Learn more about Prof. David E. Johnson, Adjunct Professor at SSP and Adjunct Scholar at the Modern War Institute at West Point.
Join the Walsh School of Foreign Service and the Center for Security Studies on January 28th for a discussion on the technologies that will define the battlespace of the future.
Join CSS and the Institute for the Study of International Migration on January 23 for a conversation with Matt Zeller and Janis Shanwari of No One Left Behind.
Learn more about Professor Ben Buchanan, SSP’s Director of External Education and head of the Technology and Security concentration.
On the Wall Street Journal, Professor Bruce Hoffman evaluates the consequences of the United States withdrawal from the fight against terrorism in the Middle East.
A former member of the Swedish military, Eddy Fonyódi turned his SSP education into roles in his country’s foreign and defense ministries and postings at embassies across the world.
Learn more about Professor Elizabeth Grimm Arsenault, SSP’s Director of Teaching and head of the Intelligence concentration.
Faculty Article: A New Form of Politicization? Has the CIA Become Institutionally Biased or Politicized?
On the International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence, Professor John A. Gentry looks at the present stance of the Central Intelligence Agency and its relationship with partisan politics and discusses whether the CIA has lost its independence from political rivalries.
On Foreign Affairs, Professor Oriana Skylar Mastro warns that the Chinese refusal to seek global hegemony hides their intentions to advance China’s rule in Asia. And that is no less threatening to the United States.
On Lawfare, Professor C. Christine Fair warns that violence connected to the Rohingya crisis may grow as a range of radicals are focusing on the persecuted minority.
Learn more about Professor David Edelstein, an SSP core professor and Vice Dean of Faculty in Georgetown College.
A former deck watch officer in the U.S. Coast Guard, Rachel Bayles chose to pursue a Master’s in SSP in the hopes of making the world a better place following 9/11. From her time in the program, Bayles enjoyed the