Author Archives: Lola Seibert

Rajan Menon in The Guardian

Rajan Menon has a new article in The Guardian this morning. Titled, “Killing civilians is indefensible, whether done by Hamas or Israel,” the piece stresses that, under international law, combatants have a duty to limit harm to civilians. You can read it here. 

Rajan Menon in the Boston Review

Rajan Menon has a new article today in the Boston Review. Titled, “Beyond Moral Condemnation,” the piece provides some historical and political context for the recent Hamas attack on Israel and its aftermath. You can read it here. 

Stuart Gottlieb in the New York Times

Stuart Gottlieb has a letter to the editor in today’s New York Times under the headline “A Clash of Views Over the Israel-Hamas War.” In his letter, Gottlieb responds to a recent column titled “The Yom Kippur War Led to Peace. This One Can, Too.” You can read the letter here, or find it attached below if you […]

Kimberly Marten in IISS journal Survival

On September 29, Kimberly Marten had an article on the Wagner Group e-published in Survival, the policy journal of London’s International Institute for Strategic Studies. Titled “Whither Wagner? The Consequences of Prigozhin’s Mutiny and Demise,” the article addresses the uncertainty of how Russia will manage paramilitary organizations going forward. Here is the full citation: Kimberly Marten, “Whither Wagner? […]

Erica Lonergan in War on the Rocks

On September 25, Erica Lonergan had a new article in War on the Rocks titled, “Welcome to Cyber Realism: Parsing the 2023 Department of Defense Cyber Strategy.” You can read it here. 

Michael Doyle Interviewed in Bloomberg on New Book

On September 23, Michael Doyle was featured in Bloomberg discussing his new book, Cold Peace. The interview, titled “The US and China Can Achieve a Cold Peace,” takes the geopolitical temperature of relations between the US, China, and Russia, and offers some key insights on how to prevent a new Cold War. You can read or listen to the […]

Rajan Menon in The Guardian

On September 21, Rajan Menon had a new co-authored article in The Guardian. Titled “Biden’s UN speech barely mentioned Russia and China. That’s no coincidence,” the piece offers an analysis of President Biden’s globalism-heavy remarks at the 78th session of the UN General Assembly. You can read it here. 

Jack Levy is co-editor & author for new volume of Oxford Handbook of Political Psychology

On September 18, Oxford University Press published its 3rd edition of The Oxford Handbook of Political Psychology, co-edited by Saltzman affiliate Jack Levy. You can view it on the OUP website here.  The volume includes a chapter authored by Levy titled “Foreign Policy Decision-Making: The Psychological Dimension,” as well as a co-authored chapter by SIPA Dean Keren Yarhi-Milo […]

Anthony Costanzo on Saltzman Institute’s War & Peace Forum

On September 12, Anthony Costanzo had a new piece on the Saltzman Institute’s War & Peace Forum, our online platform where our undergraduate Saltzman Student Scholars can publish op-ed length articles on topics related to national and international peace and security. Anthony’s new article, titled “Risk, Reward, and Ruin: A Prospect Theory Analysis of Putin’s Gamble in […]