On Lawfare, analyzes what the future of the conflict in Yemen would be in case of a Saudi withdrawal.
GSSR columnist Nick Impson looks at the history of China’s nuclear weapons program and articulates what impact it might have on the future of international relations.
GSSR columnist and Prof. Laqueur’s research assistant, Benjamin Aziza, writes the GSSR’s obituary to remember the late professor.
Learn more about Paula Doyle, an adjunct professor with SSP.
The latest episode of the Security Studies Podcast features Jacob Zenn discussing his fall course, “Violent Non-State Actors in World Politics.” The podcast discusses case studies of violent non-state actors, extreme-wing violence in the USA, and the professions countering VNSAs.
Faculty Article: In the Shadow of the Thucydides Trap: International Relations Theory and the Prospects for Peace in U.S.-China Relations
In the Journal of Chinese Political Science, Professor Mastro looks at the likelihood that China and the United States will fall into the Thucydides Trap, meaning that the two countries will fight a major war during a potential power transition.
On Lawfare, Professor Byman assesses whether Syria provided a unique safe haven for the Islamic State, and if such circumstances could occur again in the future.
Prior to SSP, 2010 graduate Tom Ogden was the Operations Officer on USS MOBILE BAY (CG 53), a warship that was deployed to the Arabian Gulf and the Indian Ocean in 2008. He was accepted into the Navy’s Political-Military Affairs
The latest episode of The Security Studies Podcast features Toni Gidwani to discuss her springtime course, “Cybersecurity Strategy”. The conversation focuses on three broad topics: dynamics in cybersecurity between the government, the private sector, and the citizenry; cyber operations and
Learn more about Seamus Hughes, an adjunct professor with SSP.
Amanda Rivkin, a 2011 graduate, worked as a photographer covering politics, social issues and features for publications in the U.S. and Europe prior to beginning SSP. Highlights of this time in her life include covering Obama’s Election Night victory rally
GSSR columnist and SSP student Nick Impson discusses the latest developments of the Chinese airpower and how it has grown to become an integral part of their military posture.