argentieri, carried on at the Jozsef Karolyi foundation in Hungary.

President Pavoncello Comments on Italian Mayoral Races for WSJ

President Pavoncello Comments on Italian Mayoral Races for WSJ

President Franco Pavoncello was recently interviewed by the WSJ regarding the results of the mayoral races held throughout Italy.

Europe’s Long Century: 1900 to present. Society, Politics, and Culture

Europe’s Long Century: 1900 to present. Society, Politics, and Culture

On June 3rd, 2013, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs, in cooperation with Biblioteca di Storia Moderna e Contemporanea, had the honor of presenting Spencer Di Scala’s book Europe’s Long Century: 1900 to present: Society, Politics, and Culture. A moderated discussion brought together a panel of distinct speakers that [...]

Professor Pamela Harris Gives Paper at University of Parma Workshop

Professor Pamela Harris Gives Paper at University of Parma Workshop

Professor Pamela Harris presented a paper at the University of Parma, entitled "Legislative Borrowing: Foreign Flavors in the American Sausage?"

President Pavoncello Publishes Analysis of Current Italian Government

President Pavoncello Publishes Analysis of Current Italian Government

John Cabot University President and professor of political science Franco Pavoncello recently published an article about the Italian government led by Enrico Letta in the prestigious website e-International Relations.

Two JCU Students Obtain Prestigious Internships in China

Two JCU Students Obtain Prestigious Internships in China

John Cabot University is pleased to announce that two of its students have been selected for prestigious internships in Shanghai, China this summer.

Congratulations to the John Cabot University Class of 2013!

Congratulations to the John Cabot University Class of 2013!

On May 13th, John Cabot University held its 41th Commencement Ceremony, celebrating the Class of 2013 at the wonderful Villa Aurelia, located on the Janiculum Hill, overlooking Rome.

Professor Scarpa Contributes to Drafting Guidelines of Italian Cooperation for Development in Cultural Heritage

Professor Scarpa Contributes to Drafting Guidelines of Italian Cooperation for Development in Cultural Heritage

The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs approved and published on its web-site the Guidelines of the Italian Cooperation for Development on Cultural Heritage and Development and the Strategy of the Italian Cooperation for Development in the same field. Both documents were the result of a project that saw the participation of JCU Adjunct Assistant Professor of Political Science Silvia Scarpa.