In January 2022, Jack Snyder’s most recent book, “Human Rights for Pragmatists: Social Power in Modern TImes,” (Princeton University Press, 2022) was reviewed by John Ikenberry in the Jan/Feb Foreign Affairs. You can read it via the link Here.
In December 2022, Cynthia Roberts contributed the Foreword to a new monograph on Nuclear Strategy in the 21st Century: Continuity or Change? (NATO Defense College, December 2022). You can download a copy by following this link.
In December 2022, Tender Dorjee, political science Ph.D. candidate and last year’s inaugural Stephanie G. Neuman Fellow at the Saltzman Institute, had a new piece in the Journal of Democracy. Titled, “Breaking Han Silence,” you can read it here.
Institute affiliate Cam Silver, currently a term Assistant Professor of Political Science at Barnard College, will join CUNY next fall in a tenure track position in the Department of Political Science at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
On December 11, 2022, Stuart Gottlieb had a letter in the New York Times. Titled, “The Risks if U.S. Foreign Policy Turns Inward,” you can read it here
Peter Clement published an article in the December 2022 issue of Harriman Magazine. Titled, “Analyzing Russia, Putin, and Ukraine at the CIA and Columbia,” you can read it Here.
On December 6, 2021, Tamar Mitts was interviewed extensively about her research for an article by Nikita Lalwani in the Washington Post Monkey Cage. Titled, “Rich People Who Own Newspapers Can Shift Elections. Israel Shows How,” you can read it here.
On November 24, 2022, Stephen Sestanovich had a new piece in Foreign Policy. Titled, “It’s Time to Debunk Putin’s Existential Fallacy,” you can read it here.
On November 22, 2022, Stephen Biddle had a new piece on Ukraine in today’s War on the Rocks. Titled, “Ukraine and the Future of Offensive Maneuver,” you can read it here.
Anne Nelson was featured in a recent WNYC ON THE MEDIA podcast. Titled, “The Divided Dial: Episode 2 – From Pulpit to Politics,” you can listen here.