Scholars in the News

May 10, 2017

FPRI’ Clint Watts Featured on Morning Joe

Fox Fellow Clint Watts appeared on Morning Joe on May 10, 2017 to discuss Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey. Read the transcript here.

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In The News: Clint Watts
May 9, 2017

Senior Fellow Mitchell Orenstein Appeared on the ReConsider Podcast to discuss Russian foreign policy

What is Russia’s current interest on its borders, and what considerations will shape its behavior over the next 20 years?  Prof. Mitchell Orenstein is the Professor  of Central and East European politics in the Slavic Department at the University of Pennsylvania and an associate of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard. […]

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In The News: Mitchell Orenstein
May 9, 2017

Associate Scholar Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein Commented on Kim Jong Un’s claim that the United States Attempted to Assassinate him in NK News

Associate Scholar Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein answers several questions about North Korea and the recent allegations made by Kin Jong Un. Read the article here.

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May 2, 2017

Senior Fellow Sumit Ganguly’s Deadly Impasse Reviewed by H-Net

In the field of South Asian studies, a new work by Sumit Ganguly is always welcome. A scholar with vast experience of the history, politics, and impact of the decades long Indo-Pakistani rivalry, few thinkers are as well equipped to assess and explore the continued salience and influence of that rivalry into the the twenty-first […]

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In The News: Sumit Ganguly
May 2, 2017

Associate Scholar Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein Appeared on Godmorgon Världen to discuss North Korea

“Dåligt!”, twittrade Trump och den amerikanske utrikesministern varnade för katastrofala konsekvenser om inte omvärlden agerar mot Nordkoreas kärnvapenprogram och robottester. Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein, som forskar om nordkoreansk politik vid University of Pennsylvania analyserar det senaste läget. Click here to listen (in Swedish).

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