Selected Media Mentions

June 17, 2015

Susan Aaronson, research professor of international affairs
was quoted by The Washington Post's 'Wonkblog' in the article “The catch-22 of trade deals done in secret” on 5/15.
spoke on American Public Media’s “Marketplace” about the economy today compared to 1993, when NAFTA was being negotiated, for the podcast “Trade Agreements, then and now” on 4/21.


Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs
was quoted by The Washington Post in the article “Obama on the defense again as another defense secretary speaks” on 5/26.
was quoted by the Associated Press in the article “Rout in Ramadi calls US Iraq strategy into question” on 5/18.
was quoted by USA Today in the article “Pentagon: Islamic State pushed out of 25% of its territory” on 4/13.
was interviewed by The Atlantic for the article “What’s at Stake in Tikrit” on 3/27.
was quoted by CNN for the article "Iran, Shia militias involvement in ISIS fight a mixed blessing for U.S., Iraq" on 3/13.


Allida Black, research professor of history and international affairs
was quoted by The Associated Press in the article “As Clinton begins, her super PAC plans to fold” on 4/7.


Greg Brazinsky, associate professor of history and international affairs
was quoted by Voice of America in the article “Abe's US Visit to Focus on Controversial Statements” on 4/26.


Michael Brown, dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs
was quoted by the Philadelphia Inquirer in the article “Worldview: Egypt's Sisi fueling discontent”on 5/22.
co-authored “The real vs. the surreal options on Iran” with Chantal de Jonge Oudraat in The Washington Post blog “The Monkey Cage” on 4/27.


Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs
was quoted by the Los Angeles Daily News in the article “Egypt’s military government has started executing people on overtly political charges” on 5/26.
was quoted by The Christian Science Monitor it the article “Why Egypt’s conservative judiciary doesn’t always do Sisi’s bidding” on 5/8.
was quoted by Bloomberg in the article “Iran’s Shadow Over Yemen Unites Sunni States Behind Bombing,” on 4/1.


Maggie X. Chen, associate professor of economics and international affairs
was quoted by Foreign Policy in the article “U.S. and Japan Improve Security Ties. On Trade? Not So Much” on 4/28.


Amitai Etzioni, University Professor and professor of international affairs
authored "Economics Insecurity: A Major Concern" on The Huffington Post on 4/29.
was quoted by Politico in the article “Hillary Clinton frowned on racy ads and video games” on 4/27.


Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs
authored “The Dread Pirate Roberts was as much lawmaker as lawbreaker” in The Washington Post blog “The Monkey Cage” on 6/1.
was quoted by Foreign Policy in the article “The State Department’s Weary Soldier in America’s Cyber War” on 5/13.
authored “What’s new in the U.S. cyber strategy” in The Washington Post blog “The Monkey Cage” on 4/24.
authored “The new German spying scandal is a big deal”in The Washington Post blog “The Monkey Cage” on 4/23.
authored “What’s behind the Gazprom crisis?”in The Washington Post blog “The Monkey Cage” on 4/23.
authored “Why it’s so hard to create norms in cyberspace” in The Washington Post blog “The Monkey Cage” on 4/6.
authored “Why ‘Dark Web’ drug markets will keep on imploding” on The Washington Post blog, "The Monkey Cage" on 3/19.


Henry E. Hale, associate professor of political science and international affairs
co-authored “Russians see Ukraine as an illegitimate state” in The Washington Post blog “The Monkey Cage” on 5/20.


Hope Harrison, associate professor of history and international affairs
was quoted by Voice of America in the article “Armenia and Politics of the Word 'Genocide'” on 4/21.


Henry Hertzfeld, research professor of space policy and international affairs
was quoted by Foreign Policy in the article “Lawyers in Space” on 4/15.
was paraphrased by Slate in the article “The Race to Mars and Back: A Future Tense Event Recap” on 4/14.


Marcus King, John O. Rankin Associate Professor of International Affairs
was quoted by VICE in the article “Water Scarcity Is Helping Radicalize the Middle East” on 4/25.


John Logsdon, professor emeritus of political science and international affairs
was quoted by The New Yorker in the article “Moving to Mars” on 4/20.
was quoted by The Christian Science Monitor in the article “Humans orbiting Mars by 2033? It's possible, say experts,” on 4/6.


Marc Lynch, professor of political science and international affairs
wrote “Rethinking nations in the Middle East” in The Washington Post blog “The Monkey Cage” on 6/2.


Stephen Lubkemann, associate professor of anthropology and international affairs
was quoted by The Christian Science Monitor in the article “Why the São José fascinates” on 6/1.


Robert Maguire, professor of practice of international affairs
was quoteed by the Financial Times in the article “Haiti: Rising from the rubble” on 5/24.
authored an article mentioned by the Miami Herald in “Adams: Haiti’s future need not look like its past” on 5/24.
was quoted by the Miami Herald in the article “Former Haiti PM Lamothe joins presidential race along with dozens of others” on 5/20.


Henry Nau, professor of political science and international affairs
was quoted by Foreign Policy in the article "Dump Realism. It’s Time For a Conservative Internationalism" on 4/30.
was quoted by U.S. News & World Report in the article “Selling the Iran Deal” on 4/14.
participated in “Ronald Reagan Symposium, Panel 2,” a panel discussion of President Ronald Reagan and the Cold War, aired by CSPAN3 on 3/20.


Robert Orttung, associate research professor of international affairs and assistant director of the Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies
co-authored the article “Why Autocrats Love FIFA” in The Moscow Times on 6/7.


Scott Pace, professor of the practice of international affairs and director of the Space Policy Institute
was quoted by Bloomberg in the article “SpaceX Poised to Add Military Missions on Russia Engine Spat” on 5/28.
was quoted by Bloomberg in the article “SpaceX Gains Approval to Enter $70 Billion Military Market” on 5/26.


Marie Price, professor of geography and international affairs
authored “Progressive Voice: Dreamers Succeeding in Arlington and Beyond” WTOP-FM (online) on 4/30.


Elizabeth Saunders, assistant professor of political science and international affairs
spoke to NPR’s “Morning Edition” about Jeb Bush’s foreign policy balancing act on 6/10.


David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs
was mentioned by Financial Times in the article “Euphoria has China’s stock market in its dangerous grip” on 6/3.
authored an article referenced by The Diplomat in “The Worrying Rise of Anti-China Discourse in the US” on 5/16.
was quoted by The Globe and Mail in “As China moves away from communist regime, cracks appear” on 3/19.


Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics and international affairs
was quoted by the The New York Times in the article “Strong Job Growth Data Eases Concerns After Winter Dip in Economy” on 6/6.
was quoted by the Tampa Bay Times’ “Politifact” in the article “Jeb Bush says 1.3 million jobs were created in Florida during his tenure -- more than Texas” on 6/3.
was quoted by the Tampa Bay Times’ “Politifact” in “Labor Secretary Thomas Perez weighs incarceration’s role in inner-city Baltimore’s bleak job picture” on 5/15.
was quoted by The Associated Press in the article “US economy rebounding with solid if unsuspecting job gains” on 5/8.
was quoted by the Tampa Bay Times’ “Politifact” in the article “Mike Huckabee says he 'raised average family income by 50 percent' as Arkansas governor” on 5/4.
was quoted by Bloomberg Business in “British Workers Are Getting a Promotion, But Not a Raise” on 3/20.


Stephen C. Smith, professor of economics and international affairs
was cited in The Associated Press article “Study: With Goats, Chickens, Program Helps Poorest Get By” on 5/14.


Ronald Spector, professor of history and international affairs
was quoted by Scripps in the article “Victory in Europe: Old wounds ache 70 years after VE Day” on 5/7.


Paul D. Williams, associate professor of international affairs
was quoted by The Christian Science Monitor in the article “Should Kenya play peacekeeper in Somalia? Shabab attacks raise doubts” on 6/10.
authored the article “Four questions – and answers – about U.S. support of peacekeeping in Africa” in The Washington Post blog “The Monkey Cage” on 5/15.