Below is a selection of faculty mentions in the media.
Alex Downes explains why regime change doesn't work in the Boston Review.
David Alan Grier Voted 2012 President-Elect, IEEE Computer Society
Marcus King says scientists trying to better describe the effects of climate change could draw lessons from the defense community's approach to uncertainty, in Climatic Change.
Mike Mochizuki rethinks U.S. military base plans for Japan, with Michael O'Hanlon, for CNN's Global Public Square.
Harris Mylonas explores the question of whether Greece's leaders are being reckless or bold, in a CNN.com opinion piece co-authored with Thomas Meaney.
A Deep Well of Discontent, by Jerrold M. Post, The New York Times' Room for Debate blog, 10/18.
Saving Shalit, Encouraging Terror, by Walter Reich, The New York Times, 10/18.
In a Council on Foreign Relations Working Paper, Paul Williams argues that the African Union suffers from a persistent capabilities-expectations gap in its conflict management policies.
PONARS Eurasia – New Initiative On U.S.-Russia Relations Releases First Joint Study, mention of report issued at PONARS Eurasia event, 10.15.11, Carnegie Corporation of New York.