Author Archives: Ingrid Gerstmann

Séverine Autesserre Awarded the Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes académiques

On March 28, 2023, during a ceremony at Villa Albertine Headquarters on 5th Avenue, Séverine Autesserre was awarded the Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes académiques by the French Republic. The Ordre des Palmes académiques (French for “Order of Academic Palms”) is a national order bestowed by the French Republic on distinguished academics and teachers and for valuable service […]

Rajan Menon in Foreign Policy

On March 16, 2023, Rajan Menon had a new piece in Foreign Policy. Titled, “What the United States Does in Ukraine Won’t Matter in Taiwan,” the article can be found here.

Tamar Mitts Paper Accepted for Publication

In February 2023, Tamar Mitts’ paper, “Cross-Platform Reactions to the Post-January 6 Deplatforming” (co-authored with Cody Buntain, Martin Innes and Jacob Shapiro) was accepted for publication in the Journal of Quantitative Description: Digital Media. The paper investigates how the use of social media changed after large platforms such as Facebook and Twitter banned thousands of accounts in the aftermath of […]

Erica Lonergan Presents Paper at UC San Deigo Workshop

On February 24th, 2023, Erica Lonergan presented a working paper co-authored with Margaret Smith and Grace Mueller at a workshop hosted by the University of San Diego on Cyber Escalation in Conflict: Bridging Policy, Data, and Theory. The working paper, titled “Do Cyber Operations Escalate Conventional Conflict? Examining Evidence from Ukraine,” draws on an ongoing collaboration between Lonergan […]

One Year Later: SIPA/SIWPS/Harriman Experts Assess the War in Ukraine

On February 24, 2022 — one year ago — Russia invaded Ukraine. To mark this somber anniversary, SIPA asked some of its leading experts at the School of International and Public Affairs, The Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies, and the Harriman Institute to weigh in on the ensuing war, which continues today. In their comments, they draw […]