Professor Ariane Tabatabai from the Security Studies Program discusses a recent report by Iran detailing the history of its alleged efforts to develop nuclear weapons and its implications for the Iran Nuclear Deal.
Dr. Steven Radelet, Donald F. McHenry Chair in Global Human Development, and Director of the Global Human Development Program has released a new book, The Great Surge: The Ascent of the Developing World.
Amb. Melanne Verveer, Executive Director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security, discusses the “severe gendered impacts of climate change” for women in The Guardian.
Professor Bruce Hoffman spoke with NPR about the challenges that the U.S. intelligence agencies face protecting the United States from terrorism.
Professor Daniel Nexon analyzes Star Wars and political science in The Washington Post.
Professor Daniel Byman spoke with Foreign Affairs Unedited podcast about effective strategies to counter Al Qaeda and ISIS.
Professor Jonathan Brown spoke with NPR about Islamic history and how ISIS goes against both Islam’s history and theology.
Professor Ariane Tabatabai discussed Iranian cyber capability and why Iranian cyberattacks are likely to increase in the Washington Post.
Professor Bruce Hoffman analyzes the current state of Al Qaeda for The Cipher Brief.
Professor Colin Kahl, who is currently serving as Vice President Joe Biden’s National Security Advisor, discussed U.S. government refugee policy with MSNBC.
Bruce Hoffman briefly discusses the modern history of terrorism and its successes in Aeon, a digital magazine.
Professor Sinan Ciddi discusses Turkey’s moves away from a democratic government towards autocratic presidentialism in The Huffington Post.
SFS Faculty discuss the recent terrorist attacks by ISIS in Paris. This is a collection of those stories, which will continue to be updated as the situation evolves.
Contrary to popular belief, the greatest progress among the global poor in the history of the world is happening right now, says Steven Radelet, Georgetown’s Donald F. McHenry Chair of Global Human Development, in his new book.
SFS Professor Keir Lieber was featured in The Hoya for receiving a $500,000 research grant from the Carnegie Corporation to study the impact of technology on nuclear warfare.
Professor Bruce Hoffman spoke to the Washington Post about the repercussions if ISIS is responsible for the bomb which brought down a Russian plane over Sinai on October 31.
Professor Sinan Ciddi discussed the results of Turkey’s elections on a panel sponsored by the Foundation for Defense Democracies.
Professor Daniel Byman discusses the implications for the West if ISIS was responsible for bringing down a Russian airplane over Sinai on October 31 for Slate.
Professor Matthew Kroenig gives context for why the Arab Gulf States did not publicly oppose the Iran Deal if they were not in favor of the nuclear deal for the Atlantic Council blog.
Professor David Edelstein discusses the lack of benefits to advanced planning in Washington, in regards to the White House’s National Security Strategy, in Foreign Affairs.
Professor Sinan Ciddi discusses Turkey’s elections with ABC Australian Radio.
Professor Emad Shahin discusses Egypt’s current transition from a single-party system to a new system with no clear chain of command yet established in Foreign Affairs.
Professor Christine Fair debated the drone program with anti-drone critic Glenn Greenwald on Al Jazeera, and here in Lawfare she addresses the flaws and biases in his and others’ criticisms of the program.
Ambassador Barbara Bodine comments on U.S. support for Saudi Arabian airstrikes in Yemen in Politico.
Professor Sinan Ciddi, Executive Director of the Institute of Turkish Studies at Georgetown University, gave a talk at Cornell University on October 15, 2015.
Professor Daniel Byman discusses the fear that Syrian refugees settling in Europe will increase the risk of terrorism for Lawfare Blog.
Professor Marwa Daoudy comments on the religious identification of Syrians before the current crisis for Canadian news organization National Post.
Bae returned to Iraq as a writer with a medical charity after his service there as a Marine in the Iraq War. He details in Foreign Policy how each experience perpetuated a different kind of fear.
Professor Daniel Byman discusses why Washington should focus on more than just the Islamic State in The National Interest. Byman advocates focusing on containing the violence in Iraq and Syria to prevent it from spilling over into the wider Middle East.
Professor Daniel Byman discusses why U.S. Middle East strategy needs to go beyond counterterrorism in Foreign Affairs.