Director of the Executive Education program, Frank Zerunyan, wrote about his recent global travels. His essay captures his experiences in Saudi Arabia, India, Bahrain, Ethiopia, South Korea, Armenia, South Africa, Georgia, and China both through his work with the United Nations and as Director of Executive Education at USC Price.
Last month, I left for Beijing, China for the Price International Lab with eighteen of my fellow Price students. Together, we represented five of Price’s graduate degree programs, the Los Angeles and Sacramento campuses, and local and international students. This diverse group set out to put our learning into practice by providing consulting services to…
Turkey is integral to regional dynamics due to its powerful military force and ability to strongly emerge against ISIS in Kobani and to assist the US and other NATO forces through the use of air force bases. However, Turkey is embroiled in its internal feud with its Kurdish minority and the PKK.
Hong Kong’s youth have made it clear that they desire a government that listens to the will of the people. Protests and civil disobedience in Hong Kong 25 years after Tiananmen Square.
June 23, 2014
by Jeremy Loudenback
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past week or binge watching the newest Netflix offering, it’s been hard to escape the worldwide pageant of soccer, nationalism, and celebration that is the World Cup.