In Peru, Hugo Brousset ’13 pursued his keen interest in social issues throughout his education and early career—from undergraduate studies in anthropology, to a master’s degree in public policy, to four years working with a government-connected national organization on anti-poverty…
‘The US Withdraws From Afghanistan After 20 Years of War: 4 Questions About This Historic Moment’
As assistant dean for Washington programs in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Mark R. Jacobson oversees year-round academic programs for the school’s D.C. headquarters at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Dean Jacobson is a foreign policy expert and served in Afghanistan as a reserve officer in 2006 and then returned in a civilian role, working as a foreign policy adviser to Gen. Stanley McChrystal and later as the deputy NATO senior civilian representative in Afghanistan.
In a recent interview, Dean Jacobson offers both personal and professional perspectives on the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Read the full piece in The Conversation.