Kahl on Trump Administration as Reality Show

Professor Colin Kahl spoke on Foreign Policy’s Editor’s Roundtable Podcast, The E.R., commenting on the similarities between reality television and the Trump administration’s fixation on ‘ratings.’

Byman questions Trump’s national security actions

Professor Daniel Byman spoke to radio station KUNC for a story about public reaction to the executive orders on immigration. Byman explains the skepticism expressed about dramatic changes in the national security system currently in place.

Kahl assesses Trump’s first week

Professor Colin Kahl appeared on Foreign Policy’s The Editor’s Roundtable to discuss the Trump administration’s first week in office.

Abdelkader on Rohingya, Human Rights in Myanmar

Engy Abdelkader, Senior Fellow with the Bridge Initiative, overviewed human rights issues raised by discrimination against the Rohingya of Myanmar in a radio interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Marc Chernick on the Obama Legacy and Colombia

Professor Marc Chernick spoke to Sputnik News on the peace accord between the FARC and Colombian authorities. He discussed what the Obama administration’s final months might look like, and how the legacy left by the administration will impact this agreement.

Dennis Wilder

Wilder warns of North Korean nuclear threat

On NPR’s All Things Considered, SFS Professor and former CIA officer Dennis Wilder spoke about the dangers posed by North Korea’s nuclear program and steps the United States should take in order to mitigate the threat.

Stent discusses U.S.-Russia tensions

Angela Stent, SFS professor and director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies, appeared as a featured guest on WBUR On Point to discuss recent Russia-U.S. tensions.

Angela Stent

Stent comments on U.S.-Russia relations and cyberwar

Angela Stent, SFS Professor and Director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies, was interviewed for an NPR story on U.S.-Russia relations and the possibility of cyberwar between the two countries.

Byman discusses terrorism on NPR

Professor Daniel Byman discussed recent attacks in New York and Minnesota on “All Things Considered,” addressing the question of when an attack should be labeled as terrorism.


Green Assesses Obama’s Legacy in the Asia-Pacific

Professor Michael Green, former senior director for Asian affairs at the National Security Council under president George W. Bush, spoke in Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy’s podcast recently to comment on future policy approaches to address regional issues in Asia. Green teamed up with Paul Haenle, director of the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, to assess the Obama administration’s legacy in the region.