Peter Van Buren of Reuters responds to Luxenberg’s article from War on the Rocks, Does Free College Threaten Our All-Volunteer Military?. Read the full response here.
FPRI takes no positions on the presidential candidates; naturally, our individual scholars do, and we anticipate those positions will vary. “This point was echoed by [Kori] Schake, one of the signatories, who now teaches at Stanford’s Hoover Institution and spoke to Philadelphia’s Foreign Policy Research Institute this week. “As a conservative Republican,” she said, “I […]
The story discussed FPRI’s 2016 Study Trip to Japan and how it impacted two teachers from their local high school, Padi Kong and Ana Baker. It also discussed how the teachers are planning on incorporating their experience into this year’s curriculum. Read the full article here.
Jamali discussed recent Russian actions and what they mean for US-Russian relations. Watch the full interview here.
Etai Handman interviews Clint Watts at the ICT World Summit on Counter-Terrorism Unpuzzling Terrorism. Listen to the full interview here.
This interview was a follow up of an earlier interview, when Granieri discussed the possibility of Brexit. In this interview, he discusses the implications of Brexit and what could be next for Europe and the United Kingdom. Read the full interview here.
Sakthivel’s latest FPRI E-Note, “Taking Stock of U.S. Policy Options in Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia” was cited in Algeria Press Service and reprinted on The Washington Institute for Near East Policy’s website and the Eurasia Review.
Nagl was featured on Morning Edition to discuss the participation of retired generals in politics. “So that – they are retired. They are private citizens. They are certainly well within their legal rights to do this. But the truth is that the American people revere the American military precisely because it is not seen to […]
The report, titled “Italy’s Jihadists in the Syrian Civil War” used an interview with Vidino and cited his work extensively throughout the piece. Read the full report here.
“The military is not a partisan prize, and it should not be used for this,” said Mackubin Thomas Owens, a retired colonel in the Marine Corps reserves and dean of academic affairs at the Institute of World Politics. Allen and Flynn “were not introduced at the conventions as John or Mike, they were introduced as generals,” […]