Alumnus Ben Roswell (SFS’93) is working on the civic participation app Udara, inspired by a international affairs career with the Canadian Foreign Service. He was profiled in the Canadian newspaper National Post
“For the jihadis, Spain is still very much a front-line country,” SFS Professor Bruce Hoffman told The New York Times, commenting on the terror attack in Barcelona.
Professor Matthew Kroenig contextualized the remarks of South Korean PM Moon Jae-in asserting that country’s control over any initiation of war on the peninsula, in an interview with Vox.
Ambassador Robert Gallucci urged President Trump to consider further negotiations with North Korea in an interview with the Daily Beast.
Professor Michael David-Fox discussed mechanism through which President Trump deflects queries by highlighting equivalencies and hypocrisies, linking the technique to Russia and Putin in an interview with Business Insider.
Professor Ken Opalo commented on the future of Kenya under reelected President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Professor Dennis Wilder detailed the significance of China in future global relations with North Korea in an interview with Fox News.
Professor Anthony Clark Arend considered the justifications for a preemptive strike against North Korea in the New York Times.
Professor Dennis Wilder overviewed the dynamics at play between the Trump administration and North Korea in an interview for the Cipher Brief.