Columbia International Affairs Online: Working Papers

International Institute at University of Wisconsin, Madison


The International Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a federation of campus area and international programs; it brings together thirteen programs including six Title VI National Resource Centers as well as other programs and topical programs focusing on global studies, comparative cultures and international relations. The Institute is a strategic partnership between the College of Letters and Science and the Office of International Studies and Programs. Its mission is to (1) support the constituent programs, (2) encourage innovation in research, teaching and outreach, (3) inspire activities that cross regional and disciplinary lines, (4) expand contracts with academic centers in the US and abroad, and (5) develop new alliances with campus interdisciplinary programs, the state and alumni.

Working Papers

Title: Trans-Atlantic Relations: Challenges and Opportunities
Authors: Wolfgang Ischinger
Date: October 2002

Title: Facing Historic Challenges in U.S. International Education: The Role of International Outreach
Authors: Miriam A. Kazanjian
Date: May 2002

Title: Trans-Atlantic Relations: A Norwegian Perspective
Authors: Knut Vollebaek
Date: April 2002

Title: Distinguished Visitor's Lecture in International Studies
Authors: John G. Ruggie
Date: April 2001