The Technocratic Antarctic 
The Castac Blog
February 16, 2017
Jessica O'Reilly on Science, Dwelling, and Governance.

Are We Really Headed Toward a Nuclear Arms Race?
Huffington Post
January 26, 2017
Lee Hamilton writes about the potential of heading to a nuclear arms race in today's world.  

How international justice makes it harder for dictators to step down
Washington Post
January 24, 2017
David Bosco writes how the international justice system makes it harder for dictators to step down. 

Trump vs. Iran
January 20, 2017
Jamsheed Choksy co-authors article about President Trump and Iran policy. 

Now that Trump is president, let's talk about Vladimir Putin
January 20, 2017
Distinquished Fellow Maria Lipman speaks about Vladimir Putin in the Trump era. 

Worksheet on Sharia Law irks school parents
The Courier-Journal
January 15, 2017
Asama Afsaruddin gives perspective on controversy over a school lesson on Sharia. 

The government went to great lengths touting the surgical strike
The Telegraph - Calcutta, India
January 15, 2017
Director of CAGS, Sumit Ganguly discusses hits and misses with India's foreign policy. 

Military honor in the age of Trump
The Conversation
January 15, 2017
International Studies faculty member Andrew Bell writes about President Trump and military honor and ethics. 

Islamophobia is on the rise in the US. But so is Islam
January 12, 2017
Professor of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures Asma Afsaruddin says heightened interest driving both Islamophobia and conversions to Islam. 

Will Populist Leaders Make Voters Love Putin?
The American Interest
January 2, 2017
Fulbright Visiting Professor in Central Eurasian Studies Peter Kreko writes about Russian relations.