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Reflections on Assessing the National Defense Strategy. Professor Mara Karlin in War on the Rocks, 10/16
Saudi Crisis Shows the U.S. Needs a New Way to Deal With Dictators. Professor Hal Brands in Bloomberg Opinion, 10/15
Why Big Cities Are the Future of the Arab World. Foreign Policy Institute Senior Fellow Hafed Al-Ghwell in Arab News, 10/13
Brazil Can't Afford to Ignore It's Dire Economic Outlook. Professor Monica de Bolle in The New York Times, 10/11
The US Military Is Now Recruiting Soldiers To Fight In A War That Started Before They Were Born. Professor David Barno in Buzzfeed, 10/9
 

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News: Brazil-Venezuela Relations
In an article for World Politics Review, Professor Benjamin Gedan offered his insight on how a Jair Bolsonaro presidency in Brazil might affect the Venezuelan migrant crisis. Read More »
News: Food Diplomacy
SAIS Europe Professor David Ellwood writes on how food in Italy has served as a unifying resource for the country in good times and bad. Read More »
News: Army Combat Fitness Test
In an article for War on the Rocks, Professors David Barno and Nora Bensahel looked at the U.S. Army's new physical fitness test and why they think it is a bad idea. Read More »
News: Jamal Khashoggi
Professor Steven Schneebaum joined Al Jazeera to weigh in on the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi and why it took so long for the Saudi consulate to open its doors to investigators. Read More »