Ángela Suárez Collado participated in the seminar “Morocco: elections, political participation and governability”.

Our faculty member Ángela Suárez Collado participated in the seminar “Morocco: elections, political participation and governability”, organized in Madrid by Casa Árabe, Taller de Estudios Internacionales Mediterráneos (TEIM) and Observatorio Político y Electoral del Mundo Árabe y Musulmán (OPEMAM) on 23 January 2017.

More information about the event: “Morocco: elections, political participation and governability”

 

Professor Robert J. Guttman joins our faculty

Robert J. Guttman, George Mason University

Robert J. Guttman is the Editor-in-Chief of the Mason Monitor and Director of the George Mason University’s School of Policy, Government and International Affairs, Center on Politics & Foreign Relations (CP&FR) where he co-hosts a series of conferences, speeches, and events on politics and foreign policy with the Financial Times newspaper group.

Additionally Guttman is the Editor-in-Chief of TransAtlantic: Europe, America & the World, and was a senior fellow of the Center for Transatlantic Relations as well as a fellow at the Foreign Policy Institute at the Johns Hopkins University.

Professor Guttman teaches graduate level courses at Johns Hopkins and undergraduate courses at the University of Virginia on politics, media, and foreign policy.

From 1989 to 2003, Guttman was head of publications for the European Commission office in Washington, D.C. and editor-in-chief of Europe Magazine. He is the author/editor of the book Europe in the New Century: Visions of an Emerging Superpower published in 2001.

Guttman has been an adjunct professor of political communications at The George Washington University and an adjunct professor of American politics and communications at The American University in Washington, D.C.

From 1979 to 1989 Guttman was editor-in-chief, president and publisher of a company he founded, Political Profiles, Inc. Political Profiles published the first magazine in the world on presidential candidate George Bush in 1979. The company published presidential profiles on all the major candidates for president in 1980, 1984, and 1988. In addition, Guttman wrote the Political Profiles Report, a newsletter on national and international politics featuring in-depth interviews with world leaders.

Guttman tried to capture the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate from Indiana in 1986. He has been a writer/researcher for presidential candidates in 1968, 1972 and 1976 and a communications consultant for various national political races.

Guttman, who has a BA degree from Indiana University and an MA degree from The American University has also been an international economist for the U.S. Department of Commerce; a press secretary on Capitol Hill; and a host of a radio program on current affairs. He has been a frequent guest on various radio and TV talk programs, including CNN, CNN International and C-SPAN.

New incorporation to our Think Tank: Xulio Ríos

Xulio Ríos, Director of the Galician Institute of International Analysis and Documentation, IGADI

Xulio Ríos (1958) has a Law degree and is the Director of the Galician Institute of International Analysis and Documentation, IGADI.

An expert on Chinese matters, he is member of the Advisory Council of “Casa Asia“.

Director of the Chinese Policy Observatory –Observatorio de la Política China-.

Promoter and Coordinator of the Latin-American Network of Sinology.

He is the author of training manuals for the Open University in Cataluña –Universitat Oberta de Catalunya- and the University of Alcalá de Henares, in the East Asia master’s degree.

He is a teacher of the Instituto de Altos Estudios Universitarios.

Author of books such as China (Icaria, Barcelona, 1997), Hong Kong, camiño de volta (Hong Kong, return trip), China, a pr&óxima superpotencia (Laiovento, 1997), A China por dentro (Xerais, 1998). In 2005 he published “La política exterior china“, in the Bellaterra (Barcelona) publishing house, “El problema de Taiwán” (La Catarata, Madrid). In 2007, “Mercado y control político en China” (La Catarata, Madrid). In 2008, “China: de la A a la Z” (editorial Popular, Madrid). In 2010, “China en 88 preguntas” (La Catarata, Madrid). In 2012, “China pide paso. De Hu Jintao a Xi Jinping” (Icaria, Barcelona). In 2013, “Las relaciones hispano-chinas” (La Catarata, Madrid). In 2014, “Bienvenido, Míster Mao” (Akal, Madrid). In 2016, “China Moderna” (Tibidabo, Barcelona).

Editor of “Tempo Exterior” (Time for Foreign Affairs), the Galician journal of analysis and international studies.

 

Why Should You Study Global and International Studies at Salamanca University?

Contemporary global dynamics create new job markets, roles, and opportunities for those who have the skills needed to redirect their approaches to global change.

In the very near future more than half of new jobs in the US economy will be connected to the global economy. In the EU emerging jobs are increasingly attached to global markets, international affairs, and security. In developing regions, a majority of new jobs will be linked to foreign investment, global commerce, international negotiation, multinational corporations, global markets, security, and NGOs.

Our MAs provide the necessary knowledge base, skills, and abilities to successfully compete in these new job markets. Our Global and International Studies MA programs are taught fully in English by an international team of scholars and practitioners. We utilize the latest trends in flexible graduate programming to include student individualized courses of study to best fit their schedules and professional commitments. Online and distance course options can complement a maximum 2-semester residency requirement in Salamanca.

Our Think Tank offers research openings and hands-on professional development as well as access to networks of experts in your chosen field of specialization. In addition, through our Global Internship Program, our students can engage in a wide range of internships and job opportunities in Madrid, Brussels, and/or Washington D.C.

Welcome to the new faculty member: Professor Nick Cull

Nick Cull, Professor of Public Diplomacy at the University of Southern California

He directs the Master’s Program in Public Diplomacy at the University of Southern California. Originally from the UK, he is a historian of the media and its impact on international relations. He trained at the University of Leeds (BA, 1986; PhD, 1992) and studied as a Harkness Fellow and visiting lecturer at Princeton University (1988-1992). Before moving to Southern California, he taught US Cultural History at the University of Birmingham (1992-1997) and directed the Centre for American Studies at the University of Leicester (1997-2005) His books include Selling War: The British Propaganda Campaign Against American “Neutrality” in World War II. (1995); The Cold War and the United States Information Agency: American Propaganda and Public Diplomacy, 1945-1989. (2008) and The Decline and Fall of the United States Information Agency: American public diplomacy 1989-2001. (2012). His works as co-editor include Francisco Javier Rodriguez, Lorenzo Delgado and Nicholas J. Cull (eds.) US Public Diplomacy and Democratization in Spain: Selling Democracy,(2015). Nick Cull is regularly consulted by governments on issues of public /cultural diplomacy and diplomatic education in general. He has worked especially closely with the foreign ministries of the UK, Switzerland, Mexico, Canada and South Korea, and with NATO and the European Union. He is a regular guest speaker at the Foreign Service Institute of the United States. He is president of the International Association for Media and History and a member of the Public Diplomacy Council.