Tamara Sonn, professor at the Prince Alwaleed Bin-Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, explains the importance of the distinction that the U.S. is not at war with Islam to avoid the risk of legitimizing terrorist claims.
Dennis Wilder, senior fellow at the U.S.-China Initiative, explains that the North Korea policy review ordered by the Trump administration may not be completed quickly due to staffing challenges at the National Security Council.
Professor Abraham Newman explains the paradox that the funding that supports European far-right parties, which are often anti-EU, comes from the EU Parliament in the Monkey Cage at the Washington Post.
Professor Colin Kahl spoke on Foreign Policy’s Editor’s Roundtable Podcast, The E.R., commenting on the similarities between reality television and the Trump administration’s fixation on ‘ratings.’
Professor Colin Kahl, national security adviser to former Vice President Joe Biden, comments on the role McMaster will fill in Trump’s cabinet and the tangible measures of his successes and failures, in Buzzfeed.
Professor Victor Cha co-authored an op-ed in the Sun Sentinel outlining a policy for handling North Korea that incorporates human rights considerations.
Daniel Byman comments on the risks and costs involved in the Trump administration’s proposal to establish safe zones for civilians in Syria in the Huffington Post.
Professor Colin Kahl appeared on Foreign Policy’s E.R. podcast to help decipher the war between the Trump administration and the permanent bureaucracy.
Ned Price (SFS’05) explained his decision to leave the CIA after 10 years as a reaction against the Trump administration’s treatment of the intelligence community in an op-ed for the Washington Post.