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.
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 […]
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 […]
On September 12, Rajan Menon published a new piece to his Substack. Titled “What changed in the India-U.S. relationship and where is it headed?,” this piece explains the increased cooperation between India and the United States since the Cold War – a cooperation that has emerged despite the authoritarian trends in India’s politics under Prime Minister Narendra Modi. […]
On September 7, Erica Lonergan had a new article in Foreign Affairs, titled “America’s Digital Achilles’ Heel: The United States’ Reliance on Sensitive Technology Leaves It Vulnerable to Attacks.” In the piece, Lonergan and her co-author Jacquelyn Schneider discuss the strengths and perils of a tech-dependent military, how other sectors have managed to advance their own digital security, […]
On September 5, Jason Healey was featured on the latest episode of Policy, Guns & Money, the podcast by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI). In the episode, Healey and ASPI’s executive director, Justin Bassi, discuss the importance of understanding the implications of cyberspace on security and society, and explain why cyber needs to be at the heart […]
On September 1, Kimberly Marten had a new piece in Russia Matters, a project launched by the Harvard Kennedy School Belfer Center. In the article, titled “Why the Wagner Group Cannot Be Easily Absorbed by the Russian Military—and What That Means for the West,” Marten discusses why she’s not convinced that the Russian Defense Ministry will actually fully […]
On August 31, Kimberly Marten was featured on the CNAS podcast Brussels Sprouts. Speaking alongside Vanda Felbab-Brown of the Brookings Institution, Marten talks about the significance of the death of Yevgeny Prigozhin and what it means for the Wagner Group going forward. The episode is titled “A Post-Prigozhin Wagner Group with Kimberly Marten and Vanda Felbab-Brown,” and […]
On August 30, Peter Clement appeared as the guest expert on Bite-Sized Business Law, the podcast by the Corporate Law Center at Fordham University School of Law. The episode, titled “Peter Clement Returns: The Death of Wagner Leader Yevgeny Prigozhin,” covers the facts surrounding Prigozhin’s death and investigates the threat he posed to Putin. The episode […]
On August 29, Kimberly Marten was interviewed on Here & Now, the radio program co-produced by NPR and WBUR Boston. The interview is titled “What does the death of Prigozhin mean for Wagner Group operations in Africa?” and is available for listening Here.