Alumnus Ben Roswell (SFS’93) is working on the civic participation app Udara, inspired by a international affairs career with the Canadian Foreign Service. He was profiled in the Canadian newspaper National Post
“For the jihadis, Spain is still very much a front-line country,” SFS Professor Bruce Hoffman told The New York Times, commenting on the terror attack in Barcelona.
Professor Matthew Kroenig contextualized the remarks of South Korean PM Moon Jae-in asserting that country’s control over any initiation of war on the peninsula, in an interview with Vox.
Professor Angela Stent discussed the possibility of areas where the United States and Russia could have productive conversations in an interview with PBS New Mexico.
Professor Anthony Clark Arend spoke to a crowd marching for understanding and healing in response to the events at Charlottesville this weekend.
Professor Jacques Berlinerblau discussed his latest book, “Campus Confidential: How College Works, or Doesn’t, for Professors, Parents, and Students,” with WNYC.
Jessica von Tesckow (MAGES’17) discussed the significance of upcoming German federal elections and life in Washington, D.C. with DW.
Ambassador Robert Gallucci urged President Trump to consider further negotiations with North Korea in an interview with the Daily Beast.
Professor Michael David-Fox discussed mechanism through which President Trump deflects queries by highlighting equivalencies and hypocrisies, linking the technique to Russia and Putin in an interview with Business Insider.
Professor Victor Cha laid out the challenges and benefits associated with sanctions in an op-ed for Korea JoongAng Daily.
Professor Ken Opalo commented on the future of Kenya under reelected President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Professor Dennis Wilder detailed the significance of China in future global relations with North Korea in an interview with Fox News.
Professor Keir Lieber discussed the significance of President Trump’s remarks on North Korea on NPR’s On Point podcast.
Professor Anthony Clark Arend considered the justifications for a preemptive strike against North Korea in the New York Times.
Professor Dennis Wilder overviewed the dynamics at play between the Trump administration and North Korea in an interview for the Cipher Brief.
Professor Christine Fair argued the judicial ouster of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is evidence of the Pakistani military’s deep hold on the government in an op-ed for Foreign Policy.
Professor Victor Cha laid out the tenets of current U.S. policy towards North Korea, including diplomatic and defense efforts, in an interview with CNN.
Professor Victor Cha compared President Trump’s warning to North Korea to the words of former President Bill Clinton on North Korea in an interview for the New York Times.
Professor Victor Cha commented on President Trump’s words of warning to North Korea in an interview with the Washington Post.
Professor Charles Kupchan argues that the United States would be making a dangerous and unproductive misstep by providing lethal weapons to Ukraine in an op-ed for the Washington Post.
Professor Colin Kahl commented on the significance of the U.S. National Security Strategy on the War on the Rocks podcast.
Professor Bruce Hoffman provided perspective on the phenomenon of lone wolf terrorism in remarks at the Washington Institute.
Professor Bruce Hoffman commented on the varying impact of targeted killings of terrorist group leaders in the Los Angeles Times.
Professor Keir Lieber debated the continued necessity of nuclear weapons on a panel for NHK.
Professor Angela Stent discussed the future of U.S.-Russian relations in the face of recent setbacks on the Power Vertical podcast.
Taro Kono (SFS’86) was named Foreign Minister of Japan as part of a reshuffle of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s cabinet.
Ann Yang (SFS’15) and Philip Wong (SFS’14) were highlighted as founders of Misfit Juicery on ABC News.
Professor Anthony Clark Arend commented on the significance of the impaneling of a grand jury in Robert Mueller’s investigation, in an interview for VOA.
Professor Shareen Joshi endorsed reforms for India’s civil service allowing for more accountability and lateral entry in an op-ed for Financial Express.
Professor Sinan Ciddi considered the future of relations between the European Union and Turkey, including accession, in an op-ed for Foreign Affairs.