Ariane Tabatabai, Assistant Professor in SFS, speaks with KCRW radio in Los Angeles about Iran’s response to the recent decertification of the Iran Nuclear Deal.
In light of the new travel ban, Wael Alzayav, MSFS ’07 and adjunct professor, spoke about its implications for Muslims coming to the United States.
Professor Keir Lieber weighed in on US options for brinkmanship and military action in response to Pyongyang’s growing nuclear arsenal, on NPR’s “On Point” radio talk show.
Professor Dennis Wilder discusses the infeasibility of a decapitation operation in North Korea following their latest nuclear weapons tests on NPR.
Professor Elizabeth Ferris discussed the dynamics of post-disaster recovery on the To the Point podcast.
Professor Angela Stent considers the growing presence Russia holds in the U.S. national conscience on the Global Politico podcast.
Professor Daniel Byman discussed restrictions on the sophistication of Islamic State terror attacks in an interview with NPR.
Professor Angela Stent discussed the possibility of areas where the United States and Russia could have productive conversations in an interview with PBS New Mexico.
Professor Jacques Berlinerblau discussed his latest book, “Campus Confidential: How College Works, or Doesn’t, for Professors, Parents, and Students,” with WNYC.
Professor Keir Lieber discussed the significance of President Trump’s remarks on North Korea on NPR’s On Point podcast.
Professor Colin Kahl commented on the significance of the U.S. National Security Strategy on the War on the Rocks podcast.
Professor Angela Stent discussed the future of U.S.-Russian relations in the face of recent setbacks on the Power Vertical podcast.