Scholars in the News
Associate Scholar Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein Commented on the U.S. and North Korea on Tony Katz Today
Associate Scholar Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein spoke with Tony Katz about United States and North Korean relations. Listen to the full interview here.
Also on Abadi’s Middle East tour was Iran, whose jockeying for regional supremacy with Saudi ultimately led to the Gulf standoff with Qatar. Tally Helfont, Director of the Middle East Program at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, told Kurdistan24, “No matter how much the Saudis try to woo the Iraqis, Iran’s talons are firmly sunken […]
“I think there is more info than usual coming out suggesting that China is actually enforcing sanctions with a stronger force than at past occasions,” said Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein, an associate scholar at the Foreign Policy Research Institute. “The coal industry, in particular, seems to be suffering right now … China will probably loosen the […]
The American Spectator Oppose Any Foe: The Rise of America’s Special Operations Forces, by Mark Moyar (Basic Books, 432 pages, $30) America’s special operations forces — the Navy Seals, the Army Rangers, Delta Force, Special Operations Command (SOCOM), Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) and so forth — have been a source of pride and inspiration, […]
June Teufel Dreyer, a professor in the Political Science Department at the University of Miami College of Arts and Sciences, will be recognized by the Japan Institute for National Fundamentals for her book on Sino-Japanese relations this summer. Dreyer, who teaches courses on China, U.S. defense policy, and international relations, will be honored at an award […]