On January 11, 2021, Lincoln Mitchell had a new CNN column on the events of January 6, entitled, “Impeaching Trump is only the start.” You can read it here.
On January 9, 2021, SIWPS affiliates Hadas Aron and Emily Holland had a new piece on the Capitol Hill insurrection in Duck of Minerva, entitled “Trump’s Budweiser Putsch.” They argue that unlike Trump, European populists rig the system long before the election, and don’t rely on post-election mob violence. You can read it here.
On January 1, 2021, Christina Bembenek, Saltzman Institute U.S. Army War College Fellow, was promoted to the rank of Colonel, U.S.Army. A career Military Intelligence officer, COL Bembenek was also selected for brigade command, and will assume her new leadership role in the summer of 2022.
On December 29, 2020, Rajan Menon had a new piece in The Nation entitled, “Covid-19 and the Nightmare of Food Insecurity.” You can read it here.
Stuart Gottlieb has the lead letter in the December 17, 2020, NY Times Opinion section discussing the Electoral College. You can read it here.
On December 17, 2020, Erica Borghard had a new piece in Wired on the SolarWinds cyber hack, entitled, “Russia’s Hack Wasn’t Cyberwar. That Complicates US Strategy.” You can read it here.
On December 16, 2020, Lincoln Mitchell had a new CNN column out entitled, “The Extraordinary Rise of Pete Buttigieg.” You can read it here.
Former visiting scholar Dr. Shoaib Pervez, the Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Management and Technology, Pakistan, has just published a new book, “Radicalization in Pakistan: A Critical Perspective.” (Routledge: November 29, 2020). Dr. Pervez was hosted by Institute member Robert Jervis during the 2014-15 academic year. […]
On November 20, 2020, Stephen Biddle testified before the House Armed Services Committee in their hearing on “The U.S. Military Mission in Afghanistan and Implications of the Peace Process on U.S. Involvement.”
Séverine Autesserre was featured on the November 18, 2020, Peace Corners Podcast and Video, discussing her recent research, her new book, The Frontlines of Peace (forthcoming March, 2021), and her second book, Peaceland. You can listen to the podcast here, and watch the video here.