Amid U.S.-China tensions, trade regulations and consumer demands have brought human rights into sharp focus. USC experts discuss how the global textile industry is changing.
Foreign governments “were relieved at the election results, but they’re not sure if Congress will get anything done,” says former U.S. Rep. Jane Harman, USC Price’s Presidential Scholar-in-Residence.
A USC international security expert explains and assesses what they mean for the war in Ukraine.
Events include an academic examination of the phenomenon as well as a concert featuring Korean musical artists Sejeong Kim and Kingdom.
A USC nuclear nonproliferation expert explains why Iran was always unlikely to return to the 2015 international agreement that limited its nuclear weapon development.
USC nuclear safety expert Najmedin Meshkati explains cold shutdown, what it means for the safety of the nuclear power plant, and the ongoing risks to the plant’s spent fuel.
Graduate students in USC Dorsnfie’s Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures grapple with Russia’s war on Ukraine, which has thrust their studies into the spotlight.
Joe Biden is set to make his first visit as president to the Middle East, during which he will meet the Saudi crown prince the U.S. accuses of ordering the murder of a journalist.
As they prepare to deal with tomorrow’s threats, USC Dornsife global security students will combine international relations, spatial sciences and environmental studies as well as drawing on the resources of USC Shoah Foundation.
Traditionally both nations maintained neutrality in global conflicts, USC Dornsife’s Steven Lamy writes. But that changed in February when Russia invaded Ukraine.