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.
Professor Sarah Stewart Johnson discussed the accuracy of the events portrayed in the film “The Martian,” and future possibilities for human life on Mars, in an interview on CUNY TV.
Professor Joanna Lewis comments to CCTV America on the many more reactors China is building today that are powered by renewable resources than the country did in the past.
Professor Victor Cha weighed in on CNN about the risks surrounding North Korea’s missile program and the dangerous behavior of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. “There may be an accident, there may be a miscalculation,” Cha said.
Professor Matthew Kroenig discusses the recent Panama Papers leak, especially in relation to security policy and the upcoming U.S. presidential election on Rudaw, a Kurdish Media Network.
Former Ambassador to Yemen Barbara Bodine, Professor and Director of the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, discusses the progress made by the Saudi-led coalition in the civil war in Yemen in the UAE’s The National.
Professor Irfan Nooruddin explains that the main objective of the Nuclear Security Summit is ensuring non-state actors cannot get access to nuclear supplies on CNBC.
Professor Daniel Byman testified in a recent House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa hearing, discussing Hezbollah’s growing threat against U.S. national security interests in the Middle East.
Sinan Ciddi, Professor and Director of the Institute for Turkish Studies, discusses whether or not the West is too soft on the Kurdistan’s Worker’s Party (KKP) in light of recent KKP attacks against civilians in Turkey on Al Jazeera.
Professor Christine Fair discusses the ethics behind drone missions, PTSD in drone pilots, and how the U.S. is working to make up for the military drone pilot shortage on CCTV-America.
SFS Professor Victor Cha was interviewed by VICE News about North Korea’s nuclear threats, their uneasy alliance with China and the state of the Kim regime.
Professor Anthony Clark Arend was interviewed by CCTV America about what’s next for Mexican drug lord “El Chapo Guzman” now that he has been captured.
Professor Colin Kahl, who is currently serving as Vice President Joe Biden’s National Security Advisor, discussed U.S. government refugee policy with MSNBC.
Professor Sinan Ciddi discussed the results of Turkey’s elections on a panel sponsored by the Foundation for Defense Democracies.
Professor Sinan Ciddi, Executive Director of the Institute of Turkish Studies at Georgetown University, gave a talk at Cornell University on October 15, 2015.
World renowned French scholar and SFS Adjunct Professor Father Patrick Desbois was featured on CBS News’ 60 Minutes where he discussed his mission to discover forgotten victims of the Holocaust whose bodies lie in unmarked mass graves in the former USSR.
Professor Bruce Hoffman discusses the historical importance of the Ma’alot school massacre in Israel for CNN’s “The Seventies” series.
Victor Cha spoke on CNN about North Korea creating its own time zone.
Emma Iannini, SFS’16, was featured on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore where she discussed the issue of guns on campuses. Iannini founded the student organization Georgetown Against Gun Violence.