Tamar Mitts has an article in the Spring 2022 volume of the Journal of Politics titled, “Studying the Impact of ISIS Propaganda Campaigns.” You can find it here.
Michael Rubin, Saltzman Staff Member and Student Scholar, is a co-recipient of the 2022 Shanley & Chamberlain Prize for his submission, “National Health Care and Presidential Conviction, Savviness, and Popularity: An Analysis of Presidential Identity and Health Care Legislative Outcomes in the United States from 1977-2020.” The prize is awarded annually to 1-3 undergraduates deemed […]
On May 4, 2022, Kimberly Marten had piece in Foreign Affairs online, analyzing Finland’s likely bid for NATO membership. Titled, “Finland’s New Frontier: Will Russia Seek to Disrupt Helsinki’s NATO Bid?,” her article discusses a range of military and economic issues, and concludes that the benefits outweigh the risks. You can read it here.
On April 28, 2022, Stephen Biddle had an essay on Ukraine in the Washington Post’s Monkey Cage titled, “Is There a Difference between ‘Offensive’ and ‘Defensive’ Weapons? In Ukraine and Beyond, Determination and Tactics Matter More than the Mix of Weapons.” You can read it here.
SIWPS Coordinator and former Saltzman Student Scholar Inbar Pe’er will depart her position on June 30 in preparation to attend Yale Law School next fall. Although we will miss her, we are all excited for her and wish her every success.
On April 21, 2022, Rumela Sen was featured on the The Alarmist, a popular comedy history podcast that scrutinizes history’s greatest disasters to figure out what went wrong and who’s to blame. Her topic was the Nepali Royal Massacre and Maoists. You can listen here.
On April 15, 2022, Erica Lonergan had a piece in Foreign Affairs Online titled, “What the War in Ukraine Reveals About State-Backed Hacking.” You can read it here.
On April 13, 2022, Rajan Menon had a piece in The Guardian titled, “Nato must help wind down this war – and stop stringing Ukraine along.” You can read it here.
Séverine Autesserre’s latest book, The Frontlines of Peace, has been shortlisted for the 2022 Conflict Research Society Book Prize. The Conflict Research Society (CRS) Book of the Year Prize honors research on conflict and peace that is contemporary, exceptional, and world leading, and which provides an invaluable contribution to the literature on conflict and peace. It is an annual prize […]
On April 7, 2022, Stuart Gottlieb had an opinion piece in The New York Times titled, “What is Putin Really After in Ukraine.” You can read it here.