On October 21, 2020, Anne Nelson was interviewed by Bill Moyers on his podcast Moyers on Democracy, on the very timely substance of her recent book, “The Shadow Network.” You can listen to it here.
On October 16, 2020, Tamar Mitts was interviewed by Bloomberg TV for their show, ‘Bloomberg Markets: The Close,’ on misinformation and extremism on social media platforms. You can watch it here (starting around 1:41:30).
Institute Director Keren Yarhi-Milo has won the Biennial Best Foreign Policy Book Award from the International Studies Association for Who Fights for Reputation: The Psychology of Leaders in International Conflict (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2018). The award will be presented at the 2021 ISA Annual Convention. The committee stated that “Yarhi-Milo’s book considers a long-debated question […]
Published on October 5, 2020, Lincoln Mitchell’s new column in CNN Opinion, “The one thing Trump’s Covid infection won’t change,” is available here.
Peter Clement has won SIPA’s 2019-20 Outstanding Teaching Award, large course category, for his distinguished teaching in Contemporary Russian Security Policy and Intelligence and US Foreign Policy.
Anne Nelson was recently interviewed on the Chris Voss Show Podcast about her new book, “Shadow Network: Media, Money and the the Secret Hub of the Radical Right.” You can listen to the interview here.
Dipali Mukhopadhyay’s Spring 2020 “Unconventional Warriors” course has won one of SIPA’s prestigious top 5 teaching awards for academic year 2019-2020.
Stuart Gottlieb’s Fall 2019 American Foreign Policy course has won one of SIPA’s prestigious top 5 teaching awards for academic year 2019-2020.
Stuart Gottlieb has a new opinion piece in The Hill, entitled, “The Media’s Misleading Use of Covid-19 Data,” published September 23, 2020. Click here to read the full article.
Sarah Daly has a new analysis piece on The Washington Post’s, Monkey Cage blog, published September 23, 2020. Entitled, “Trump is running for reelection as a ‘strongman,’ promising protection anarchy. That might not work,” the full article can be read here.