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Buss discusses Italy-EU relations

Emily Buss (MAGES ’13) wrote an op-ed in the Hill exploring Italy’s relationship with the European Union. Buss argues that while Italy’s new government provides a serious challenge, a relationship between the two parties would benefit both sides.

Arend and Green speak on politics of North Korea summit

Professors Anthony Clark Arend and Michael Green explained the upcoming North Korea nuclear summit. Arend and Green agreed that the political considerations of the summit have been strange and many pundits may have reacted differently if the summit had occurred under President Obama.

Gallucci says Trump foreign policy decisions play well with his base

Professor Robert Gallucci spoke with the New Yorker about the G-7 meetings. Gallucci explained that while ostracizing many allies would normally be viewed as disastrous, President Trump’s base sees these decisions as rupturing the old world order in precisely the way Trump promised during his campaign.

Cha discusses North Korea on eve of summit

Victor Cha spoke with CSIS about the upcoming summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The podcast explores concessions already made by Trump and the strange nature of the summit.

Dennison named as Sacred Heart athletic director

Sacred Heart Greenwich announced that Elizabeth Dennison (SFS ’06) will be taking over as the school’s new athletic director. Dennison previously served as the head women’s rowing coach at Cornell University and competed for Georgetown’s women’s rowing squad as an undergraduate.

Nicole Bibbins Sedaca writes on North Korea, human rights

Professor Nicole Bibbins Sedaca appeared in Foreign Policy to argue for further consideration of North Korean human rights abuses. She stated that in addition to promoting denuclearization at the upcoming summit, “the U.S. team should prepare to address the country’s systemic violations of human rights.”

Kuang’s book explores Chinese history through fiction

Drawing on her personal experience as a Chinese-American, Rebecca Kuang (SFS ’18) recently published her first book, “The Poppy War.” Kuang notes that she hopes the literature will shed light on important Chinese historical events that are sometimes overlooked in the American educational system.

Ambassadors McEldowney and Bodine speak on Trump State Department

Amb. Nancy McEldowney and Amb. Barbara Bodine appeared in the Washington Post to discuss the Trump State Department. Both former Ambassadors agreed that the trend of Trump State Department officials to be overly political could damage the long-term international interests of the U.S.

Cha and Gallucci speak on North Korea

Professors Victor Cha and Robert Gallucci weighed in on the ongoing North Korea denuclearization news for NPR. According to Gallucci, the Trump administration’s call for “irreversible” denuclearization may be setting a lofty goal that is physically implausible to achieve.