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Taylor Discusses Putin, Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine with BBC News Brazil, Washington Post, WETM

February 25, 2022
Professor Brian Taylor talks to BBC News Brazil, the Washington Post and WETM about Putin and Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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.

Allport Quoted in Atlantic Piece on Role of History in Ukraine Crisis

February 10, 2022
Alan Allport, professor of history, was quoted in The Atlantic article, "Vladimir Putin Is a Product of Modernity." 

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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. 

See related: NATO, Russia, Ukraine

Williams Talks to BBC Newshour About Russian Cybercriminals

November 18, 2021
Associate Professor Michael John Williams is interviewed by BBC Newshour "Cybersecurity: wanted criminals living freely in Russia," beginning at 7:56.

See related: Data Privacy, Russia

Williams Piece on Handling of Russian Cyberattacks Published in Foreign Policy

November 11, 2021
According to Associate Professor Michael John Williams, the U.S. needs a new legal doctrine to handle state-tolerated attacks. Read more in his piece, "Make Russia Take Responsibility for Its Cybercriminals," published in Foreign Policy.

Taylor explores impact of Putin’s new constitution in Foreign Affairs

April 13, 2021
"Putin’s solution to the 2024 problem was for his own benefit, but it also was designed to reassure Russia’s political and economic elite. They were dreading a potentially treacherous succession crisis that might put their power, wealth, and freedom at risk," writes Brian Taylor, professor of political science. "Resetting Putin’s presidential clock does little for the Russian people, however."

Murrett talks to Fox News about Russia's Arctic build-up

April 8, 2021
"Russia is developing a series of weapons that are very concerning from the standpoint of the United States," says Vice Adm. Robert B. Murrett (Ret.), professor of practice of public administration and international affairs. "The Arctic is actually smaller and just a terrific shortcut whether you're in an aircraft, whether you're underneath the surface of the ocean, and also for intercontinental ballistic missiles, this goes back to the Cold War."

See related: Arctic, Russia

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