International affairs may refer to:
- International relations
- International Affairs Association
- International Affairs (journal), a peer-reviewed academic journal first published in 1924
- International Affairs Party, a political party in Kosovo
- International Affairs Review, international relations journals first published in 1992
- International Affairs (Soviet magazine), a communist propaganda vehicle
- The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs
Other articles related to "international affairs, international":
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... Walsh School of Foreign Service (commonly abbreviated SFS) is a school of international affairs within Georgetown University in Washington, D.C ... Its faculty include many distinguished figures in international affairs, such as former U.S ... The School of Foreign Service is widely recognized as one of the world's leading international affairs schools and is sometimes referred to as the "West Point of the U.S ...
... as program administrator for the Division of International Programs Abroad at Syracuse University, Khouri returned to Beirut to become managing editor of Middle East Money ... is director of the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs (IFI) at the American University of Beirut ... Star newspaper, published throughout the Middle East with the International Herald Tribune ...
... Approximately 60 undergraduate leaders attend the Institute on Economics and International Affairs (IEIA) in order to gain real-world experience in the nation's capital ...
... Wight wrote many reviews, mainly for The Observer and International Affairs, but his main works are "Christian Pacifism", Theology, 33193 (July 1936), pp. 8 (London Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1946) ... Ashton-Gwatkin (eds.) Survey of International Affairs 1939-1946 The World in March 1939 (London Oxford University Press Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1952), pp.138-150, pp ...
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