Largest single, financial award in William & Mary's history will create center to advance foreign aid transparency.
The project is the only nongovernmental effort in the United States to comprehensively assess the nation’s activities.
The 2011 version, authored by Sue Peterson, Mike Tierney '87 and Daniel Maliniak '06, received responses from 3,466 IR scholars from 20 countries.
AidData gets two mentions in Britain's Guardian newspaper within a month.
Through the William and Mary National Security Archive Project, undergraduate students learn about and help to document cases of kidnapping and torture under Argentine dictatorships in the 1970s and early 1980s.
Multiple international experiences and internships lead to a career with the federal government.
The AidData/CCAPS mapping tool aims to provide the most comprehensive view yet of climate change and security in Africa.
Nils Petter Gleditsch Journal of Peace Research Article of the Year Award, 2011 awarded for article ‘Civil Conflict and World Fisheries, 1952-2004.’
IR scholars from throughout the U.S. and 19 foreign countries surveyed; some of the results appear in Foreign Policy magazine.