John Mearsheimer Presents Realist Perspective

International relations theorist explains motivations of great power conflict

Notre Dame, China, and Standing Up for Human Rights

Notre Dame has had an ambivalent relationship with the People’s Republic of China. Not so long ago, some naïve university…

China, Fr. Ted, and Our Call to Apostolate

Preserving our Catholic mission in global efforts

Munitions for trade wars

WTO rules include self-judging national security exemption

In China, Catholics ask “Rome or Beijing?”

The Vatican negotiates with Beijing over the appointment of Catholic bishops

Notre Dame Scraps Plans for Joint College in China

Different approaches to education cited as obstacle; cooperation to continue

Will Notre Dame Expand to China?

Student Union Senate passes resolutions requesting administrative transparency on potential joint campus with Zhejiang University

Notre Dame, the “Liberal Arts,” and China: Wrong Partner, Flawed Program

Father Bill Miscamble critiques Notre Dame’s planned partnership with Zhejiang University in China

University Foray into China Continues

Administration announces pilot program for manufacture of university products in Chinese factories

Year Of Controversy Comes To A Close

On three contentious campus issues, Notre Dame administration confronts criticism from faculty