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Banks Talks to New York Observer About NATO, Cyberwarfare

February 25, 2022
William Banks, professor emeritus of public administration and international affairs, discusses NATO and cyberwarfare in New York Observer article.

See related: NATO, Russia, Ukraine

Taylor Talks to Washington Post, Radio Free Europe, WSYR About Putin, Russia-Ukraine Crisis

February 21, 2022
Professor Brian Taylor discusses Putin and the Russia-Ukraine crisis with Radio Free Europe, the Washington Post and WSYR.

Williams Discusses NATO Options Regarding Russia, Ukraine in AC Blog

January 28, 2022
"If Russia boosts its aggression against Ukraine, here’s what NATO could do," written by Associate Professor of Public Administration and International Affairs Michael John Williams, was published in the Atlantic Council's New Atlanticist blog. 

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Anger, Despair and Seeds of Hope

December 17, 2021

Maxwell alumni wonder whether the changes they worked for in Afghanistan will endure after the ‘heartbreaking’ U.S. withdrawal.

Herrold Piece on the Summit for Democracy Published in Foreign Policy

December 16, 2021
President Joe Biden recently held a virtual Summit for Democracy to amplify U.S. commitments to defend democracy. But what can the Biden administration realistically hope to achieve from the summit? Catherine Herrold, associate professor of public administration and international affairs, says, "A humbler approach is needed in which the United States creates a platform for dialogue about how to shift power to citizens rather than prescribing democracy templates." In their article "When Promoting Democracy, Less Is More," published in Foreign Policy, Herrold and co-author Aseem Prakash recommend three primary reforms.

See related: Foreign Policy, Government

Student Spotlight: Rachelly Buzzi Named as a 2022 Pickering Fellow

December 8, 2021
Rachelly Buzzi ’22, an international relations major, has been named a 2022 Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellow.

Osamah Khalil Weighs in on Foreign Perceptions of the US in Morning Consult

December 8, 2021
Khalil, associate professor of history and chair of international relations, is included in the Morning Consult article, "America Is Experiencing a Biden Bump Abroad, but It’s What Allies Fear That Matters Most."

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Allport's Britain at Bay Wins Historical Writers' Association 2021 Crown Award for Nonfiction

November 30, 2021
"Britain at Bay: The Epic Story of the Second World War: 1938-1941" (Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 2020), written by Professor of History Alan Allport, won the Historical Writers' Association 2021 Crown Award for nonfiction.

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