Emissaries for the Future of Diplomacy

At the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, students, faculty members, practitioners, and leaders from both sides of the aisle join in tackling global and political challenges through teaching, research, and dialogue.

What if national and international leaders had more shared experiences? If public servants had practice listening to diverse voices? If global ambassadors, politicians, and presidents could learn to infuse their policy decisions with best practices?

That hypothetical space is a reality at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs. Here, leaders unite around a new level of diplomacy—and a more unified future that grows more possible with each graduating class.

Students are led by faculty members and senior fellows, political champions from both sides of the aisle and across every border, such as US Special Presidential Envoy John Kerry ’66, New York Times columnist Ross Douthat, and CEO Shoshana Stewart. The Jackson Institute tackles global and political challenges through teaching, research, and dialogue. In doing so, we can improve the effects of government and international relations for all of humanity.

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