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FPA Grad Student Publishes Piece on Syria in Embassy Magazine

Krystyna Wojnarowicz argues Canada should be taking in more refugees “Distance should not equate to indifference.” That’s the argument posed by Krystyna Wojnarowicz, a Master’s student in Political Science, in an article recently published in Embassy magazine. Wojnarowicz is currently doing... More

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Q&A with Lyse Doucet, Chief International Correspondent, BBC

 The worst thing would be if something happened and no one knew. – Lyse Doucet Lyse Doucet is the award winning Chief International Correspondent for the BBC and a senior presenter who anchors news programs for BBC World TV and World Service Radio. She will deliver the FPA Currents Lecture... More

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International AIDS Advocate to Speak at Carleton Homecoming

Humanitarian Stephen Lewis, the co-director of AIDS-Free World, will deliver a keynote address on September 18th entitled, “Education: The World’s Greatest Force for Good” as part of Carleton’s 2015 homecoming celebration, Throwback. Mr. Lewis will explore the ways in which education... More

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Chris Waddell, Associate Professor of Journalism and senior editor at iPolitics

FPA Faculty “Pundits” Launch Federal Election Blog

  FPA professors are adding their voices to the public discourse surrounding the 2015 Federal Election campaign with a new blog in iPolitics, a daily online magazine about Canadian politics. The blog is called “Campaign Notes: Powered by Carleton University’s Faculty of Public Affairs”.... More

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(L) of South Korea vies for the ball with of Spain during the FIFA Women's World Cup 2015 group E match between Spain and South Koreain Ottawa, Canada, June 17,  2015.        (Chris Roussakis/EPA)

Political Science Student Heads to Chicago on Fulbright

Janice Freamo, a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science, has received a Fulbright Canada award to study at the University of Chicago and continue her project entitled, Generations and Genealogies: Plato and Nietzsche on the Status of the Elder. Freamo’s project starts with the idea... More

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Events

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2015 FPA Currents Lecture

Tuesday, September 01 - 7:00 PM

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Economics Alumni Reception

Wednesday, September 16 - 6:30 PM

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