Postdoctoral Fellow Rachel Salzman discusses changes to the Russia-India-China strategic triangle, as India moves away from Russia and toward the U.S. in the face of friendlier Russian-Chinese relations.
Professor Daniel Byman discusses the London terror attack on NPR, explaining that recent attacks on the west are more important to ISIS as the terror group loses ground in Iraq and Syria.
Professor Jacques Berlinerblau was interviewed for an article in the Religious News Service regarding the recent bomb threats against Jewish institutions, in which he related his reaction to a fictional example.
The Security Studies Program sponsors a class called “Hacking4Defense” that adopts Silicon Valley startup strategies and applies them to the design and implementation of military and intelligence technology. The class was featured in Forbes.
Professor Michael Green explains that despite raising some eyebrows, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson hit the right tone on his recent visit to Asia.
In an op-ed in Foreign Affairs, Professor Victor Cha writes that while China imposing a ban on coal imports from North Korea following the murder of Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of Kim Jong Un, was a good step forward, the country must do more.
Dr. Susan Douglass, Education Outreach Coordinator of Georgetown’s Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS), recently helped run workshops on teaching students about world religions through scriptural, literary, and artistic sources. These workshops were organized by CCAS and the Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler Galleries.
Professor Abraham Newman co-authored a piece for the Washington Post’s Monkey Cage blog analyzing the new ban issued by the Trump administration on laptops and other large communication devices in the cabins of airplanes from eight Muslim-majority countries. Though framed as a security measure, the ban might actually be a economic move, the article explains.
Chance Hill (SSP’10) was featured in The Colorado Statesmen as a candidate for a Congressional district-based representative position on the Colorado University Board of Regents.