Michael Doyle’s recent book, Cold Peace: Avoiding the New Cold War, has been selected by Gideon Rachman for the Financial Times list of Best Summer Books 2023: Politics. You can read about it Here. As well, there are plans for the book to be translated by Taiwanese publisher Crystal Press Ltd. for distribution in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, […]
Kimberly Marten was on the PBS Newshour with Amna Nawaz discussing the Wagner Group and their presence in Africa. You can watch the interview Here.
Peter Clement is quoted extensively in Keith Geseen’s article in this week’s The New Yorker. You can read the article, titled, “Could Putin Lose Power,” Here.
The Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies is very pleased to announce that Dr. V. Page Fortna, the Harold Brown Professor of US Foreign and Security Policy in the Department of Political Science at Columbia University, has been selected to serve as our next Director. She will assume her new duties on 1 July 2023. […]
Kimberly Marten appeared on Deutsche Welle TV Germany discussing the Wagner group in Africa. Her interview starts at about 04:35. You can watch Here.
Kimberly Marten was interviewed by KCBS radio San Francisco, discussing the Wagner group on “What Happened this Weekend.” You can listen Here.
Kimberly Marten was featured on a Forbes podcast discussing the Wagner group and their former leader Yevgeny Prigozhin. You can listen Here.
Kimberly Marten was interviewed on NPR’s the 1A discussing the Wagner group, Vladimir Putin, and the march on Moscow. You can watch Here.
Kimberly Marten was featured on the Democracy Now Daily Show talking about the Wagner Group. You can watch it Here.
Kimberly Marten was interviewed for CBC (Canada) TV News about Saturday’s Prigozhin imbroglio. You can watch her interview Here.