Professor Keir Lieber weighed in on US options for brinkmanship and military action in response to Pyongyang’s growing nuclear arsenal, on NPR’s “On Point” radio talk show.
Professor Dennis Wilder discusses the infeasibility of a decapitation operation in North Korea following their latest nuclear weapons tests on NPR.
Professor Elizabeth Ferris discussed the dynamics of post-disaster recovery on the To the Point podcast.
Professor Angela Stent considers the growing presence Russia holds in the U.S. national conscience on the Global Politico podcast.
Professor Daniel Byman discussed restrictions on the sophistication of Islamic State terror attacks in an interview with NPR.
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 Jacques Berlinerblau discussed his latest book, “Campus Confidential: How College Works, or Doesn’t, for Professors, Parents, and Students,” with WNYC.
Professor Keir Lieber discussed the significance of President Trump’s remarks on North Korea on NPR’s On Point podcast.
Professor Colin Kahl commented on the significance of the U.S. National Security Strategy on the War on the Rocks podcast.
Professor Angela Stent discussed the future of U.S.-Russian relations in the face of recent setbacks on the Power Vertical podcast.
Professor Jacques Berlinerblau discussed his book “Campus Confidential: How College Works, Or Doesn’t, for Professors, Parents, and Students” with The Source, a San Antonio radio program.
The senior fellow at the Berkley Centre for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and professor of the practice of development, conflict, and religion joined the Religion and Ethics Report to discuss the role of religion in today’s refugee crisis.
Professor Berlinerblau joined The Jefferson Exchange to discuss the issues facing faculty of higher education today.
SFS Professor Keir Lieber joined “Truth, Politics and Power” to discuss how technological advancements place the US nuclear arsenal at risk.
Professor Kupchan joined the program to discuss the effects of Trump’s “America First” foreign policy, including potential repercussions.
Joanna Lewis appeared on The Takeaway radio show to discuss the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement.
SFS Professor Lahra Smith was interviewed on Ufahamu Africa podcast about refugees and migrants in the Horn of Africa.
Professor Colin Kahl discussed the dynamics of the Trump administration’s meetings with foreign leaders on FP’s Shadow State podcast.
Adjunct professor Kamir Sadjadpour considered the interests defining the relationship between Russia and Iran, and the relevance of that relationship to the United States, on NPR.
Dean Joel Hellman overviewed development challenges in post-conflict environments and potential options to rethink that development in an interview with the American Security Project.
Professor Daniel Byman discusses the London terror attack on NPR, explaining that recent attacks on the west are more important to ISIS as the terror group loses ground in Iraq and Syria.
Professor Elizabeth Arsenault’s participated in discussion of her recent book “How the Gloves Came Off” with the Global Dispatches Podcast.
Professor Charles Kupchan discussed key areas of disagreement between Donald Trump and Angela Merkel on the podcast To the Point.
Professor Colin Kahl went on Foreign Policy’s The E.R. podcast to discuss U.S. trade and economic policy, exploring China’s relationship with the U.S. in the age of Trump and implications for the broader geopolitical landscape.
Professor Colin Kahl overviewed the future of U.S. involvement in Syria in Foreign Policy’s “The E.R.” podcast.
Professors Jeffrey Anderson and Charles Kupchan commented on German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s visit to Washington in a Marketplace podcast.
Professor Victor Cha spoke on NPR about North Korea’s newest nuclear missile testing and what to expect going forward.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, a professor in the SFS, appeared on David Axelrod’s podcast “The Axe Files,” charging that President Donald Trump has weakened national security and endangered US troops with actions that are “un-American, anti-American and very dangerous.”
Professor Victor Cha discusses the global repercussions of the deadly nerve gas attack on Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korea’s dictator, including its effects on U.S.-North Korean dialogue, on NPR.
Sarah Margon, Washington director of Human Rights Watch, appeared on NPR to discuss the potential shift in the strategy to fight ISIS. Margon, who was recently in Mosul, expressed her concern about expanding U.S. rules of engagement.