Professor Colin Kahl argues that President Trump’s desire for a renegotiated Iran deal will not produce better outcomes for the U.S.
Professor Michael Green argues that President Trump’s rhetorical approach in his UN speech failed to make any actual change in U.S. diplomacy.
MAAS alum Robert Keller shares his experiences as AMIDEAST Palestine Country Director.
Professor Ariane M. Tabatabai discussed the significance of President Trump’s UN speech in relation to the Iran nuclear deal.
Professor Dan Byman argues in Foreign Affairs that the best option for the United States is to maintain a residual counterterrorism force in Afghanistan, but not re-escalating, as the Trump administration announced it plans to do in August.
After prolonged protests, Georgetown students led by SFS student Sonia Adjroud pressured Nike to sign Georgetown’s Code of Conduct, a document which requires Nike to uphold fair labor practices.
SFS alum Roger Cochetti, who served on the State Department’s Advisory Committee on International Communications and Information Policy during the Bush and Obama administrations, discusses potential changes to federal legislation regarding the liability of major internet companies.
Briana Mawby, the Hillary Rodham Clinton Research Fellow at the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security (GIWPS), writes that while disasters often disproportionately affect women due to unequal access to resources, women must also be key players in disaster recovery efforts.
In the finale of a two-part post for the Brookings Lawfare blog, Professor Dan Byman makes a case against continued U.S. involvement in Afghanistan. In part two, he argues that for diplomatic, financial, and military reasons, Afghanistan will be a failed venture for the U.S.
Professor Dan Byman makes a case for continued U.S. involvement in Afghanistan in a two-part post for the Brookings Lawfare blog. In part 1, he argues that the U.S. has a chance of success if leaders limit U.S. objectives regarding terrorism and the Taliban.
Professor Oriana Skylar Mastro examined new developments in China’s thinking towards the Kim Jong-un regime and nuclear security.
Professor Bruce Hoffman discusses “another 9/11” and the growing security challenge facing the U.S. and its allies from Al Qaeda, which has been rebuilding after ceding its spotlight to ISIS, in the Wall Street Journal.
Professor Jenny Guardado discusses her new research assessing the impact of regional colonial governance on long-run development in Peru.
Professor Victor Cha discusses gender discrimination at panels and conferences on South Korea, despite the growing number of female academics and foreign policy professionals studying Korea on both sides of the Pacific.
Professor Mark R. Jacobson discussed the role of major technology companies in controlling extremist content in an op-ed for The Hill.
Rebecca Turkington, Program Manager at the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security (GIWPS), argues that a trailing American commitment to female leadership in foreign policy has led to falling numbers of women holding top posts in Washington embassies.
Professor Michael Green discusses potential elements of a North Korea strategy for the Trump administration, explaining that the current strategy is counterproductive in Foreign Policy.
Professor Oriana Skylar Mastro laid out the tenets of Chinese strategy underwriting its involvement in a border dispute in the Doklam region, in an op-ed for War on the Rocks.
Professor Michael Green highlighted the continuity between Trump’s aggressive stance on North Korea and the rhetoric of previous presidents in an op-ed for Korea JoongAng Daily.
Professor Angela Stent considered the possibility of change in the U.S.-Russia relationship in an op-ed for the National Interest.
Professor Victor Cha laid out the challenges and benefits associated with sanctions in an op-ed for Korea JoongAng Daily.
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 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 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.
Professor Angela Stent outlined potential drawbacks of Congressionally-imposed sanctions on Russia in an op-ed for the National Interest.
Ambassador Mellanne Verveer detailed the mutually positive effects of a private sector social enterprise investment project by Kate Spade in Rwanda for investors and women hired by the company, in an op-ed for the Council on Foreign Relations.
Byman wrote about the Islamic State and the multifaceted threat it poses to the Middle East.
Professor Ariane Tabatabai challenged proponents of U.S.-led regime change in Iran with an analysis of the problems any such effort would entail in an op-ed for Foreign Affairs.
Professor Araine Tabatabai laid out the reasoning behind Iran’s increasingly self-reliant attitude as the Trump administration builds uncertainty around the future of the Iran nuclear deal, in an op-ed for Lawfare.