Professor James Millward joins NPR’s Global Journalist podcast to discuss the recent Chinese practice of forcing Uighurs into “re-education” centers where “they’re forced to learn Mandarin Chinese, sing songs praising the Communist Party and encouraged to turn away from their religion.”
On KBS World Radio’s Korea24, Professor Robert Gallucci discussed the possibility of North Korea’s denuclearization and how Seoul and Washington should coordinate their efforts to accelerate the process.
In the third installment of the Global Podcast, the Global Communications Group explores the relationship between the arts and international relations through the work of The Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics (The Lab).
Professor Marc Busch weighs in on U.S.-China Trade Tensions for Northern Public Radio, discussing in particular Chinese investments in its high-tech sector.
Professor Sinan Ciddi appeared on a South Dakota radio show to preview his upcoming lecture series, “Democracies in Decline.” The lecture series will focus on the downfall of liberal democracies in the 21st century.
Professor Angela Stent appeared on NPR to explore the Helsinki summit and the next steps in the ongoing investigation into Russian election meddling. According to Stent, there is not much information available on what occurred in Helsinki, and what information has been released is from Russia.
Ambassador Nancy McEldowney appeared on NPR to discuss the Trump administration’s meetings with Russia in Helsinki. She discussed President Trump’s one-on-one meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in particular, arguing that a meeting without official note-takers leaves its contents open to manipulation by Russia.
Professor Angela Stent, Director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies, comments on KUNC about the relationship between Clinton and Yeslin, Reagan and Gorbachev, ahead of Trump-Putin summit.
Professor Angela Stent, Director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies, was featured on ABC Radio talking about the summit taking place between Trump and Putin. She argues that the goal for Trump should be to normalize relations between the United States and Russia.
On Radio Canada International, Professor Marc Busch, professor of International Business Diplomacy, assures Canadians that the US tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum are just as unpopular in the United States as they are in Canada and not reflective of the general sentiment of the domestic constituency.
Professor Christine Fair, Associate Professor of Security Studies, speaks on NPR’s 1A about how civility is a word that is used by the GOP to shield itself from criticism of its policies.
Victor Cha spoke with CSIS about the upcoming summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The podcast explores concessions already made by Trump and the strange nature of the summit.