Learn more about Dr. Kyleanne Hunter, Adjunct Assistant Professor, focusing on gender and Western militaries.
On the Newsy podcast, Professor Hoffman discusses the increasingly-complicated information age U.S. national security must navigate. The U.S. intelligence community, military, and national security apparatus face an unprecedented challenge: the modern information age.
Professor Sean McFate discusses his course, The Art of War, and new book, The New Rules of War: Victory in an Age of Durable Disorder. Professor McFate opens the episode up sharing his background and how he came to teach
Learn more about Professor Oriana Skylar Mastro, Assistant Professor and Jeane Kirkpatrick Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.
Yara Zgheib, a 2012 SSP graduate, was in her home country of Lebanon when she received a Fulbright scholarship to pursue a master’s degree in the US. With a BA in international relations and having experienced war and substate violence
The Georgetown Security Studies Review has launched the 2019 Spring Issue, which is now available for download.
On January 15th, Professor David Edelstein took part in a panel hosted by the Cato Institute on the reemergence of great power competition. The video of the event is now available online.
On Slate, Professor Dan Byman discusses how the rhetoric coming from the White House can affect public perceptions of right-wing terrorism and create a conducive environment for such attacks in the future.
On ForeignAffairs, Associate Professor Elizabeth Saunders and Dr. James H. Lebovic discuss how the lack of international trips by President Trump is placing his trade making ability at risk.
On American Thinker, Adjunct Professor Van de Velde discusses the implications of China’s business espionage and intellectual property theft on American companies and trademarks.
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.