Speaking to CNBC, Indian politics professor Irfan Noorudin said that the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) loss of seats in Gujarat legislative assembly elections indicated that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a lot of work to do, particularly in rural areas, ahead of the 2019 general election.
Professor Bruce Hoffman said in an interview with Newsy’s The Why about new trends in technology and terrorist radicalization, “What worries me the most is what’s the next new thing.”
In an interview with PBS NewsHour, Amb. Nancy McEldowney said, “When you look at the course of the President’s tweets, they range from being disruptive to downright dangerous.”
SFS Professor Matthew Kroenig appeared on CBSN to comment on President Trump’s National Security Strategy, which he unveiled at a speech on December 18, 2017.
Dennis Wilder, Assistant Professor of Practice in the Asian Studies Program, said on Fox News that Beijing needs to do more to contain the rogue regime in Pyongyang.
Professor Varun Sivaram spoke to PBS News Hour about the benefits of an off-grid solar system in Kenya. He argues that the system helps entrepreneurs and contributes to overall economic development.
Professor Nooruddin addresses Hindu nationalism, saying that it reflects a “tyranny of the minority of the majority.” He also discussed Prime Minister Modi’s agenda, as well as the effect of the caste system on Indian politics.
On November 21, Ambassador Nancy McEldowney appeared on CNN to discuss dissent among U.S. diplomats over Tillerson’s decision to exclude Iraq, Myanmar, and Afghanistan from a list of offenders in the use of child soldiers.
Ambassador Nancy McEldowney, former Ambassador to Bulgaria and Director of the Master of Science in Foreign Service Program, spoke with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer about the “hollowing out of the Department of State” and the negative impact this will have on diplomatic relations around the world.
Appearing on CBSN’s Red and Blue, Professor Matthew Kroenig said, “Often the point of these trips is not to get some major policy breakthrough; rather, it’s more symbolic. It shows that the United States cares about Asia.”
Professor Marc Chernick discusses peace in Colombia and the potential for conflict if the 2018 election winner does not sustain a commitment to the new peace accords.
Oriana Skylar Mastro spoke about current U.S. strategies towards North Korea on Fox News. She elaborated on her suggestions for future policy, including China’s role in foreign policy.
Professor Anthony Clark Arend spoke to a crowd marching for understanding and healing in response to the events at Charlottesville this weekend.
Jessica von Tesckow (MAGES’17) discussed the significance of upcoming German federal elections and life in Washington, D.C. with DW.
Professor Bruce Hoffman provided perspective on the phenomenon of lone wolf terrorism in remarks at the Washington Institute.
Professor Keir Lieber debated the continued necessity of nuclear weapons on a panel for NHK.
Ann Yang (SFS’15) and Philip Wong (SFS’14) were highlighted as founders of Misfit Juicery on ABC News.
The Georgetown professor warned that premature use of force against North Korea would be “nutty and irresponsible.”
Professor Angela Stent discussed the implications of a long meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin at the G-20 summit.
The Director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies and Professor of Government and Foreign Service joined CNBC to discuss a meeting between Trump and Putin in which cybersecurity and other subjects were discussed.
Professor Angela Stent detailed the tactics Vladimir Putin is known to use in meetings with world leaders as Donald Trump and Putin meet at the G20 summit, in an interview with CBS.
The professor joined CBS news to analyze the foreign policy context surrounding Trump’s visit to Europe.
Robert Gallucci joined PBS to discuss the potential diplomatic and strategic effects of President Trump’s meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
Professor Robert Gallucci discussed a meeting between Donald Trump and Moon Jae-in, along with key issues in the U.S.-South Korean relationship, including North Korea, on PBS News Hour.
Professor Irfan Nooruddin appeared on VOA News to discuss issues in the United States-India relationship, including immigration and Pakistan.
Professor Oriana Skylar Mastro spoke on major issues in the future of the relationship between the United States and China, including North Korea, in an interview with CGTN America.
Omar Noureldin (SFS’10), Vice President of the Muslim Public Affairs Council, discussed implications of the Supreme Court’s travel ban decision on CNN.
Omar Noureldin (SFS’10) of MPAC joined CNN-International to discuss the potential impacts of President Trump’s travel ban.
Professor Victor Cha appeared on CNN to explain the importance of China in the future of any sanctions against North Korea.
Professor Colin Kahl discussed President Trump’s recent position changes issues on NATO, China, Syria and Russia on MSNBC.