Professor Lahra Smith, Associate Professor in the African Studies Program, was interviewed by The Caravel about her research on civic education in Kenya and Ethiopia.
Professor Jeffrey Anderson comments on German President Joachim Gauck’s visit to the United States.
SFS senior Emma Iannini joined other anti-gun activists outside of the Capitol for a protest encouraging Congress to tighten background check requirements for gun purchasers, according to the Washington Post. Iannini previously appeared on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore on this issue.
World renowned French scholar and SFS Adjunct Professor Father Patrick Desbois was featured on CBS News’ 60 Minutes where he discussed his mission to discover forgotten victims of the Holocaust whose bodies lie in unmarked mass graves in the former USSR.
Professor Erik Voeten and Mathison Clore (SFS’17) analyze the words that President Obama used in his speech at the U.N. in comparison to words used by other foreign leaders in The Washington Post.
The Caravel published a profile of Professor Scott Taylor, Director of the African Studies Program.
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof mentions Professor Steven Radelet’s new book The Great Surge: The Ascent of the Developing World in his column. Professor Radelet’s book comes out in November 2015.
Melanne Verveer, Executive Director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security, discusses a new study from the institute in Foreign Policy, demonstrating that women’s involvement in negotiations after conflict creates more sustainable peace.
Professor Katherine Marshall describes the annual “pilgrimage of peace” gathering organized by the Rome-based Community of Sant’Egidio for the Huffington Post.
Professor Bruce Hoffman discusses the historical importance of the Ma’alot school massacre in Israel for CNN’s “The Seventies” series.
Professor Anthony Clark Arend speaks with Voice of America about Pope Francis’s visit to the United States.
Professor Susan Martin discusses with Irina Faskianos from the Council of Foreign Relations the two parallel trends making the refugee crisis the largest since the end of WWII.
Georgetown University College Democrats hosted a debate on the Iran Nuclear Agreement between SFS Professors Matthew Kroenig and Colin Kahl.
SFS Professor Ambassador Madeleine Albright and former British Foreign Secretary and current International Rescue Committee CEO David Miliband participated in a PBS Newshour chat on Twitter on the world’s migrant crisis.
Professor Daniel Byman analyzes the potential weaknesses of Hamas and the Palestinian Authority for the Brookings Institution’s Lawfare Blog.
Ambassador Cynthia Schneider writes about how Mali’s culture is the ‘lynchpin’ to its recovery from conflict for Devex.
Charles Kupchan talks about the European Union’s uphill battle in fighting to help refugees for the Huffington Post.
Bruce Hoffman writes about why ISIL is winning in Politico Europe.
Oriana Skylar Mastro talks about the Chinese People’s Liberation Army in 2025.
Elsa Givan, SFS’18, writes about Glenn Greenwald’s security guru Micah Lee, who was Edward Snowden’s first contact. The article was published by Salon.
Professor Rochelle Davis spoke to Whyy, Philadelphia public media radio, about the Syrian refugee crisis and why Western countries should care.
Rochelle Davis comments about the refugee crisis in the Middle East, and potential future problems, for the Washington Post.
Sydney siege inquest: Man Haron Monis a ‘radicalised terrorist’, Bruce Hoffman tells inquiry — from abc.net
Bruce Hoffman comments on Man Haron Monis for The New Daily.
Victor Cha spoke on CNN about North Korea creating its own time zone.
Kathleen McNamara spoke with New Hampshire Public Radio about the Greek debt crisis and what it means for the Eurozone.
Professor Lindsay Oldenski says students in the Landegger Program in International Business Diplomacy (IBD) give her bragging rights among her colleagues at other universities.
Raj Desai wrote about the developing world for Brookings.
Professor Charles King analyzes the decline of the field of international studies for Foreign Affairs.
Beijing is finally getting serious about climate change, Joanna Lewis writes for Foreign Policy.