In the News – 2007
Dr. Peter Hotez was interviewed for "Why a Market-Driven Vaccine Plan Faces Big Obstacles" by The Wall Street Journal on Dec. 31.
Amb. Inderfurth was interviewed for "Bhutto Attack Probably a Taliban Plot, Ministry Says" by Bloomberg on Dec. 28.
Nathan Brown was interviewed for "GOP Leader Calls for Revisions to Fatah Movement's Outdated Charter" by the Forward on Dec. 26.
Peter Hotez was interviewed for "Worms
infect more poor Americans than thought" by Reuters on Dec. 25.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed for "Ethiopia Marks Yearlong Occupation in Somalia" by VOA on Dec. 24.
Amb. Inderfurth published "Washington's phobia of global treaties" in The Christian Science Monitor on Dec. 24.
Leo Ribuffo was interviewed for "Politicians fail History 101" by the St. Petersburg Times on Dec. 21.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed for "Military Buildup Heightens Ethiopia-Eritrea Border Tensions in 2007" by VOA on Dec. 17.
Henry Hale was mentioned in "Americans Imagine a World without Putin" by the Russian daily, Kommersant, on Dec. 13.
Chris Kojm published "Here's the surge Iraq needs" in The Christian Science Monitor on Dec. 13.
Taras Kuzio published "Counterpoint to the counterfactual: another view of Yushchenko's legacy" in the Kyiv Post on Dec. 12.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed by VOA's Chinese service on China's role in pressuring Sudan on the Darfur crisis on Dec. 12.
Peter Rollberg was interviewed about a film he introduced at the Goethe-Institut by Express on Dec. 10.
Nora Lustig was interviewed for "Mass Firings at a University in Mexico Could Disrupt Its U.S. Ties" by the Chronicle of Higher Education on Dec. 6.
Susan Aaronson discussed her new book with The Carnegie Council's Policy Innovations in "Trade Policy for Humanity" on Dec. 4.
Deepa Ollapally was interviewed about Pakistan's political crisis on Voice of America's TV program "Issues and Opinions" on Dec. 4.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed for "Rice's visit to Ethiopia puts focus on ally accused of human rights abuses" by McClatchy Newspapers on Dec. 4.
David Shambaugh published "The 'China honeymoon' is over" in the International Herald Tribune on Nov. 26.
Amb. Inderfurth co-wrote "A U.S.-Indian partnership against nukes" in the International Herald Tribune on Nov. 26.
Leo Ribuffo was interviewed for "Mideast Conference Holds Risks for Bush" by the AP on Nov. 24.
Amb. Moose became a member of the board of directors of United States Institute of Peace.
Marc Lynch was quoted in "Fears grow of post-'surge' woes" by Asia Times on Nov. 22.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed on the new Somali prime minister by VOA radio on Nov. 22 and by Radio France Internationale on Nov. 21.
India Abroad profiled Deepa Ollapally and the Sigur Center's new India Initiative on Nov. 19.
Deepa Ollapally was interviewed about Pakistan and nuclear weapons security on The Diane Rehm Show on Nov. 19.
Amb. Inderfurth co-wrote "A rare, stable partnership" in the Baltimore Sun on Nov. 18.
John Logsdon was interviewed for "Ambitions propel Asian nations into space" by the LA Times on Nov. 17.
Amitai Etzioni published "Plan Z for Iraq" in the Nov./Dec. issue of The National Interest.
Marc Lynch's blog Abu Aardvark was quoted in "US-Iraq: What Does the 'Good News' Really Mean?" by Inter Press Service News Agency on Nov. 14.
Elliott School student Huixia Sun published "Pyongyang: A Green and Empty City Focused on the Past" in Embassy Magazine on Nov. 14.
Amb. Inderfurth was interviewed for "Former US Diplomat Warns Pakistan at 'Tipping Point'" by Voice of America on Nov. 12.
David Shambaugh was quoted in "Chinese Muckraking a High-Stakes Gamble" in The Washington Post on Nov. 12.
Amb. Gnehm was interviewed about the State Department's mission in Iraq on the Diane Rehm Show on Nov. 8.
David Shambaugh published "China's 17th Party Congress: Maintaining Delicate Balances" on The Brookings Institution's website on Nov. 8.
Elliott School student Huixia Sun published "Older Chinese Visitors Say North Korea Reminded Them of Their Maoist Youth" in Embassy Magazine on Nov. 7.
Leon Fuerth was interviewed for "Climate change seen threatening national security" by Reuters UK on Nov. 6.
Amb. Inderfurth was interviewed for "Why U.S. sticks by Musharraf" by The Christian Science Monitor on Nov. 6.
The Sigur Center has released its latest edition of The Asian Connection (fall 2007, issue 2), viewable in PDF format.
Chris Kojm was interviewed for "Analysis: The Iraqi 'frying pan,' Israeli-Palestinian 'fire' " by the Middle East Times on Oct. 29.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed for "UN Move on Eritrea-Ethiopia Border Issue Raises Fears of Stalemate Collapse" by Voice of America on Oct. 26. Shinn also published "Somalia: Welcome to Baghdad?" for the Oct.-Dec. 2007 issue of BBC's Focus on Africa.
Amb. Inderfurth co-wrote "Breaking More Naan with Delhi" with Bruce Riedel in the Nov./Dec. issue of The National Interest.
The Elliott School launched the Institute for International Economic Policy on Oct. 25.
Henry Hertzfeld, who had a recent letter to the editor in the WSJ, was interviewed about space law on the Wall Street Journal's Law Blog Q&A on Oct. 25.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed on the Ethiopia-Eritrea border dispute by Voice of America on Oct. 25.
Marc Lynch was interviewed for "Remember Iraq" by The New York Times on Oct. 24.
Adina Friedman's role as facilitator of the Middle East Peace Group was discussed in The GW Hatchet on Oct. 22.
Henry R. Nau was interviewed for "Pelosi's judgment questioned over Armenia issue" by Reuters on Oct. 21.
James Hershberg was interviewed on the 45th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis by BBC World News.
Alison Brooks was interviewed on archeological findings in a South African cave in Science magazine on Oct. 19 and in an AP story on Oct. 18.
The Elliott School launched the Institute for Middle East Studies on Oct. 16.
Amitai Etzioni was discussed at length in "No military solution" by the Guardian's "Comment is free" column on Oct. 16.
Harry Harding was quoted in "Who to be Excluded" by The Korea Times on Oct. 14.
Marc Lynch was interviewed for "In Egypt, A Son Is Readied for Succession" by The Washington Post on Oct. 11.
Sarah Walker published an essay for Chris Kojm's
op-ed writing class as "I'm an illegal
recycler" in the Alexandria Times on Oct. 11.
Allida Black was interviewed for "First ladies often involved in husband's foreign policy" by USA Today on Oct. 9.
Amb. Shinn published "Preventing a Water War in the Nile Basin" in the winter 2007 issue of Diplomatic Courier.
Steven Livingston's When the Press Fails (2007) was reviewed in several news outlets, including The New York Review of Books.
Harry Harding was interviewed for "Bush to attend Dalai Lama ceremony" by the LA Times on Oct. 12.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed by the BBC World TV News on the Sudan People's Liberation Movement's decision to pull out of Sudan's national government on Oct. 11.
Leon Fuerth was interviewed for "Is this what the world's coming to?" by Nature Reports on Oct. 7.
Harry Harding was interviewed for "US diplomacy takes high road through Beijing" by AFP on Oct. 7.
Cynthia McClintock was interviewed for "Living in Exile Isn't What It Used to Be" by The New York Times on Oct. 7.
Amitai Etzioni published "Small lies, big lies, and the Israeli lobby" in The Huffington Post on Oct. 4.
John Logsdon was interviewed for "Launch of Sputnik 50
Years Ago Began Superpower Space Race" by VOA News on Oct. 4.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed for "Ethiopia
Pledges 5,000 Troops for Darfur Peacekeeping" by VOA News on Oct. 4.
Taras Kuzio was interviewed on Ukraine for a number of publications, including the AP, Bloomberg and Forbes.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed by Aljazeera English on the attack on the African Union peacekeeping force in Sudan on Sept. 30.
Walter Reich was interviewed for "An Unwelcome Invitation" by US News & World Report on Sept. 29.
Susan Aaronson was interviewed for "Plenty of blame to go around" by the Economist on Sept. 27.
John Logsdon was interviewed for "New Horizons Beckon, Inspiring Vision if Not Certainty" by The New York Times on Sept. 25.
Walter Reich published "No Place for That Photo-Op" in The Washington Post on Sept. 23.
Ronald Spector published "Iraq, Vietnam: Flaws seen in progress then as now" in Newsday on Sept. 23.
Daqing Yang was interviewed on Japan's next prime minister by Australian Broadcasting Corporation on Sept 23.
Taras Kuzio published "Regions prove they cannot
change" in the Kyiv Post on Sept. 19.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed for "Former US Ambassador Favors Arab Troops in UN Somali Peacekeeping Force" by VOA on Sept. 17.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed by Reuters for "Mogadishu curfew lifted for Ramadan" on Sept. 13.
Mark Lynch published "Sunni World" in The American Prospect on Sept. 13
Judith Yaphe published "After the Iraq progress report, what can the US do?" in The Daily Star (Lebanon) on Sept. 12.
Nathan Brown was profiled in "Professor challenges government testimony in Holy Land trial" by The Dallas Morning News on Sept. 10.
Jerrold Post was interviewed for "Candidates Share a Tragic History" by the AP on Sept. 8.
Collin Stevenson ('09) was one of 39 American students selected as a Foundation for the Defense of Democracies' Undergraduate Fellow on Terrorism, The Herald (WA) reports.
John Miller was mentioned in "City as Predator" in The New York Times on September 4.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed for "18,000 Flee Mogadishu in August, 50,000 since June" by Voice of America on September 3.
Kristin Lord's book The Perils of Global Transparency was reviewed in the Sept. 2007 issue of Perspectives on Politics.
Bernard Wood was interviewed for "A New Body of Evidence Fleshes Out Homo erectus" in Science magazine's Sept. 2007 issue.
Harry Harding was named to the board of governors of the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore.
Bernard Wood was interviewed for "Lucy's Ancient Bones Visit Houston Museum as Scientists Fret" by Bloomberg on August 31.
Harvey Feigenbaum was interviewed by Radio Sweden on US-French relations on August 30.
Amy Shaw (BA '97) and her husband Jae were interviewed about their business Greenjeans on CBS' Early Show. (watch the video)
Henry Farrell was interviewed for "Looking for Patterns in Political Blogs" by U.S. News on August 24.
Christina Madden (BA '06) published "China's eco-entrepreneurs step up" in the Asia Times on August 23.
Bernard Wood was interviewed for "World's Oldest Hominid Now World's Oldest Tourist" by NPR on August 23.
Marc Lynch's blog Abu Aardvark was quoted in "Iraqi governor killed as inter-Shiite competition appears to spread" by The Christian Science Monitor on August 21.
John Logsdon was interviewed for "Shuttle damage tested new NASA procedures" in the International Herald Tribune on August 20.
Taras Kuzio published "Yanukovych and gas price capping" in the Kyiv Post on August 15.
John Logsdon was interviewed for "Foam dogged NASA shuttles from the start" in the Houston Chronicle on August 14.
Walter Reich published "What could make a dedicated Holocaust scholar, cry?" in the LA Times on August 11.
Amb. Inderfurth published "Running out of time, patience in Afghanistan" in The Boston Globe on August 8.
Bernard Wood was quoted in "New research on fossils challenges standard evolution theory" in the Kansas City Star on August 8.
David Shambaugh was quoted in "The long march to be a superpower" by the Economist on August 2.
Marc Lynch was interviewed on NPR's The World about the Sunni bloc's withdrawal on August 1.
David Shambaugh was quoted in the AP's "China's military marks 80th anniversary, amid concern" on July 31.
Ronald Spector spoke about his book Ruins of Empire at the Columbus Public Library on July 31.
Amb. Shinn was quoted in "The
Big Play for Africa" in U.S. News on July 29.
John Miller published "Race has no place in Seattle schools" in The Seattle Times on July 24.
Karl Inderfurth was quoted in "America's Pakistan dilemma" by The Christian Science Monitor on July 23.
Amitai Etzioni published "Support the AK!" in The Huffington Post on July 20.
Gary Anderson was interviewed for "Exit Strategies" in The Washington Post on July 17.
Marc Lynch was interviewed by NPR's Day to Day program for "Al-Qaida, Nationalist Insurgents Differ in Strategy" on July 12.
Amitai Etzioni published "Dear Al: Stop Being Coy" in the The Huffington Post on July 11.
Nathan Brown was profiled in "Brown: Hamas, Fatah Likely to Reconcile Eventually" by the CFR on July 11.
Jennifer Brinkerhoff chaired a session at the Global Forum on Migration and Development on July 9 in Brussels.
David Shambaugh published "Let a Thousand
Democracies Bloom" in the International Herald Tribune on July 6.
James Lebovic was extensively interviewed for the Spring 2007 issue of Focus on Law Studies.
Amb. Gnehm was quoted in Gallup News Service's "Britons Unthreatened By Those With Different Religious Beliefs" on July 5.
Nathan Brown published "Democracy works—only very slowly" in the International Herald Tribune on July 4.
Henry Hale and Emmanuel Teitelbaum were both awarded prizes by the American Political Science Association.
Taras Kuzio co-wrote "In Ukraine, Four Steps to Democracy" with F. Stephen Larrabee in The Washington Post on June 28.
Elliott School alumnus Jim Quigley was appointed chairman of Merrill Lynch International.
Mike Mochizuki will be a discussant on the panel "Historical Memories and the Resurgence of Nationalism in Asia: Paths to Reconciliation, " on June 22 at the University of California Washington Center.
Deborah Avant was interviewed for "Katrina
Contracts Worth $2.4 Billion Offer Profit Guarantees" by the Center
for Public Integrity on June 21.
David Shambaugh was quoted in "Not easy sleeping with a friend like China" by The Statesman on June 20.
Nathan Brown published "The Peace Process Has No Clothes" in the Carnegie Endowment's newsletter on June 19.
Amb. Shinn was mentioned in "Somalia Needs Power-Sharing" by USINFO on June 19.
Amitai Etzioni published "Syria's Poison Pill" in The Huffington Post on June 18.
John Logsdon spoke on a panel about the new European space policy at The Center for Strategic and International Studies on June 15.
Walter Reich was interviewed for "'Been There?' Sometimes That Isn't the Point" by The New York Times on June 12.
Amitai Etzioni published "A Less Perfect Union" in the May/June 2007 issue of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.
Henry Hertzfeld was interviewed for "Feet on the ground: Europe's space policy" by flightglobal.com on June 12.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed by BBC Network Africa radio about Somalia on June 6.
David Grier published "Enrichment Via Information" as part of BusinessWeek's Debate Room on "Google Is Making You Dumber" on May 31.
Steven Livingston discussed his new book When the Press Fails: Political Power and the News Media from Iraq to Katrina with coauthors W. Lance Bennett and Regina G. Lawrence in Press Think on May 31.
Gordon Adams was interviewed on Focus 580 with David Inge on "American National Security Policy: Do We Rely Too Much on the Military?" on May 31.
Bernard Wood was interviewed for "Orangutans Show First Walking May Have Been on Trees" by Scientific American on May 31.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed on the situation in Ethiopia's Ogaden region by Radio France Internationale (English) on May 30.
David Shambaugh delivered the RSIS Distinguished Public Lecture in Singapore on May 30.
Gordon Adams published "Straightening out U.S. foreign aid programs" in The Bulletin Online on May 29.
Deborah Avant published "NGOs, Corporations and Security Transformations in Africa" in volume 21, number 2 (2007) of International Relations.
Walter Reich published "King Herod's return" in the LA Times on May 30.
David Shambaugh published "Decent policy, needs work" in the International Herald Tribune on May 29.
Amb. Inderfurth published "Losing the 'other war' in Afghanistan?" in the International Herald Tribune on May 29.
Deepa Ollapally was interviewed for "Bangladeshis battle a deportation" by the St. Petersburg Times on May 27.
Taras Kuzio published "New elections for Ukraine" in The Washington Times on May 27.
Marc Lynch appeared on NPR's On the Media to discuss the Arabic language TV station al-Hurra, which he also mentioned on his blog.
Nathan Brown was a guest on Minnesota Public Radio's program to discuss Iraq on May 21.
Inder Sud published "The prime World Bank issue is reforming board's procedures" as a letter to the editor in Financial Times on May 19.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed for "Appointment of Special U.S. Envoy to Somalia Brings Mixed Reactions" by the Minnesota Monitor on May 18.
John Miller was mentioned by Nicholas Kristof's "The President and Wolfowitz" in the New York Times on May 17.
Henry Nau has been selected as the first recipient of the Harry Harding Teaching Prize at the Elliott School.
Allida Black addressed The Dutchess Democratic Women's Caucus on May 12.
Roy Richard Grinker will respond to questions and comments about autism on The Chronicle of Higher Education's website on May 10 at 12 noon.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed by VOA's Africa Journal program on Africa-China relations on May 10.
Henry Farrell was quoted in "Fighting from the left" by the Guardian on May 7.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed by VOA on crises in the Horn of Africa on May 2.
James Goldgeier was interviewed for "Bush Leverage With Russia, Iran, China Falls as Oil Prices Rise" by Bloomberg on May 1.
Christopher Deering was interviewed by ABC Radio National for its Correspondents Report program on April 29.
Mike Mochizuki was interviewed for "Sex Slave Dispute Follows Abe Even as He Bonds With Bush" by The New York Times on April 29.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed for "How the war in Somalia could spread" by the Toronto Star on April 29.
David Shambaugh was interviewed for "Yang a popular choice as FM" by China Daily on April 28.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed for "Latest Somalia Fighting Raises Concerns Over Future Stability" by Voice of America on April 27.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed for "Somali conflict crosses borders" by The Christian Science Monitor on April 26.
Henry Nau was interviewed by the Jim Bohannon Show on April 26.
Kristin Lord was named a Nonresident Fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies program at the Brookings Institution.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed by Voice of America on Ethipoia on April 26.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed by the Mandarin service of Voice of America on the attack against the Chinese oil prospecting team in Ethiopia on April 25.
Amb. Inderfurth was interviewed by Radio New Zealand National on eliminating landmines on April 24.
Amb. David Shinn was interviewed by Aljazeera English News about Somalia on April 24.
James Millar was interviewed for "Russia: 'Floating on an Enormous Pool of Petrodollars'" in Knowledge@Wharton on April 24.
Merve Kavakci was profiled in The Brunei Times on April 20.
Harvey Feigenbaum was interviewed on the Kyojo Nnambi show on April 19.
Taras Kuzio published "Reflections on NATO – Will Ukraine and Georgia ever join this alliance?" in Kyiv Post on April 18.
David Shinn was interviewed by BBC TV World Service news about Darfur on April 17.
Amb. Miller's talk at a UN Office on Drugs and Crime conference on April 12 was mentioned in "Former U.S. ambassador criticizes U.N. for promoting sex trafficking in peacekeeping missions" by the Associated Press.
Amb. Shinn was interviewed for "Somali crisis complicates Ethiopia-Eritrea dispute" by Reuters on April 15.
Amb. Gnehm was interviewed for "Ambassador Attends Obama Fundraiser" by The Politico on April 13.
Deborah Avant's book The Market for Force: The Consequences of Privatizing Security was mentioned in the Tehran Times on April 12.
Elliott School graduate student Liang Wang published "Aid, Not Bait" in South China Morning Post on April 12.
Taras Kuzio published "U.S. backs NATO enlargement" in UPI's column "Outside View" on April 10.
David Shambaugh was interviewed for "China's Premier Seeks Warmer Japan Ties" by the AP on April 9
Henry Nau published "Why We Fight Over Foreign Policy" in Policy Review on April 9.
Amitai Etzioni published "L'Occident aussi a besoin d'un renouveau spiritual" in Le Monde (France) on April 6.
Steven Livingston was interviewed for "Analysis: Bush sometimes overshadowed as others take bigger role in international affairs" by the AP on April 5.
Hossein Askari published "Nuclear Standoff With Iran: The Only Way Out" in Antiwar.com on April 6.
Henry Hertzfeld coached GW's team to win the North American moot court competition. The team is scheduled to compete for the world title in India in October.
Murhaf Jouejati was featured as NY Metro 's "For the Record" interview on "Syria's intentions: Bigger goals belie Damascus' diplomacy" on April 5.
Steven Livingston was interviewed for "Pentagon Goes Digital with YouTube Postings" by Fox News on April 5.
Henry Nau was interviewed for "Pelosi's Syria trip part of foreign policy battle" by Reuters on April 5.
Harvey Feigenbaum was interviewed by Vatican Radio about the French election
Harry Harding was interviewed by ABC's Graeme Dobell for "US details its 'hedging' policy towards China" on April 1.
Henry Hertzfeld coached GW's team to win the North American Competition in the Manfred Lachs International Space Law Moot Court Competition on March 31. The team won all of the competition awards, and is scheduled to compete for the world title in India in October.
Ambassador Inderfurth published "Eliminating world's hidden killers" in the Baltimore Sun on April 4.
David Shinn was interviewed on Somalia by Jamaica 93 FM Station for its "Breakfast Show" on April 3.
Hossein Askari was interviewed about the Iran standoff in the Persian Gulf and energy market developments by Bloomberg Radio's program On the Money on April 3.
Roy Richard Grinker's new book, "Unstrange Minds: Remapping the World of Autism," was mentioned in "Gentle aid for troubling ailments" by Naomi Rand in The Boston Globe on April 1.
David Shinn was quoted extensively in "China and the United States Turn Swords into Plowshares in Africa" by the Washington Observer on March 31.
John Logsdon was quoted in "Space Gap Flight Worries NASA" by AP reporter Mike Schneider on March 30.
Ambassador Inderfurth was interviewed for "Pakistan: A Problematic Ally" by The Christian Science Monitor on March 29.
Ambassador Gnehm delivered the lecture "The Arab States of the Gulf: Under Pressure" as part of the Middle East Policy Forum on March 29.
Ambassador Miller's "We Need to Recapture the Spirit of Wilberforce to Fight Slavery in Our Own Time" appeared in the Discovery Institute's blog on March 20.
David Shinn was interviewed about Somalia by BBC Radio for its World Tonight program on March 6.
Bernard Wood was interviewed for "I Don't Want to Grow Up" by Science Now Daily News on March 12.
John Miller's "Slaves Among Us" appeared in the LA Times on March 13.
David Shambaugh was interviewed on the Diane Rehm Show about China on March 5.
Karl Inderfurth was interviewed for "We Have to Avoid a Third Divorce with Pakistan" by India Abroad on March 9.
Former President Jimmy Carter spoke in the Elliott School's Middle East Policy Forum on March 8. View the video here.
David Shinn's "Clouds over Somalia" appeared in the online journal Madrid11.net on March 6.
John Logsdon was interviewed by Seth Borenstein of the Associated Press for "NASA Can't Pay for Killer Asteroid Hunt" on March 6.
Gordon Adams' "Defense Spending: Embarrassment of Riches" was published in The Bulletin on March 5.
Gordon Adams' "Iraq's Sticker Price" was published in the March/April issue of Foreign Policy.
Gordon Adams was interviewed for "Analysts question need for boost in combat troops" in the Boston Globe on March 5.
Frank J. Cilluffo co-wrote "Transit security requires chaotic approach" with Laura P. Keith in USA Today on March 1.
Roy Richard Grinker 's "Rare No More: With Research Up and Stigma Down, Autism Sheds More of Its Mystery" appeared in the Washington Post on February 27.
Melani McAlister was mentioned in the Poughkeepsie Journal on February 25.
Roy Richard Grinker's new book, "Unstrange Minds: Remapping the World of Autism," was mentioned in "New writings offer glimpses into autism" by Deirdre Donahue in USA Today on February 25.
Deborah Avant was interviewed for "Iraq War Exacts Toll on Contractors" in the Associated Press on February 24.
Dina Khoury was interviewed for "The two faces of Islam: Sectarian violence embroils Iraqi Muslims, but in Houston the focus is common ground" in the Houston Chronicle on February 23.
Barbara Miller was interviewed for "iTunesU continues to expand class lecture podcasts" by the GW Hatchet on February 22.
David Shinn was interviewed about Somalia for Voice of America's Straight Talk Africa program on February 21.
Deborah Avant informed Slate about an inspector general's report exposing faulty workmanship by US contractors in Baghdad. Slate labeled the report a "Hot Document."
Deborah Avant was interviewed on Warren Olney's "To the Point" on February 14.
David Shinn was quoted in "Hunt for al-Qaida overshadows repression in Ethiopia, some fear" in the McClatchy Newspapers on February 19.
Kristin Lord was quoted in "Climate change fuels appetite for political solutions" in Newsday on February 17. The article also appeared in AM New York on February 18.
David Shinn was interviewed about Somalia by Aljazeera English News on February 16.
Henry Nau was interviewed on the Jim Bohannon Show about his book, "Perspectives on International Relations: Power, Institutions, and Ideas" on February 14.
David Shinn was interviewed for the Voice of America's "Analyst says AU Peacekeepers Unlikely to Arrive Soon in Somalia" on February 14.
Hossein Askari was quoted in "The coming war against Iran - Part 15" in the Atlantic Free Press on February 13.
Hope Harrison was interviewed by Wolf Blitzer on The Situation Room on February 12.
Kirk Larsen's talk, "North Korea: Questions and Observations" was hosted by the Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah. Listen here.
Melani McAlister was interviewed for "Christian Network, Author Lindsey are Back on the Same Side" by the Los Angeles Times on February 10.
Gonzalo Sebastián Paz was interviewed for "In South America, China and the U.S. Battle it Out" by Z Magazine on February 10.
David Shinn testified before the Senate Subcommittee on African Affairs on February 6, 2007.
John Miller's "Does 'Freedom' Mean Freedom From Slavery?" appeared in the National Review on February 5.
Karl Inderfurth's "More, NATO, More," which he co-wrote with Bruce Riedel, appeared in the International Herald Tribune on February 5.
John Logsdon was quoted in "Budget Cuts May Delay Shuttle Replacement" in NewScientist.com on February 5.
Gordon Adams published "Unbalanced Priorities" in the Bulletin Online on February 5.
Frank Cilluffo was quoted in "Price assessing money for security" in The News and Observer on February 5.
Roy Grinker was quoted in "A mother's battle against mercury" in Hernando Today (FL) on February 3.
Taras Kuzio's "Ukraine Facing Two Stark Choices" was published in The Ukraine Observer on February 2.
David Shinn was interviewed for "Troop Cuts Raise New Questions About Ethiopia-Eritrea Border Dispute" by Voice of American on February 1.
Bernard Reich was quoted in The Christian Science Monitor's "Is now the time to talk peace in the Mideast?" on February 1.
James N Rosenau was quoted in a release about the Middle East on February 1.
Hossein Askari was quoted in the Tufts Daily's article "Three-day Iraq symposium concludes" on February 1.
Karl Inderfurth was interviewed for "US Lawmakers Paint Grim Picture of Iraq, Afghanistan" by Voice of America on January 31.
Paul Williams was interviewed for "UN, African Union Take Humanitarian and Political Steps to Solve Sudan's Darfur Crisis" on Voice of America on January 31.
Hossein Askari's "Courting the Saudis-and Catastrophe" appeared in The National Interest on January 31.
David Shinn was interviewed by BBC TV about Sudan and the Africa Union on January 29.
Jerrald Post was interviewed on MSNBC about Hezbollah's Imad Mugniyah on January 29.
David Shinn was interviewed by VOA on January 29 about Somalia.
Deborah Avant was interviewed by Melissa Block on NPR about the Blackwater helicopter incident and contractors in Iraq.
Merve Kavakci was profiled and interviewed extensively by Safak Timur for "Former FP deputy's political ban ends" in the Turkish Daily News on January 25.
John Miller appeared on Anderson Cooper 360 Degrees on January 24.
David Shinn was interviewed on Al Jazeera English TV about Somalia on January 24.
Frank J. Cilluffo was quoted in "Analysis from the experts" in Newsday on January 24.
David Shinn was interviewed for "Ethiopia's exit adds to Somalia pressure" in United Press International on January 24.
David Shinn was interviewed by Voice of America's Joe De Capua for "As Ethiopian Troops Withdraw, Somali Transitional Gov't Faces Delicate Balance" on January 23.
David Shinn was interviewed for Shaun Waterman's "Bleak outlook for AU force in Somalia" in ISN Security Watch on January 22.
Kristin Lord's seven recommendations in her recent National Interest article were called "all interesting and worth discussing" by the blog Public Diplomacy Watch.
Gordon Adams' article "Opposing View: Bigger Force Unnecessary: After Iraq drawdown, no plausible mission requires larger military" appeared in USA Today.
Hossein Askari published "The Iranian Paradox: Economic Failure, Regional Resurgence and Opportunity for Dialogue," in Foreign Policy Forum, January 21, 2007.
Gordon Adams' article, co-written with Christopher Preble, "Adding More Military Forces Isn't Answer To Fighting Terrorism" appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times on January 20 and the Baltimore Sun on January 25.
Kristin M. Lord's article "Of War and Public Diplomacy" appeared in the National Interest on January 19.
David Shinn was interviewed for Marie-Louise Gumuchian's article "Anti-US Backlash In Somalia Limited, Threat Remains" in Reuters on January 18.
Edward "Skip" Gnehm was a guest on VOA on January 18 to discuss Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Karl F. Inderfuth's article "What the Iraq Study Group said about America's 'other war'" appeared in The Christian Science Monitor on January 18.
David Shinn was interviewed about Somalia in the January 19, 2007 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.
Henry Nau discussed his new textbook, "Perspectives on International Relations: Power, Institutions, And Ideas," on Voice of America.
Karl F. Inderfurth's and Eric D. Newsom's article "Tiptoeing around landmines" appeared in the LA Times on January 3.
John Logsdon's interview with the Japan Aerospace Industry resulted in an online article: "Proposals for Space Development in the 21st Century."
Ambassador David Shinn was interviewed on WNYC (New York Public Radio) on January 2 about the current conflict in Somalia.
Marie Price and Lisa Benton-Short co-wrote "Counting Immigrants in Cities across the Globe" in Migration Information Source on January 1.