Faculty Interview: Negotiating with North Korea, Competing with China, and Another Trump-Kim Summit: A conversation with Oriana Skylar Mastro
On AEI’s Banter Podcast, Prof. Oriana S. Mastro discusses how we avoid war altogether on the Korean peninsula and how the ongoing US-China rivalry will play out.
What comes after ISIS? On Foreign Policy, Professor Dan Byman’s response considers the caliphate’s diminished influence, but the threat of jihadi terrorism remains.
Learn more about Professor Gary Shiffman, Adjunct Professor and Founder of Giant Oak.
In this week’s SSP Student Profile, we interview Rebekah Kennel, Editor-in-Chief of the Georgetown Security Studies Review.
On Brookings, Professor Dan Byman argues that the US government’s decision to not allow Hoda Muthana to return to the United States is an abrogation of U.S. leadership and discourages other countries from taking the hard steps needed to handle the
In our first SSP Student Profile, we interview Kayla O’Callaghan, Student Council President and Admissions Ambassador.
On Foreign Policy, Adjunct Assistant Professor Ilan Goldenberg argues that the 2020 Presidential winner will have to re-join the Iran Nuclear Deal, as it is the best way forward to prevent nuclear proliferation from Tehran.
In this Brookings report, Professors Byman and O’Hanlon provide their expertise and knowledge assessing what the future of Libya looks like after the most recent civil war.
On Brookings, Adjunct Professor Michael O’Hanlon argues that in the upcoming US-DPRK summit President Trump will need to ensure that North Korea halts their development of a nuclear arsenal, in exchange for a partial lifting of sanctions.
Learn more about Professor Trita Parsi, Adjunct Associate Professor and Founder of the National Iranian American Council.
On the Texas National Security Review, Prof. David M. Edelstein argues that great power competition has never gone away in the way that many had hoped in the years following the end of the Cold War. Today the United States is in
Faculty Article: The Senate and Intelligence Community Rebuked Trump on National Security This Week. Here’s Why That Matters – A Lot.
On the Washington Post, Prof. Saunders discusses the implications on last Thursday’s Senate vote on Trump’s decision to pull military forces from Afghanistan and Syria. These events reflect both the unusual nature of the Trump administration and longer-term trends in