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.
In the MIT Press International Security Journal Professor Oriana Mastro examines the potential of Chinese help in securing North Korea’s nuclear weapons.
Faculty Article: Conflict and Chaos on the Korean Peninsula: Can China’s Military Help Secure North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons?
In her latest paper published by MITPress, Assistant Professor Mastro discusses the likelihood of China intervening in a war in the Korean Peninsula, and if Beijing has the capability and willingness to deal safely with North Korea’s nuclear program.
On Lawfare, Professor Byman looks at the shift of power balance in Washington to predict how the US-Middle Eastern relationship can change after the midterm elections.
In the Georgetown Security Studies Review Madison Creery examines the crumbling foundations of international arms control.
In the Georgetown Security Studies Review, student reporter Olivia Letts recaps the recent SSP event, Introduction to Defense Wargaming.
For the Council of Foreign Relations, Professor Bruce Hoffman discusses how last week’s mail bombs and synagogue attack have reignited a heated discussion of hate crimes and terrorism in the United States.
On Foreign Policy, Professor Bruce Hoffman relates the concept of domestic terrorism to the recent attack to the synagogue in Pittsburgh.
On Lawfare, Professor Daniel Byman looks at the complex relationship between the Trump Administration and the State of Israel, and the comparison between this and the past US administration.