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Allport reviews best books on first act of World War II in Wall Street Journal

February 2, 2021
Alan Allport, associate professor of history, selects his top five books on the harrowing first act of World War II in the Wall Street Journal.

Williams explains the value of a NATO Carrier Strike Group on Atlantic Council podcast

January 29, 2021
Michael John Williams, associate professor of public administration and international affairs, was a guest on the Atlantic Council's NATO 20/2020 podcast.

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Williams contributes Atlantic Council piece on the future of NATO

January 12, 2021
"Christen a carrier strike group," written by Associate Professor of Public Administration and International Affairs Michael John Williams, was included in the Atlantic Council's "NATO 20/2020: Twenty bold ideas to reimagine the Alliance after the 2020 U.S. election."

Lovely predicts what 2021 will bring for China in Politico

January 8, 2021
"China pushed the boundaries of acceptable international behavior during the Trump years, exploiting the absence of consistent American leadership," says Professor Mary Lovely, who was quoted in the Politico article, "China 2021: Experts make their one big prediction." 

The Old Rules No Longer Apply

June 20, 2007
How SU’s Institute for Security and Counterterrorism is partnering with one of the world’s most prestigious counterterrorism institutes to help understand and combat unprecedented threats.

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