Looking across the Yalu River into North Korea, it is striking how much borders continue to profoundly shape our world. Borders set the patterns of most human movement and trade, separate the haves from the have-nots, and provide the spark for many conflicts. At the same time, they’ve proven no match for some of today’s greatest international concerns. more »
New to the Patterson School faculty lineup this Fall is Visiting Professor of Diplomatic Practice Anupam Ray. Ray returned to the Indian Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi in 2011, serving as deputy coordinator of the 2012 BRICS Summit, director in India's new Development Partnership Administration (their equivalent of USAID or DFID), and most recently as a director in personnel. From 2008-2011, Ray was deputy head of India's United Nations Security Council team in New York. Earlier diplomatic postings included London, Dhaka, and Bonn. He has been assigned to the Patterson School for two years.