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.
Professor Colin Kahl, former National Security Advisor to Vice President Biden and Deputy Assistant to President Obama, appeared on CBS News to discuss Trump’s recent actions in the Middle East along with their implications for broader U.S. strategies.
Professor Dennis Wilder (MSFS’79), senior fellow with the Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues at Georgetown and former special assistant to President George W. Bush, recently appeared on The ABC’s Lateline program to discuss America’s plans to confront North Korea over its nuclear weapons program.
Professor Oriano Skyler Mastro participated in a panel of experts analyzing the China-U.S. relationship in the context of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to the United States on CGTN.
Jeffrey Anderson, Director of the BMW Center for German and European Studies, appeared on a panel for the Council of Foreign Relations reflecting on the development of the European Union and the future and challenges that lie ahead.
Joel Hellman, Dean of Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, was on a panel with two other international affairs program deans discussing the academic programs they operate and the future of public diplomacy education in the United States.
Professor Cynthia Schneider addressed international concerns about Trump’s foreign policy in an interview with the Australian Broadcast Corporation.
Professor Colin Kahl provided insight on the role of the Obama administration in preparations for the Yemen raid carried out by U.S. forces in January, in an interview with PBS News Hour.
Professor Matthew Kroenig breaks down President Trump’s calls for U.S. nuclear supremacy, explaining that American dominance is a form of deterrence in the rest of the world – especially against a growing Russian nuclear arsenal.
Professors Angela Stent and Charles Kupchan spoke on the slate of options available in U.S. policy towards Russia at a Council on Foreign Relations “What to do About…” event.
Centennial Fellow Mark Lagon discusses the role of the United Nations in a variety of global issues and its relationship to U.S. national interests, especially considering the position of the Trump administration on international law.
Professor Colin Kahl, National Security Advisor to former Vice President Joe Biden, discusses the implications of the Trump administration’s alleged indifference to the deliberative processes in reference to the failed Yemen raids.
SFS Centennial Fellow Ambassador Mark Lagon appeared on Intelligence Squared to debate whether the special U.S.-Saudi relationship has outlived its usefulness.
On Tuesday, February 14, Professor Bruce Hoffman, Director of the Center for Security Studies, testified before the House Armed Services Committee on “The Evolving Threat of Terrorism and Effective Counterterrorism Strategies.”
SFS Professor Colin Kahl appeared on MSNBC to discuss recent allegations that Trump’s National Security Advisor Michael Flynn discussed the U.S. sanctions against Russia with Russian officials before the Trump Administration came into office.
Professor Colin Kahl responded to and disagreed with attempts by the Trump administration to assign planning responsibilities for the recent U.S. Special Forces raid in Yemen to the Obama administration in an interview with MSNBC.
SFS Professor Matthew Kroenig appeared on the PBS Newshour to discuss Donald Trump’s remarks concerning an increase in nuclear arms. Kroenig advocated for a strengthened U.S. nuclear arsenal.
Dr. Steven Radelet commented on the significance of progress in global development in a video by Ivy Magazine.
Professor Engy Abdelkader appeared on Fox News, to discuss the impact Islamophobia has had on acts of domestic terrorism in the United States. She debated with political correspondent Tucker Carlson, on the implications of an Islamophobic mindset.
In a recent interview on the German news channel, Die Richtigen Fragen, hosted by Ali Aslan (BSFS’96), Professor Jeffrey Anderson discussed the future of U.S. foreign policy under a Trump administration. During the interview, Anderson suggested foreign leaders “take matters into their own hands”, particularly in the security area, given the ambiguity surrounding the administration’s stance on foreign policy.
Barbara Bodine, director of the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, appeared on PBS Newshour to discuss the U.S.’s role in Yemen’s civil war and a recent possible third missile launch against American navy ships in the Red Sea.
King Abdullah II of Jordan (GLS’87) discussed the geopolitical realities of Jordan and the region surrounding it in an interview with 60 Minutes’ Scott Pelley.
Professor Erick Langer spoke with CCTV America about their interview with Brazil’s president Dilma Rousseff in late May regarding her upcoming impeachment trial.
SFS Professor Rochelle Davis discussed the reasons why migrants are fleeing their homelands for Europe with the Canadian website The Loop.