Boston International is a non-profit organization that brings cutting-edge thinking on world affairs to Boston’s rising stars. We provide an engaging, informal atmosphere for young professionals and graduate students to interact with and learn from today’s influential thinkers and world leaders.
2/21/13: American Competitiveness and National Security - Added Feb 18, 2013
Boston International, in partnership with WorldBoston, invites you to a panel discussion on American competitiveness and national security at the offices of Cooley, LLP (500 Boylston St. 14th Floor, Boston) on 21st February at 6:00 PM.
Prior to the panel, we will begin with a networking session and complimentary liquor tasting sponsored by a local Boston distillery GrandTen.
Please note that seating for this event is limited. Tickets can be purchased using the following link and include light hors d’œuvres and drinks:http://americancompetitiveness.eventbrite.com
5th Annual Holiday Fete - Added Nov 25, 2012
This year, the Fete will be at The College Club of Boston, an elegant and historic venue in the Back Bay with roots dating back to 1890. The College Club is conveniently situated in a recently restored and redecorated Victorian brownstone just one block from the Boston Public Garden.
Mingle with other young professionals, graduate students, and diplomats as you enjoy live jazz, pass hors d’oeuvres, and an open bar.
Tickets are $36 (inclusive of the open bar and hors d’oeuvres) and may be purchased here: http://bostoninternational5thholidayfete.eventbrite.com
Is the European Union headed for disintegration? Exploring EU 2020. - Added Oct 25, 2012
Boston International and swissnexx Boston jointly hosted Prof. Vivien Schmidt who is Professor of International Relations and Political Science at Boston University to speak on the European Crisis on 14th of November at swissnex Boston.
Thank you all for making this event a success.
Partner Event : The Last Hunger Season - Added Oct 04, 2012
Meet Roger Thurow of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and Allison Bream of One Acre Fund(OAF) to discuss Thurow’s new book, “The Last Hunger Season : A year in an African Farm Community of the Brink of Change”. Tuesday, Oct 9 @ 6:30 pm in North Eastern University. More info on Partner Events page.
US-Africa relationship : How much is too much? - Added Sep 23, 2012
Thank you for all of those who attended our event on September 11 with Ambassador Charles R. Stith, which was hosted by swissnex and co-sponsored by Africans in Boston.
Boston International would like to thank Ambassador Charles R. Stith, Africans in Boston, swissnex, and all attendees for making this such a memorable event!
Next Event: Sept 11th, 2012, US-Africa Relations - Added Aug 31, 2012
Please join us on Tuesday, Sept 11th discuss US-Africa Relations (How much is too much?) with Charles R. Stith, former Ambassador of the US to Tanzania. Further details coming soon !
Happy New Year (2012)! - Added Jan 18, 2012
Warm wishes of the New Year to all of our members. We are looking forward to seeing all of you at the first event of the year, “Chat with the Consulate: Israel”, on January 26th, check out the upcoming event section for more detail soon.
Can Obama Win in 2012? - Added Jan 18, 2012
Prof. David King provided insight on presidential election process in US. An impromptu role playing game made the event fun, interactive and a great learning experience. Thanks to those who attended.
4th Annual Holiday Fete - Added Jan 18, 2012
Boston International celebrated its 4th annual holiday fete at the College Club of Boston this past December. Thanks everyone for making the event a great success!
- Added Apr 14, 2011
Donation for Japan Relief and Reconstruction – Added April 14, 2011
Many thanks to those who made our April event, Crisis in Japan and the Road to Recovery, possible. We are donating the full proceeds to the Japan Disaster Relief Fund created in partnership with the Boston Foundation, Fish Family Foundation, and Japan Society of Boston, Inc. Our thoughts go out to all those impacted by the recent tragedy.