The video recording of the April 21, 2023 event “Expert Panel: The Future of NATO,” is available now on Columbia SIPA’s Youtube channel. You can watch it here.
The video recording of the April 4, 2023 discussion of Sarah Daly’s new book, “Violent Victors: Why Bloodstained Parties Win Postwar Elections,” is available now on Columbia SIPA’s Youtube channel. You can watch it here.
On May 3, 2023, Anne Nelson moderated a panel at UNESCO’s 30th anniversary celebration of World Press Freedom Day. Some sixty journalists, UN delegates, and media development donors and experts gathered to discuss the challenges faced by displaced and exiled journalists, and how best to form a united response. You can read more about the presentation, titled, […]
On May 3, 2023, Gary Sick, along with Jonathan Alter, Kai Bird, and Stuart Eizenstat, had a new piece in The New Republic. Titled, “It’s All but Settled: The Reagan Campaign Delayed the Release of the Iranian Hostages,” you can read it here.
On May 2, 2023, Erica Lonergan published a piece in War on the Rocks, co-authored with Michael Poznansky. Titled, “Are We Asking Too Much of Cyber?” you can read it here.
On April 28, 2023, Rajan Menon had a piece with Daniel R. DePetris in The Guardian. Titled, “Can China broker peace in Ukraine? Don’t rule it out,” you can read it here.
On April 26, 2023, Boston Review published a series featuring two essays by Rajan Menon (“How to End the War in Ukraine” and “Response: Russia Cannot Be Isolated Indefinitely”) and Jack Snyder (“Response: Making Stalemate a Goal). The series can be found here.
On April 18, 2023, Lisa Anderson had a new piece in Foreign Affairs online, reviewing Steven Simon’s book, The Grand Delusion: The Rise and Fall of American Ambition in the Middle East. Her review is titled, “The Forty-Year War: How America Lost the Middle East,” and you can read it here.
On April 12, 2023, Rajan Menon had a piece in Foreign Affairs. Titled, “Ukraine’s Best Chance,” you can read it here.
On April 4, 2023, Jason Healey had an article published on the Council on Foreign Relations website, titled, “Ukrainian Cyber War Confirms the Lesson: Cyber Power Requires Soft Power.” You can read it Here.