Daniel Byman, Professor in the School of Foreign Service, writes for Lawfare about why the fall of the Islamic State in Raqqa could still lead to a resurgence of the group.
Professors Michael Green and Matthew Kroenig argue for the U.S. to take a diplomatic approach of deterrence towards North Korea in order to denuclearize and unify the Korean Peninsula.
Shireen Hunter, research professor at SFS, writes for Lobe Log on why the relationship between the US and Iran is fraught with challenges.
Yusuke Saito (MSFS ’18) discusses why the Royal Australian Navy should use its ballistic missile defense capabilities to strengthen the Asia-Pacific region.
Daniel Byman discusses how law enforcement personnel craft their responses to terrorists depending on their affiliation in a Foreign Affairs op-ed.
Katherine Donato, Director of the Institute for the Study of International Migration, published an op-ed discussing the bipartisan support for DACA fixes and the boost Republicans could potentially receive from passing a legislative fix.