“How to Tackle an Historical Problem: The Case of Henry Kissinger and the Ending of the October 1973 Arab-Israeli War”
“Asia First, Europe Second? Balance of Power Theory and Regional Prioritization in US Grand Strategy”
“Japan’s Russia Policy Under the Abe Administration: Why Tokyo Does Not Share Washington’s Threat Perception”
Institute affiliate Rajan Menon has a new article in The Nation, “Our Arms Race Is Never-Ending,” published on October 1, 2019. For the full article, click here.
Dipali Mukhopadhyay in the Washington Post: Afghanistan holds elections Saturday. Here’s what to know about its democratic process
Institute member Dipali Mukhopadhyay has a new article in The Washington Post, “Afghanistan holds elections Saturday. Here’s what to know about its democratic process,” published September 27, 2019. For the full article, click here.
Gregory Mitrovich in South China Morning Post: How China and the US can avoid going to war, as tensions rise over Xi Jinping’s naval ambitions
Institute affiliate Gregory Mitrovich has a new article in the South China Morning Post, “How China and the US can avoid going to war, as tensions rise over Xi Jinping’s naval ambitions,” published on September 21, 2019. For the full article, click here.
In a September, 11, 2019 event, Jesse Morton, a former Islamist activist and leader of Revolution Muslim who was based in New York, Mitch Silber, the former director of Intelligence Analysis at the NYPD and Adjunct Professor of International Affairs and Public Policy at SIPA and Stuart Gottlieb, Adjunct Professor of International Affairs and Public Policy at SIPA, […]
Institute member Jason Healey was featured in a report on US sanctions on three groups tied to the Korean government, aired on September 13, 2019 on The Situation Room on CNN. To see the full clip, click here.
Erica Borghard & Shawn Lonergan in Strategic Studies Quarterly: Cyber Operations as Imperfect Tools of Escalation
Institute affiliate Erica Borghard and Shawn Lonergan have an article in the Fall 2019 issue of Strategic Studies Quarterly, entitled, “Cyber Operations as Imperfect Tools of Escalation.” In the article they posit that cyber escalation has not occurred because cyber operations are poor tools of escalation, and that this stems from key characteristics of offensive […]
Jason Healey in the Council on Foreign Relations: Five Jeez, Five Security Arguments Against Huawei 5G
Jason Healey has a new blog post, “Five Jeez: Five Security Arguments Against Huawei 5G,” published on the Council on Foreign Relations website on September 4, 2019. For the full post, click here.
Lisa Anderson has joined the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies as a resident member. Anderson is James T. Shotwell Professor Emerita of International Relations; Dean Emerita of the School of International and Public Affairs; and Special Lecturer in International and Public Affairs. She is a specialist on politics in the Middle East and […]
Saltzman Institute resident Member Keren Yarhi-Milo has won the American Political Science Association’s Foreign Policy Section Book Award for “Who Fights for Reputation? The Psychology of Leaders in International Conflict,” (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2018). On August 30, 2019, she will be presented with her award and a monetary prize during APSA’s General Meeting […]
On August 2, 2019, Stephen Sestanovich had an opinion piece in the New York Times online entitled, “Is Putin Burning Out?” Sestanovich posits that the demonstrations of recent weeks may push Putin to make mistakes that test his grip on power.
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