Professor Jonathan Brown spoke with NPR about Islamic history and how ISIS goes against both Islam’s history and theology.
Professor Sinan Ciddi discusses Turkey’s elections with ABC Australian Radio.
Professor and Director of the Center for Security Studies Bruce Hoffman speaks on NPR about Al Quaida quietly reorganizing while the world’s attention is turned toward ISIS.
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.
Professor Rochelle Davis spoke to Whyy, Philadelphia public media radio, about the Syrian refugee crisis and why Western countries should care.
Kathleen McNamara spoke with New Hampshire Public Radio about the Greek debt crisis and what it means for the Eurozone.
Professor Emad Shahin discussed Egypt’s transformation before and after Morsi’s fall on NPR in Boston.
Professor Emad Shahin discusses his death sentence in absentia by an Egyptian court with NPR.
CCAS Visiting Professor Dr. Emad Shahin speaks with NPR about progress in Egypt since the Arab Spring.
Professor Anthony Clark Arend discussed foreign policy challenges for President Obama’s 2nd Term on Voice of America.
Hannah Morris, a Master of Arts in German and European Studies (MAGES) student, developed a story for NPR based on her summer experience in Warsaw, Poland where she was interning. “Reclaiming Eastern European Jewish Identity Through Soccer” aired on “It’s…