Daniel Byman, Professor in the School of Foreign Service, writes for Lawfare about why the fall of the Islamic State in Raqqa could still lead to a resurgence of the group.
Angela Stent, Professor and Director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies, tells NBC about Russia’s increased role and power in the Middle East as the US reduces its role in the region.
Professor Bruce Hoffman, quoted by the Associated Press, argues that al-Qaida has been rebuilding while the U.S. focuses on ISIS.
Professors Michael Green and Matthew Kroenig argue for the U.S. to take a diplomatic approach of deterrence towards North Korea in order to denuclearize and unify the Korean Peninsula.
Angela Stent argues that Russian leaders miscalculated President Trump’s predictability when they interfered with the U.S. election.
Cristina Velasquez (SFS ’17), a current DACA protectee, speaks to the Washington Post about the need for Congress to pass a long-term bill to support undocumented childhood arrivals.
Spencer Boyer, Assistant Professor at the BMW Center for German and European Studies, spoke about Austria’s new chancellor and what his victory means for growing nationalist sentiments in Europe.
Shireen Hunter, research professor at SFS, writes for Lobe Log on why the relationship between the US and Iran is fraught with challenges.
John Esposito, professor and director of the Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, discusses the role that “A Common Word”, a document he helped launch in the US, can have on fostering inter-religious understanding.
Jacques Berlinerblau, Professor and Director of the Center for Jewish Civilization, discusses the optics of the new Museum of the Bible opening next month in Washington DC.
Michael Green, Associate Professor and Chair in Modern and Contemporary Japanese Politics and Foreign Policy, discusses the potential outcomes of the upcoming general election in Japan.
Ariane Tabatabai, Assistant Professor in SFS, speaks with KCRW radio in Los Angeles about Iran’s response to the recent decertification of the Iran Nuclear Deal.
Daniel Nexon, Associate Professor in SFS, explained to Business Insider the consequences to US foreign policy of the decertification of Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal.
Charles King, Professor and Former Chairman of the School of Foreign Service, comments on how Russia exported its own history with ethnic divides to the US to impact the 2016 election.
The New York Times reports that President Trump intends to appoint Nielsen, a current White House aide and “no-nonsense player and policy wonk,” to be the next DHS Secretary.
Oriana Skylar Mastro, Assistant Professor of Security Studies, described to ABC News how special forces from China’s People’s Liberation Army could likely secure most NK nuclear sites in the event of war.
Ambassadors Chester Crocker and Barbara Bodine comment on Trump’s latest threats to decertify the Iran nuclear deal and the threats they post to the institution of U.S. diplomacy.
The Asian Studies Program in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Evan Medeiros as the Cling Family Distinguished Fellow in U.S.-China Studies for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Steven Radelet, Director of the Global Human Development Program, stresses what’s at stake in the Liberian election and the challenges facing the new government.
Yusuke Saito (MSFS ’18) discusses why the Royal Australian Navy should use its ballistic missile defense capabilities to strengthen the Asia-Pacific region.
Marlene Nang Kham Young (SFS-Q ’13), Deputy CEO of KBZ Bank, highlighted the practices that have made KBZ Myanmar’s financial powerhouse in a special report for Forbes Asia.
Daniel Byman discusses how law enforcement personnel craft their responses to terrorists depending on their affiliation in a Foreign Affairs op-ed.
Bruce Hoffman, Director of the Center for Security Studies, argued that ISIS falsely claimed responsibility for Monday’s shooting incident in Las Vegas to remain in the spotlight.
SFS faculty offered their perspective on the October 13 decision to decertify the JCPOA for the United States, the Middle East, and the global community.
David Ralston Jr. (SFS ’76, L ’79) was honored with the John Carroll Society’s 2017 Pro Bono Legal Service Award for volunteer legal contributions to low-income individuals in the Washington, D.C. area.
MSFS alum Jeremy Konyndyk, former foreign disaster assistant chief under President Barack Obama, criticized the White House’s delayed response to Hurricane Maria’s landfall in Puerto Rico over Twitter.
In remarks at an event with the Zambia Foreign Affairs Minister, Dean Hellman addressed how global governance should be adjusted to meet African needs.
In light of the new travel ban, Wael Alzayav, MSFS ’07 and adjunct professor, spoke about its implications for Muslims coming to the United States.
Katherine Donato, Director of the Institute for the Study of International Migration, published an op-ed discussing the bipartisan support for DACA fixes and the boost Republicans could potentially receive from passing a legislative fix.
David Maxwell, Associate Director of the Center for Security Studies, compares the strength of North Korean aircrafts to the U.S. fighter escorts.