SGIS in the Media

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
Forbes
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
CNBC
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
WUNC
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. 

The Rise of populism In Europe and the US 
WBEZ
November 1, 2016
SGIS Dean Lee Feinstein discusses political movements in Europe.  

International Criminal Court Poised to Open Investigation Into War Crimes in Afghanistan 
Foreign Policy Magazine
October 31, 2016
SGIS faculty, David Bosco talks about an investigation that could expose U.S. personnel to international justice inquiry for the first time.

SGIS to host Prime minister of Timor-Leste
IU Newsroom
September 23, 2016
Dr. Rui Maria de Araújo, prime minister of the Southeast Asian nation Timor-Leste, will speak Wednesday, Sept. 28, at Indiana University Bloomington as part of the IU School of Global and International Studies' Distinguished Diplomat Speaker Series.

NWI remains at the ready as 2001 attacks remembered
Chicago Tribune
September 9, 2016
SGIS faculty, Asma Afsaruddin talks about how more information about Islam leads to better understanding.

Islamophobia is on the rise in the US. But so is Islam. 
PRI
September 9, 2016
Asma Afsaruddin, professor of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, talks about the rise of Islamophobia in the US. 

Institute for European Studies earns grant
IU Newsroom
August 26, 2016
The European Commission has awarded the Institute for European Studies at the Indiana University School of Global and International Studies a three-year grant to support research, new course offerings and career-enhancing opportunities for students.

Unstable, Unruly, and Reprobate: The Middle East Today
World Affairs Journal
Spring 2016
SGIS faculty, Jamsheed K. Choksy and Carol E. B. Choksy, talk about issues in the Middle East today. 

Sinor Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies looking to expand its influence worldwide
IU Inc. 
August 19, 2016
Director of the Sinor Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies, Edward J. Lazzerini, talks about expanding.

IU School of Global and International Studies center hosting Fulbright Program orientation
IU Inc
August 4, 2016
Lee Feinstein, founding dean of the IU School of Global and International Studies, welcomed Fulbright students.

New LinkedIn report says ‘international aspirations bloom in Bloomington’
IU Inc
August 2, 2016
LinkedIn – the world’s largest professional network — announced that Bloomington is one of the top U.S. cities for launching the careers of LinkedIn’s American expatriates.

IU President McRobbie joins SGIS dean, faculty on Council on Foreign Relations
IU Newsroom
July 7, 2016
Prestigious think tank elects McRobbie. SGIS Dean Lee Feinstein, faculty member Lee Hamilton, and others at SGIS in the CFR.

SGIS faculty and Dean Feinstein discuss Britain post "Brexit" vote
IU Inc
June 24, 2016
Faculty in Europe for the vote report Europeans in shock over the outcome. Dean Feinstein notes the possible return of "geopolitics" in Europe is bad for the U.S.

Modi has consolidated India's relationships in West Asia
India Abroad
June 10, 2016
Sumit Ganguly writes about Prime Minister Modi's foreign policy successes.

Hometown Hero - Elliott Newton
My Wabash Valley
June 3, 2016
Master's Student Elliot Newton featured as a "Hometown Hero".

Delta grad overcomes mother's drug overdose
The Star Press
June 2, 2016
Story on graduating senior Olivia Shoemaker who will attend SGIS hoping to make a difference for world health issues.

IU Bloominton Selected for 'Diplomacy Lab'
Inside Indiana Business
June 1, 2016
SGIS in a report from Inside Indiana Business.

Anke Birkenmaier: Latin America Scholar
Bloom Magazine
May 31, 2016
Anke Birkenmaier in Bloom Magazine.

Iraqi forces and militias battling ISIS in Falluja
CNN International
May 28, 2016
Feisal Istrabadi looks at Iraq's battle to retake the city of Falluja from ISIS.

Lee Hamilton: The case for efficient, effective and accountable gov't
Kokomo Tribune
May 27, 2016
Lee Hamilton writes in the Kokomo Tribune.

Global refugee crisis overwhelms humanitarian aid system and exacerbates its shortcomings
Los Angeles Times
May 23, 2016
Elizabeth Dunn in the Los Angeles Times.

Refugee protection and resettlement problems
Science Magazine
May 19, 2016
Elizabeth Dunn writes about ongoing issues with refugee response.

Bangladesh's Accommodation Of Extremism Spells Danger For The Region
Yale Global
May 18, 2016
Sumit Ganguly writes Bagledesh is dangerously lacking in action on extremism.

Should Philosophy Departments Change Their Names? Readers Join the Debate
New York Times
May 18, 2016
John Walbridge shares thoughts to stop naming philosophy departments.

Ambassador Istrabadi reacts to Iraq bombings
CNN International
May 13
Feisal Istrabadi from SGIS studio discussing the bombings in Baghdad.

In Poland's conservative heartland, frustration from those EU 'left behind'
The Christian Science Monitor
May 12, 2016
Padraic Kenney comments on the socioeconomic divide in Poland.

Former Iraqi diplomat: Iraq is in political chaos
CNN
May 5, 2016
Feisal Istrabadi appeared on CNN to discuss political instability in Iraq.

Poetry from Chernobyl
Toxic News
May 3, 2016
Sarah Phillips shares her poetry from Chernobyl.

Iraq mired in a political crisis
CNN International
May 2, 2016
Feisal Istrabadi appeared on CNN International to discuss the unrest in Iraq.

The world at your feet: how to build a career in foreign relations
The Conversation
April 29, 2016
First-ever SGIS Diplomat in Residence gives career advice to those interested in foreign affairs.

28 pages, no smoking gun: 9/11 Commission chairmen
USA Today
April 28, 2016
Lee Hamilton and his co-chair of the 9/11 Commission Tom Kean provide insight into the call for the Commission's report to be released to the public.

Lee Hamilton: Time for citizens to step up
The Herald-Times
April 22, 2016
Recap of Lee Hamilton's challenge for citizens to take a role in America's future.

Richard Lugar honored with Jefferson Award for lifetime achievement
The Indy Channel
April 22, 2016
Distinguised Scholar Richard Lugar honored with the Jefferson Award for service.

Divided by History, can religious tourism bring India and Pakistan closer?
Quartz
April 19, 2016
Sumit Ganguly quoted in a story by the news outlet Quartz.

On Immigration, Law Is on Obama's Side
The New York Times
April 18, 2016
Richard G. Lugar writes in New York Times op-ed on Immigration.

Key to Succesful U.S. Peacemaking? A Commitment to Diplomacy, Humanitarianism and the 'Example' of America
The Huffington Post
April 13, 2016
Lee Hamilton writes on U.S. efforts at making peace.

Opposition leader Zia latest victim of Bangladesh’s zero-sum politics
World Politics Review
April 13, 2016
Sumit Ganguly writes about the problems facing Bangladesh’s opposition leader.

Workshop to address ethical issues in national security work
IU Newsroom
April 8, 2016
Conference focusing on ethics in national security work features SGIS’ Gene Coyle.

Empowering India’s street vendors as entrepreneurs
PBS NewsHour
April 6, 2016
Sumit Ganguly in a segment regarding India’s street vendors.

Indiana University delegation concludes successful visit to Thailand
IU Newsroom
April 5, 2016
President McRobbie wrapped a successful trip to Thailand, where partnerships are helping SGIS.

Obama’s historic Cuba trip aimed at cementing policy changes beyond his presidency, expert says
Global Trade Magazine
April 5, 2016
Lee Hamilton notes that public opinion is on the president’s side in opening Cuba trade.

Literacy program lets Bloomington students make connections across the globe
The Herald-Times
April 5, 2016
IU’s Books and Beyond project based in the School of Education but involving some SGIS students.

A commitment to partnership and engagement in Southeast Asia
IU Newsroom
April 1, 2016
A report on President McRobbie’s trip full of SGIS notes, including benefits from a Thai partnership.

Scholars against anti-Zionism
Jewish and Israel News
April 1, 2016
Article previews the major conference on anti-Semitism at IU.

Indiana statesmen say U.S. can’t isolate itself from the world
The Herald-Times
April 1, 2016
A write-up of the final “America’s Role in the World” session on Indiana and the World.

‘Indiana in the World’ panelists link food production, global engagement
IU Newsroom
March 31, 2016
A wrap of the final “America’s Role in the World” focusing on Indiana’s world role.

U.S. Senator Dan Coats to speak at IU today
WIBW
March 31, 2016
Panel with Dan Coats highlighted during “America’s Role in the World.”

U.S. policy toward the Middle East
C-SPAN
March 30, 2016
Panel from our “America’s Role in the World” conference featured on C-SPAN.

Arms control and proliferation
­C-SPAN
March 30, 2016
Panelists talked about past arms control and nonproliferation strategies during “America’s Role in the World.”

Next president’s foreign policy
C-SPAN
March 30, 2016
Panelists offered foreign policy advice to the next president during “America’s Role in the World.”

Like it or not, U.S. must engage with Middle East, panelists say
IU Newsroom
March 30, 2016
Panelists at “America’s Role in the World” characterize America’s role in the Middle East today and how that role might change under the next president.

National security advisor speaks at Indiana University
Indiana Public Media
March 30, 2016
Recap of Ben Rhodes’ talk at “America’s Role in the World” conference.

Iraq: Muqtada al-Sadr’s Green Zone demonstration
Aljazeera
March 29, 2016
Feisal Istrabadi weighs in on the Shia cleric Al-Sadr’s Green Zone protest.

Should security forces have stopped the terrorist attacks in Belgium?
The Conversation
March 29, 2016
Sumit Ganguly considers the criticism of the Belgian security apparatus.

They left Cuba but managed to bring these cherished pieces of home with them
The Washington Post
March 28, 2016
Gerardo Gonzalez on family’s exit.

The little genocide: A Karadzic conviction in The Hague that will satisfy no one
Los Angeles Times
March 25, 2016
Timothy Waters on the Karadzic conviction.

Conference of scholars at IU Bloomington to examine connections between anti-Zionism, antisemitism
IU Bloomington Newsroom
March 24, 2016
SGIS co-sponsored a conference with IU Press that examined the connection between anti-Zionism and antisemitism.

IU experts on Brussels attack: Don’t give in to fear
The Herald-Times
March 23, 2016
Dean Feinstein and Sumit Ganguly give thoughts after Brussels attack.

A conversation with Europe’s ambassadors
Council on Foreign Relations
March 21, 2016
Video of the session in New York moderated by Dean Feinstein with European ambassadors.

It’s time for America to get defense spending right
The Huffington Post
March 18, 2016
Lee Hamilton: Congress should not have its “automatic response” to military budget.

Hamilton and Lugar: U.S. must stay engaged in the world
The Indianapolis Star
March 18, 2016
Richard Lugar and Lee Hamilton promote continued U.S. global engagement.

Indiana University’s new global studies building receives LEED gold
American School and University Magazine
March 15, 2016
SGIS building receives LEED gold.

Fast facts about Indiana University for media covering the 2016 NCAA men’s tourney
IU Bloomington Newsroom
March 15, 2016
Fast facts for media covering IU basketball in the NCAA Tournament includes some about SGIS.

“Self-restraint” with Japanese characteristics
Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative
March 10, 2016
Adam Liff writes on the history of and potential future for “self-restraint” in the South China Sea.

IU School of Global and International Studies to host Language Flagship’s program in Arabic
IU Bloomington Newsroom
March 9, 2016
SGIS welcomes the Arabic Flagship.

India’s tortured debate on nationalism and free speech
BBC
March 9, 2016
Sumit Ganguly writes on the ongoing debate over nationalism and free speech in India.

IU School of Global and International Studies convening conference, “America’s Role in the World”
IU Bloomington Newsroom
March 8, 2016
A major conference is happening at SGIS this month.

Back to the future in Iran?
The National Interest
March 6, 2016
Hussein Banai writes that the Iranian elections do not herald more political reform.

The limits of growth: Economic headwinds inform China’s latest military budget
The Wall Street Journal
March 5, 2016
Adam Liff co-authors article on China’s economic downturn affecting its military.

Watch “Lee Hamilton’s Freedom Medal”
Indiana Public Media
March 3, 2016
WTIU’s special on Lee Hamilton’s presidential honor.

To find hope in America, look around you
Tulsa World
March 4, 2016
Lee Hamilton writes, “To find hope in America, look around you.”

After trying “strategic patience,” U.S. needs new approach to North Korea
The Huffington Post
March 1, 2016
Lee Hamilton writes it’s time for a new approach to North Korea.

India budget specifics still unclear: academic
CNBC
Feb. 28, 2016
Sumit Ganguly addresses the possible budget moves in India.

Fulbright international exchange program bridges academics, professional pursuits
IU Newsroom
Feb. 24, 2016
Student Experience blog features Fulbright student Arielle Moss, Near Eastern Languages and Cultures major at IU.

A day to remember: Lee Hamilton gets the Medal of Freedom
Bloom Magazine
Feb. 26, 2016
Lee Hamilton’s experience receiving the Medal of Freedom.

Caste protests spotlight India’s contentious quota system
Deutsche Welle
Feb. 23, 2016
Sumit Ganguly tells Deutsche Welle the quota system for caste communities in India is problematic.

Top producers of U.S. Fulbright scholars and students
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Feb. 22, 2016
IU is noted in The Chronicle of Higher Education as producing among the most Fulbright scholars.

Indiana University among the top 10 institutions sending Fulbright students abroad
IU Bloomington Newsroom
Feb. 22, 2016
SGIS is a reason IU is a top 10 Fulbright school; Keely Bakken, Aldar Escamilla Mijes current Fulbrighters.

SGIS professor Stephanie Kane strives to connect community, environment and the classroom
Inside IU Bloomington
Feb. 17, 2016
Stephanie Kane’s “Nature in the City” connects people to the global environment.

Indiana University’s new Global and International Studies building earns LEED Gold certification
IU Bloomington Newsroom
Feb. 17, 2016
Our new building is now LEED Gold certified; designation in keeping with SGIS global mission, says dean.

Syrian scholar explores deterioration from democracy to dictatorship
IU Newsroom
Feb. 16, 2016
Presentation by Kevin Martin and his new book regarding Syria’s democratic past.

Lee Hamilton ’52 & Richard Lugar “had a hand in saving the world”
DePauw University
Feb. 14, 2016
SGIS’ Hamilton and Lugar modeled “even-keeled, pragmatic, bipartisan, and wise” approach.

Three reasons humanitarian aid fails
Science Magazine
Feb. 13, 2016
Elizabeth Dunn on research presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science conference.

The International Center to honor IU President McRobbie as 2016 International Citizen of the Year
IU Newsroom
Feb. 12, 2016
The International Center honoring IU President McRobbie in part for his vision in creating SGIS.

Hoosier Hall of Fame: Home and abroad with Richard Lugar and Lee Hamilton
Indianapolis Monthly Magazine
Feb. 10, 2016
Richard Lugar and Lee Hamilton modeled an Indiana approach to government for the nation and the world: even-keeled, pragmatic, bipartisan, and wise.

Former congressman promotes engagement, public service
Indiana Daily Student
Feb. 10, 2016
Lee Hamilton gives an IU fraternity advice on becoming future statesmen.

Study abroad program at IU provides students a chance to see the world
IU Newsroom
Feb. 9, 2016
How Indiana Diversity helped SGIS senior Ireri Perez study in India and Ecuador.

Climate change is a threat to national security
First Year 2017
Feb. 9, 2016
Stephen Macekura is part of The Miller Center project on issues facing the next president.

IU Bloomington’s Hutton Honors College turns 50, launches “Many Worlds, One Globe” initiative
IU Bloomington Newsroom
Feb. 8, 2016
SGIS is proud to be part of the “Many Worlds, One Globe” initiative of IU’s Hutton Honors College.

IU students share universal language of dance in Panama with Movement Exchange
Art at IU
Feb. 8, 2016
SGIS student Dana Vanderburgh is a “dance diplomat.”

Predicting world’s future trouble spots will not be easy, but U.S. must continue to lead
The Huffington Post
Feb. 4, 2016
Lee Hamilton writes that the U.S. must continue its key role in managing global trouble.

IU professor discusses Middle Eastern tension
Indiana Daily Student
Feb. 3, 2016
Recap of Feisal Istrabadi’s Framing the Global presentation, “States in Flux in the Middle East.”

How to tell if Congress is working again
Feb. 3, 2016
The Center on Congress at Indiana University
Lee Hamilton pens a column asking how hard members of Congress are willing to work to fix the institution and address the key issues facing our country.

Lee Hamilton to headline O’Bannon Institute at Ivy Tech in April
The Herald-Times
Feb. 3, 2016
Lee H. Hamilton will headline Ivy Tech Bloomington’s 13th annual O’Bannon Institute for Community Service fundraising dinner on April 21.

Lee Hamilton wants Congress to change
LarryInFishers
Feb. 2, 2016
Lee Hamilton spoke at Fisher High School, addressing the state champion “We the People” team.

Marine veteran adjusts to student life
Indiana Daily Student
Jan. 28, 2016
Senior Miles Vining speaks about his experience at IU after serving in the military.

United Nations report: ISIL possibly guilty of war crimes
Aljazeera America
Jan. 20, 2016
Feisal Istrabadi discusses the UN report on ISIL in Iraq.

United Nations Report:  ISIL Possibly Guilty of War Crimes
Al Jazeera America
Jan. 19, 2016
Feisal Istrabadi appears from the SGIS studio to discuss UN report on ISIL

Chinese lecturer discusses identity politics
The Indiana Daily Student
Jan. 14, 2016
An article about the first spring semester event for the Chinese Flagship Center

How I explained to my Impressionable Student that Islam is Not Monolithic
The World Post
Jan. 12, 2016
SGIS' Asma Afsaruddin writes that interpretations of Islam create many forms of it

Time for a Comprehensive Strategy against Islamic Terrorism in 2016
Small Wars Journal
Jan. 11, 2016
Chair of the Dept. of Central Eurasian Studies Jamsheed Choksy and Carol Choksy suggest a new strategy against Islamic terror 

The Next Pathankot:  India’s New Terrorism Battleground
Foreign Affairs
Jan. 6, 2016
Dir. of the Center on American and Global Security Sumit Ganguly writes that India must better prepare for terrorism 

Militant attacks could hurt India/Pakistan relations
WBEZ (Chicago)’s “Worldview”
Jan. 5, 2016
Dir. of the Center on American and Global Security Sumit Ganguly discusses India-Pakistan relations after weekend militant attacks

Visit by secretary of state among 2015 highlights at IU
The Herald Times
Dec. 30, 2015
Secretary Kerry’s SGIS appearance tops the HT’s ranking of IU stories for 2015

The Huffington Post
Dec. 23, 2015
SGIS’ Lee Hamilton writes about the best way to overcome ISIS
 
Global Dispatches:  Conversations about World Affairs
Dec. 12, 2015
A conversation with SGIS’ Lee Hamilton about US foreign policy.
 
The Briefing from Sirius/XM
Dec. 11, 2015
Stephen Macekura speaks about smog & China & India.
 
BTown Banter
Dec. 10, 2015
The @IUNewsroom top stories of the year makes SGIS' very big fall semester prominent.
 
IU Policy Briefings
Dec. 8, 2015
Stephen Macekura of SGIS says the global north & south tensions in climate change talks are not new.
 
The South Bend Tribune
Dec. 8, 2015
Editorial notes that all Hoosiers should take pride in SGIS' Lee Hamilton's presidential honor.
 
The Washington Post
Dec. 8, 2015
SGIS Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton says the president's moves on terrorism part of complex strategy.
 
New Books in World Affairs
Dec. 4, 2015
An interview with SGIS faculty member Stephen Macekura about his book “Of Limits and Growth:  the Rise of Global Sustainable Development in the Twentieth Century.”
 
The Herald-Times
Dec. 2, 2015
A wrap-up of the joint SGIS and SPEA panel on climate change notes complex solutions.

In Considering American Exceptionalism and International Engagement, Talk Alone Isn't Enough
Huffington Post
Dec. 1, 2015
Lee Hamilton writes that “American Exceptionalism: should be show, not tell. 

Trump, Carson Candidacies Unusual Only by American Standards
WIBC Radio
Nov. 30, 2015
Director of the Institute for European Studies Tim Hellwig says Trump & Carson presidential runs resemble what's happened in Eastern Europe.

Debating Limits and Growth
Cambridge Blog
Nov. 30, 2015
Stephen Macekura gives background on the UN climate change conference from his book on the history of addressing global climate change.

Foreign manufacturers can benefit from India’s military needs
The Washington Post
Nov. 30, 2015
Center for American and Global Security Director Sumit Ganguly on how India's jobs push could modernize its defense.

Hamilton, Ruckelshaus receive Presidential Medal of Freedom
Indianapolis Star
Nov. 24, 2015
SGIS’ Lee Hamiltno says he thought, “How in the world did I get in this company?”

Former Rep. Lee Hamilton Urges Importance Of Engagement In ISIS Fight
NPR
Nov. 24, 2015
All Things Considered spoke with SGIS’ Lee Hamilton on his White House honor, ISIS and other matters.

Lee Hamilton In DC To Receive Presidential Medal Of Freedom
Indiana Public Media
Nov. 23, 2015
SGIS’ Lee Hamilton was honored at a reception before the medal ceremony at the White House.

After Paris Attacks, Indiana Turns Away Syrian Refugees
Indiana Public Media
Nov. 20, 2015
SGIS’ Olga Kalentzidou and the Institute for European Studies’ Brett Bowles on Syrian refugees.

How Islamic Is ISIS, Really?
WBUR
Nov. 19, 2015
SGIS’ Asma Afsaruddin discusses how Islamic the Islamic State really is.

ISIS Magazine Details Attacks, Expansion Into New Countries
NBC News
Nov. 19, 2015
Sumit Ganguly says ISIS’ indication it has moved into Bangladesh is a real problem.

Islam Was Never Intolerant and Warmongering. Read the Koran!
Newsweek
Nov. 19, 2015
SGIS’ Asma Afsaruddin writes Islamic State terrorists clearly pick what parts of Islam fit their needs.

Dunn: Pence used attacks as political bogeyman
Indianapolis Star
Nov. 18, 2015
SGIS’ Elizabeth Dunn writes that refugees are a political tool for Gov. Pence.

Our Opinion: Hamilton deserving of highest civilian honor
The Herald-Times
Nov. 18, 2015
SGIS’ Lee Hamilton has earned Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Is Islam incompatible with modernity?
The Conversation
Nov. 17, 2015
SGIS faculty Asma Afsaruddin on Islam and modernity.

Pence stops Syrian refugee resettlement in Indiana
Indianapolis Star
Nov. 17, 2015
SGIS’ Elizabeth Dunn minces no words on the Indiana governor’s barring of Syrian refugees.

IU students studying in France are safe and accounted for, university officials say
Indiana University-Bloomington Newsroom
Nov. 16, 2015
SGIS’ Center on American and Global Security Director Sumit Ganguly and Tim Hellwig, director of the Institute for European Studies, on post-Paris.

Experts: Terrorists learning from one another and going after soft targets
The Washington Post
Nov. 16, 2015
SGIS’ Lee Hamilton on how the Paris attacks are a different type of terrorism.

Academics discuss upcoming presidential debates
Indiana Daily Student
Nov. 10, 2015
Sumit Ganguly, director of the Center on American and Global Security, doesn’t expect much substantive policy discussion in the latest presidential debates.

Complex Syria Conflict Raises Difficult Military Questions
The Huffington Post
Nov. 7, 2015
SGIS Professor of Practice Lee Hamilton outlines the complexities of a Syria intervention.

Good listeners make good spies
Culver News
Nov. 6, 2015
SGIS Professor of Practice Gene Coyle telling his sometimes harrowing CIA experience.

Complex Syria Conflict Raises Difficult Military Questions
Huffington Post
Nov. 6, 2015
SGIS Prof. of Practice Lee Hamilton's latest @HuffingtonPost piece outlines complexities of Syria intervention

The Mixed Legacy of Iraq's Ahmed Chalabi
Voice of America
Nov. 3, 2015
Feisal Istrabadi says Chalabi will be remembered for good and bad

Good Listeners Make Good Spies
Culver News
Nov. 3, 2015
SGIS Prof. of Practice Gene Coyle speaks at Culver Academy telling his sometimes harrowing CIA experience

CIBER Focus: "Part 1 of U.S.-Cuba Relations: The Past and Present" with Professor Nick Cullather
Indiana University Kelley School of Business
Oct. 23, 2015
Hear from SGIS’ Nick Cullather on the revamped US-Cuba relations.

India Pushes Nepal into China's Arms
Foreign Policy
Oct. 23, 2015
Sumit Ganguly writes that India's moves on Nepal may increase Chinese influence

Russia's misguided Middle East re-entry
CNN.com
Oct. 21, 2015
Jamsheed Choksy co-authors opinion piece with IU’s Carol Choksy on how to deal with Russia’s Syria moves

Difficult Times for Democracy Demand New Approach, Adjusted Expectations
The Huffington Post
Oct. 20, 2015
Lee Hamilton writes continued U.S. push for democracy worldwide should adapt

Donald Trump and Jeb Bush debate 9/11. Who’s right?
WBUR Radio
Oct. 19, 2015
Lee Hamilton interviewed on WBUR Boston’s national program “Here and Now”

Editorial:  tune in to become a global citizen
The Indiana Daily Student
Oct. 19, 2015
Opinion column on the lasting message of Sec. Kerry’s address to SGIS

U.S. Foreign Policy in a Changing World
Medium.com
Oct. 17, 2015
Sec. Kerry writes about his remarks earlier in the week at SGIS

John Kerry speaks about globalism, pushes for change
The Indiana Daily Student
Oct. 16, 2015
Wrap up of Sec. Kerry visit to SGIS

Kerry urges action, not apathy during IU address
The Herald Times
Oct. 16, 2015
Wrap up of Sec. Kerry visit to SGIS

Secretary John Kerry pushes for bigger U.S. role in Syria and Afghanistan
WSIL-TV
Oct. 15, 2015
Report from Illinois television station on Sec. Kerry’s address at SGIS

Sec. of State John Kerry Speaks at Indiana University
WLS-TV
Oct. 15, 2015
Report from Chicago television station on Sec. Kerry’s address at SGIS

John Kerry Addresses Iran, Afghanistan, TPP In IU Speech
WBAA Radio
Oct. 15, 2015
Report on Sec. Kerry speech to SGIS

Kerry pokes fun at himself during speech at IU
WDRB-TV
Oct. 15, 2015
Report from Louisville television station on Sec. Kerry’s address at SGIS

IU has dedication ceremony for new Global International Studies Building
The Indiana Daily Student
Oct. 15, 2015
Story on building dedication ceremony

Dysfunction exacts a cost
The Epoch Times
Oct. 15, 2015
Lee Hamilton column on Congressional inaction

Kerry's visit this week will highlight IU's efforts to push global studies
The Herald Times
Oct. 14, 2014
Opinion column on the importance of Sec. Kerry’s visit to IU SGIS
 
Professionals explore U.S. role in the Middle East
The Indiana Daily Student
Oct. 5, 2015
Story about panel discussion sponsored by SGIS, including Lee Hamilton.
 
Creating a Desert in China
Bloomberg News
Oct. 1, 2015
Christopher Atwood, faculty in Central Eurasian Studies, speaks to Bloomberg Business on China's "desertification."

The Dean Download
The Herald-Times
Oct. 1, 2015
Herald Times reporter Kat Carlton interviews Dean Feinstein for the latest podcast.

Better than a Tent, Worse than a House
Slate
Oct. 1, 2015
International Studies faculty Elizabeth Dunn writes the "better shelter" for refugees doesn't solve big problem

India hits back at Pakistan for raising Kashmir at UN, says world knows LoC firing is to provide cover to terrorists
The Times of India
Oct. 1, 2015
Sumit Ganguly tells the Times of India that the rhetorical heat from India to Pakistan isn't just talk.

IU Expert Cites Power Struggle over Syria
WIBC Radio
Sept. 30, 2015
Jamsheed Choksy says the latest in Syria is a power play by Russia.

The Failure of Refugee Camps
The Boston Review
Sept. 28, 2015
Our Elizabeth Dunn writes from her experience living in a refugee camp, it's no place like home

IU to Dedicate $53M Global Studies Building
Inside Indiana Business
Sept. 27, 2015
Story about the dedication of the global and international studies building

The Failure of Refugee Camps
The Boston Review
Sept. 28, 2015
Our Elizabeth Dunn writes from her experience living in a refugee camp, it's no place like home

IU to Dedicate $53M Global Studies Building
Inside Indiana Business
Sept. 27, 2015
Story about the dedication of the global and international studies building

CIBER Focus: Professor Sumit Ganguly - Part 1: Iran Nuclear DealKelley Institute for International Business
Sept. 15, 2015
Kelley School video series with SGIS' Sumit Ganguly discussing the impact of the Iran Nuclear deal

Behind the Big Game Reserves
"With Good Reason," public radio program
Sept. 19, 2015
Stephen Macekura speaks to the relationship between African conservation and colonialism

When Refugees were Welcome
Foreign Affairs
Sept. 22, 2015
Sumit Ganguly co-authors piece noting European refugee crisis harkens to larger one 40 years ago

The Iran Deal
WTIU TV
Sept. 18, 2015
Lee Hamilton speaks on the "Indiana Newsdesk" program about the nuclear deal wtih Iran

Hoosier Expert Says Get Rid Of Assad
WIBC Radio
Sept. 16, 2015
Jamsheed Choksy says Syria will become stable only without Assad

IU experts: Pope's letter on climate change could influence policy decisions
The Herald-Times
Sept. 16, 2015
Writeup on the Center for Global and American Security-hosted panel on the Pope's climate change position

Brian Howey: The Hoosier internationalist order evolves
Howey Politics Indiana
Sept. 11, 2015
Brian Howey writes how SGIS faculty Hamilton & Lugar shored Indiana's "Hoosier internationalist order"

Arresting Atrocity:  Obama's Agenda to Prevent Genocide
Foreign Affairs
Sept. 11, 2015
Dean Feinstein co-authors piece on the Obama administration's efforts to curb global atrocities

Lessons learned from 9/11:  United States cannot ignore the rest of the world
The Herald-Times
Sept. 11, 2015
Sumit Ganguly reflects about how 9/11 awakened need for studying global security

IU Experts Comment on Nuclear Deal with Iran
WFIU Radio
Sept. 9, 2015
Story on the SGIS Iran nuclear deal discussion at SGIS

Panel discusses Iran nuclear deal
The Indiana Daily Student
Sept. 9, 2015
A recap from the SGIS panel discussion on the Iran nuclear deal

IU panelists cautiously supportive of nuclear deal with Iran
The Herald-Times
Sept. 9, 2015
A recap of the heavily-attended panel discussion on the Iran nuclear deal at SGIS

Scales of Global Learning:  Prisms, Knots, and a Cup of Coffee
The Association of American Colleges & Universities
Aug. 28, 2015
Assistant Dean Hilary Kahn writes about how to create environments for global learning

This is why you shouldn’t blame China for the havoc in the markets
The Washington Post
Aug. 27, 2015
SGIS' Sarah Bauerle Danzman co-authors article about the recently volatile Chinese stock market

What is behind the riots in India?
Background Briefing with Ian Masters
Aug. 26, 2015
Sumit Ganguly speaks to the national radio show about recent riots in India

The Case for Diplomacy
The Huffington Post
Aug. 25, 2015
SGIS Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton writes that the Iran nuclear deal should be given a chance

School of Global and International Studies opens new building
The Indiana Daily Student
Aug. 25, 2015
Story on the first classes held in the new building

US not only cuts aid, but withholds Nawaz Sharif invite to Washington, D.C.
IBC World News
Aug. 23, 2015
Story cites SGIS’ Sumit Ganguly’s Foreign Affairs piece suggesting firm action on Pakistan

The brutal fight of Bangladesh’s secular voices to be heard
The Guardian (UK)
Aug. 23, 2015
Sumit Ganguly weighs in on the history of secularism having a say in Bangladesh

The Dean Download, episode one:  Lee Feinstein
The Herald-Times
Aug. 21, 2015
The Herald-Times Kat Carlton debuts a new podcast featuring IU deans. Episode one is SGIS Dean Lee Feinstein

India’s Achilles’ Heel:  New Delhi Needs to get Serious about Counterterrorism
Foreign Affairs
Aug. 20, 2015
Sumit Ganguly writes that India needs to toughen its counterterrorism strategy

An Unworthy Ally:  Time for Washington to Cut Pakistan Loose
Foreign Affairs
Aug. 20, 2015
Sumit Ganguly co-authors piece on why the U.S. should stop considering Pakistan an ally

Lugar:  Peace in the Middle East rides on Iran deal
MSNBC
Aug. 20, 2015
SGIS Professor of Practice Richard Lugar speaks about the Iran nuclear deal and why he supports it

Khaled Al-Asaad obit
CBC’s As it Happens
Aug. 19, 2015
Adjunct Near Eastern Culture and Languages Prof. Abdalrazzaq Moaz speaks to CBC Radio about the ISIS killing of his former Syrian colleagues

Group:  ISIS beheads expert who refused to reveal location of antiquities
CNN
Aug. 19, 2015
Adjunct Near Eastern Languages and Culture Prof. Abdalrazzaq Moaz tells CNN the ISIS execution of his former colleague in Syria “a catastrophe”

IU’s new School of Global and International Studies building opens its doors
Inside IU Bloomington
Aug. 19, 2015
Photo gallery of the new home of SGIS

IU’s Global and International Studies School Under One Roof
WTIU/Indiana Public Media
Aug. 14, 2015
WTIU follows Dean Feinstein delivering donuts to new residents of the new building and gets a sense of the new home of SGIS

India’s Modi Struggles to Match Success Abroad with Domestic Reforms
World Politics Review
Aug. 5, 2015
Professor Sumit Ganguly writes about India's prime minister trying to make achievements at home

The Death of Mullah Omar and the History of the Taliban
KPFA Radio
Aug. 4, 2015
Professor Nazif Shahrani speaks with Berkely's KPFA on the death of the Taliban's figurehead leader

Japan’s Defense Policy:  Abe the Evolutionary
The Washington Quarterly
Aug. 3, 2015
Adam Liff writes about how Japan’s Prime Minister has and hasn’t changed the country’s defense policy

Vegetarian Elite in India Say No To Eggs in School Lunches
Earth Eats
July 31, 2015
Professor Sumit Ganguly speaks about India and the incredible, political egg

Modi's More Muscular Foreign Policy?
The International Relations and Security Network
July 30, 2015
Sumit Ganguly writes that India's prime minister has created a tougher foreign policy with neighbors

Grading the War on Terrorism
The World Post
July 24, 2015
Prof. of Practice and former congressman Lee Hamilton writes the war on terror needs broader scope

Iran and Azerbaijan can both benefit from this deal
News.Az (Azerbaijan)
July 21, 2015
Jamsheed Choksy gives perspective on Iran deal for Iran's northern neighbor...

Contemporary Muslims and the challenge of modernity
OUPblog (Oxford University Press)
July 20, 2015
Asma Afsaruddin there's a story to be told of Muslims dealing w/the modern world

Could the Iran Dean Lead to an Economic Windfall?
New York Magazine
July 16, 2015
Jamsheed Choksy’s thoughts on the Iran deal and potential economic opportunities

Money trumps fear in reactions to West’s nuclear accord with Iran
The Conversation
July 16, 2015
Jamsheed Choksy co-authors article with Carol Choksy making a point about economic interests in the nuclear deal with Iran

Iran nuclear deal:  had Rouhani’s reform movement arrived?
The Sydney Morning Herald
July 16, 2015
Jamsheed Choksy says the Iran nuclear deal will help open up Iran

Scholars say deal with Iran a step toward trust
The Herald Times
July 15, 2015
Faculty, Dean Lee Feinstein say the nuclear deal is not perfect, but a positive step

So We Have a Deal with Iran. Now What?
Real Clear World
July 14, 2015
Jamsheed Choksy writes about what’s next now that the Iran deal has been reached 

A new weapon of Islamist extremists is…poetry?
The Conversation
July 13, 2015
Chair of Near Eastern Languages and Culture Asma Afsaruddin writes that Islamic extremists are taking advantage of the ingrained culture of poetry 

Lugar, Hamilton Talk Political Civility at Lieutenant Governor’s Conference
WFYI Radio
July 10, 2015
Professors of practice Richard Lugar and Lee Hamilton discuss political civility at Indianapolis conference

POINT OF VIEW/ Adam P. Liff and Andrew S. Erickson: Japan-China crisis management--the urgent need for Air-Sea Contact Mechanism
The Asahi Shimbun (Japan)
July 9, 2015
Adam Liff co-author’s op-ed on Japanese-China relationship

Iran and the West do not want to break up, although they shout at each other
Pravda
July 9, 2015
Jamsheed Choksy discusses the latest developments in the Iran Talks

Tully:  Sen. Lugar is out of office, but full of ideas
The Indianapolis Star
July 6, 2015
Columnist Matthew Tully visits with SGIS distinguished scholar and professor of practice Richard Lugar

Despite Growing Tensions, US Must Move Forward on Cooperation with China
The World Post
June 30, 2015
SGIS Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton writes on the need to come together despite differences

Numerous construction projects planned at Indiana University
WISHTV.com
June 25, 2015
Article notes the continuing progress of the global studies building, home of SGIS

IU Boosting Korean Focus
Inside Indiana Business
June 25, 2015
The School’s new appointments focusing on Korea and East Asia subject of story

IU’s global studies building nearly ready
The Herald Times
June 25, 2015
A full gallery online of building pics in the new home of SGIS

Republican Presidential Candidates Refuse Scrutiny of 2016 Campaign Funding
Sputnik International
June 23, 2015
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

EUA debatem envoi de tropas contra EI (article in Portuguese)
Estadão
May 23, 2015
Professor Jamsheed Choksy comments

U.S. Foreign Policy for an Evolving World
The World Post
May 20, 2015
Article by Rep. Lee Hamilton, SGIS Distinguished scholar

Losing Ramadi to ISIL again and what it means for the US and Iraq
Al Jazeera America
May 18, 2015
Interview with Ambassador Istrabadi, Director of the Center for the Study of the Middle East

China and India react to Nepal quake
WBEZ’s Worldview
May 4, 2015
Interview with Professor Sumit Ganguly

Japan and U.S. Set New Rules for Military Cooperation
The New York Times
April 28, 2015
Professor Adam Liff is cited

U.S., Japan to unveil new defense guidelines amid China’s rise
Reuters
April 27, 2015
Professor Adam Liff is cited

Japan, U.S. Hail Tighter Alliance as China Military Might Grows
Bloomberg
April 27, 2015
Professor Adam Liff is cited

Russia, Not Donbas’ Character is Responsible for the War—Hiroaki Kuromiya
Hromadske International
April 29, 2015
Interview with Professor Hiroaki Kuromiya

US Prof talks about his book ‘Freedom and Terror in the Donbas’
Ukraine Today
April 25, 2015
Interview with Professor Hiroaki Kuromiya

Ukraine: 25 Years of Revolution
Interchange
March 31, 2015
Dr. Sarah Phillips, Dr. Padraic Kenney, and Polina Vlasenko comment

“Britain and the EU: In or Out?”
BBC Newshour Extra
April 17, 2015
Dean Lee Feinstein, comments

“Lifting Iran Sanctions Will Take Months”
April 7, 2015
AZERNEWS
Professor Jamsheed Choksy

“So We Have a Framework Deal with Iran: What Now?”
April 3, 2015
Real Clear World
Professor Jamsheed Choksy with Carol Choksy

“If a deal is done, would Iran cheat?”
March 30, 2015
CNN
Professor Jamsheed Choksy with Carol Choksy

“What to Do About the Putin Problem?”
March 16, 2015
Huffington Post
Op-ed by former U.S. Congressman Lee H. Hamilton, a distinguished scholar in SGIS

“To Win the War on Terror, We Must Win the War of Ideas”
February 20, 2015
Huffington Post
Op-ed by former U.S. Congressman Lee H. Hamilton, a distinguished scholar in SGIS

“Murder of Jordanian pilot will backfire on ISIS, former Iraqi diplomat says”
February 4, 2015
Fox News 
Video interview with Amb. Feisal Istrabadi, professor of practice in SGIS

“Obama and Modi Aim to Strengthen U.S.-India Ties”
January 26, 2015
NPR Here & Now
Comments from Professor Sumit Ganguly

“Groundswell Chooses Democracy in Sri Lanka”
January 11, 2015
The New York Times 
Comments from Professor Sumit Ganguly

“Using Cash and Pressure, China Builds Its Chip Industry”
October 26, 2014
The New York Times
Scott Kennedy, associate professor and director of the Research Center for Chinese Politics at IU, comments

“Are We Safer Now? Yes, But Not as Much as We Could Be”
October 22, 2014
Huffington Post
Op-ed by former U.S. Congressman Lee H. Hamilton, a distinguished scholar in SGIS

“Holding the Jihadist Puppet Masters Accountable”
October 14, 2014
Real Clear World
Op-ed co-authored by Professor Jamsheed Choksy

“Intel Gains a New Ally in China’s Chip Wars – Beijing”
October 14, 2014
Reuters
Associate Professor Scott Kennedy comments

“Only an End to the Civil War in Syria Will Solve the Problem”
October 9, 2014
The New York Times
Op-ed by Abdalrazzaq Moaz, the former Syrian deputy minister of culture and director general of Antiquities and Museums, is a visiting scholar at Indiana University

“Only If They Break Free of the Past”
October 3, 2014
The Indian Express
Op-ed by Professor Sumit Ganguly

“India's New Prime Minister's State Visit ”
September 30, 2014
Background Briefing with Ian Masters
Interview with Professor Sumit Ganguly

“Modi: Forging New Relationships with Washington ”
September 30, 2014
YaleGlobal Online
Op-ed by Professor Sumit Ganguly

“Adobe Shuts Down Research & Development Operations in China ”
September 28, 2014
China Topix
Scott Kennedy, associate professor and director of the Research Center for Chinese Politics at IU, comments

“In U.S., Modi Has His Work Cut Out: Sort Out Issues to Get a Partnership Going ”
September 26, 2014
The Indian Express
Sumit Ganguly, professor and director of the Center on American and Global Security at IU, comments

“An Internet Where Nobody Says Anything ”
September 25, 2014
Foreign Policy
Associate Professor Elliot Sperling and Associate Professor Gardner Bovingdon comment/p>

“U.S. Expresses ‘Deep Concern' Over Uighur Scholar's Life Sentence ”
September 24, 2014
Voice of America
Associate Professor Gardner Bovingdon comments

“Groups Call for Release of Chinese Dissident with IU Ties”
September 24, 2014
Indiana Public Media
Associate Professor Elliot Sperling comments

“Iraq: Whatever Happened to Mission Accomplished?”
September 24, 2014
Radio Australia
Amb. Feisal Istrabadi, professor of practice in SGIS, comments

“Scholar with IU Ties Sentenced to Life in Chinese Prison”
September 24, 2014
The Bloomington Herald Times
Associate Professor Elliot Sperling comments

“China Gives Moderate Uighur Scholar Life in Prison on Charge of Advocating Separatism”
September 23, 2014
The Washington Post
Associate Professor Elliot Sperling comments

“U.S. Applauds Afghan Unity Government”
September 22, 2014
Voice of America
Professor Nasif Shahrani comments

“Afghanistan at the Brink Again: A Long-Term Solution to a Growing Crisis”
September 21, 2014
Los Angeles Review of Books
Essay by Professor M. Nazif Shahrani

“IU President Michael McRobbie to Travel to Turkey”
September 19, 2014
The Bloomington Herald Times
President McRobbie traveled to Turkey as part of IU's international engagement strategy

“The President and the Congress Should Work Together on Military Intervention”
September 18, 2014
Epoch Times
Op-ed by SGIS Distinguished Scholar and former U.S. Congressman Lee Hamilton

“Uighur Scholar Ilham Tohti Goes on Trial in China on Separatist Charges”
September 17, 2014
The New York Times
Associate Professor Elliot Sperling comments

“Each Country Does Need to Dissuade Its Citizens from Joining IS”
September 15, 2014
News.Az (Azerbaijan News)
Interview of Professor Jamsheed Choksy

“IU Experts Say Obama Chose Right Time to Act Against Islamic State”
September 12, 2014
The Bloomington Herald Times
Professor Jamsheed Choksy and Amb. Feisal Istrabadi, professor of practice in SGIS, comment

“Reality Killed Obama's Hope to End U.S. Military Entanglements”
September 10, 2014
The Sacramento Bee
Former U.S. Congressman and SGIS Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton comments

“KKK-Style Hate, Ignorance Fuel IS Terrorists, Experts Say”
September 9, 2014
WDAM
Assistant Professor Eren Tatari comments

“India ‘Overwhelmed' by Instensity of Monsoon Floods”
September 9, 2014
Deutsche Welle
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

“Can the Islamic State Group Be Destroyed?”
September 8, 2014
PBS NewsHour
Amb. Feisal Istrabadi, professor of practice in SGIS, participates in the discussion

“The U.S. Needs to Define Its Objective, Enlist International Support in Fight Against ISIS Threat”
September 5, 2014
Huffington Post
Op-ed by former U.S. Congressman and SGIS Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton

“Islamic State Beheadings Sow Fear, Prompt Revulsion Among Muslims”
September 4, 2014
The Japan Times
Professor Asma Afsaruddin comments

“World Against Russia: Can NATO Solve the Putin Problem?”
September 3, 2014
NBC News
Amb. Lee Feinstein, founding dean of SGIS, comments

“IU Global and International Studies' First Dean Takes on Year of Transition”
September 2, 2014
The Bloomington Herald Times
Interview with Amb. Lee Feinstein, founding dean of SGIS

“New School Names 1st Associate Dean”
August 25, 2014
The Bloomington Herald Times
Announcement of Professor Russ Hanson named associate dean for SGIS

“Instead of Crying about Pak to U.S., India Should Bolster Its Counter-Terrorism Capabilities”
August 23, 2014
Zee Media
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

“To Defeat the Islamic State, the U.S. May Have to Arm Sunnis”
August 19, 2014
Newsweek
Amb. Feisal Istrabadi, a professor of practice in SGIS, comments

“Obama Administration Caught Off Guard by Isalmist Threat in Iraq”
August 13, 2014
The Washington Times
Professor Asma Afsaruddin comments

“Meet the Political Scientist Who Thinks the Spread of Nuclear Weapons Prevents War”
August 21, 2014
Vox
Interview with Professor Sumit Ganguly

“International Community, Including U.S., Must Do More to Stop Ebola Outbreak”
August 19, 2014
Huffington Post
Op-ed by former U.S. Congressman and SGIS Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton

“No Winners in Unhinged, Disintegrating Syria”
August 19, 2014
World Affairs
Op-ed co-authored by Professor Jamsheed Choksy

“As World Boils, Fingers Point Obama's Way”
August 15, 2014
The New York Times
Former U.S. Congressman and SGIS Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton comments

“Analyst: Modi ‘compelled' to Take Tougher Stance on Pakistan”
August 13, 2014
Deutsche Welle
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

“Modi Bets the Farm”
August 12, 2014
Foreign Affairs
Op-ed co-authored by Professor Sumit Ganguly

“China's Energetic Enforcement of Antitrust Rules Alarms Foreign Firms”
August 10, 2014
The New York Times
Associate Professor Scott Kennedy, director of the Research Center for Chinese Politics & Business, comments

“U.S. Airstrikes Aim to Rescue Iraq”
August 8, 2014
The Star
Amb. Feisal Istrabadi, professor of practice in SGIS, comments

“Does the Current U.S. Military Intervention Underestimate the Islamic State?”
August 8, 2014
PBS NewsHour
Amb. Feisal Istrabadi, professor of practice in SGIS, appears on the show

“India and China Vying for Energy Resources in Nepal”
August 5, 2014
Deutsche Welle
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

“Protecting Our Children is a Priority”
July 23, 2014
The Bloomington Herald Times
Op-ed by Professor Maria Bucur-Deckard

“Abdullah Declares Himself Winner in Disputed Afghan Election”
July 8, 2014
Big News Network
Professor Nazif Shahrani comments

“China Denies Entry to an American Scholar Who Spoke Up for a Uighur Colleague”
July 7, 2014
The New York Times
Associate Professor Elliot Sperling and Associate Professor Gardner Bovingdon

“The Eastern Wall”
June 28, 2014
The Economist
Professor Padraic Kenney comments

“Defeat ISIS, But Let Iraq Split”
June 25, 2014
World Affair
Op-ed co-authored by Professor Jamsheed Choksy

Situation in Iraq
June 19, 2014
CBC News Now
Professor of Practice Feisal Istrabadi is interviewed

Deteriorating Security Situation in Iraq
June 18, 2014
BBC World News
Professor of Practice Feisal Istrabadi is interviewed

“Former Iraqi Diplomat Weighs in on Crisis in Iraq”
June 17, 2014
Here & Now (NPR)
Professor of Practice Feisal Istrabadi is interviewed

“Iraq: A Dream Showcase for the ISIS Brand”
June 16, 2014
Buzzfeed
Professor of Practice Feisal Istrabadi comments

“Iraq: A Nightmare Coming True?”
June 16, 2014
The Takeaway
Professor of Practice Feisal Istrabadi is interviewed

“Militants’ Gains in Iraq Pose Threat of Broad Regional Ramifications”
June 14, 2014
LA Times
Professor of Practice Feisal Istrabadi comments

“ISIS: The Greatest Terror Threat Since Osama bin Laden”
June 14, 2014
Real Clear World
Op-ed co-authored by Professor Jamsheed Choksy

“Sunnis, Shi’ites and Kurds Leap into Battle in Iraq, Risking a Split”
June 13, 2014
Time
Professor of Practice Feisal Istrabadi comments

“Chinese ‘Terrorists’ on Trial for Deadly Tiananmen Attack”
June 13, 2014
The Telegraph
Associate Professor Gardner Bovingdon comments

“Any U.S. Military Action in Iraq Must Consider the Country’s Sectarian
Politics” June 12, 2014
PRI’s The World
Professor of Practice Feisal Istrabadi comments

“Iraq Faces Existential Crisis as Sunni Insurgency Gains Ground”
June 12, 2014
PBS NewsHour
Professor of Practice Feisal Istrabadi is interviewed

“After Seizing Iraqi Cities and Towns, al-Qaida Inspired Group Vows to March on Baghdad”
June 12, 2014
Associated Press
Professor of Practice Feisal Istrabadi comments

“Emerging Markets: Investing in India”
June 11, 2014
U.S. News & World Report
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

“ India’s Missing Right: What the BJP’s Victory Says about Indian Politics ”
June 6, 2014
Foreign Affairs
Op-ed by Professor Sumit Ganguly

“Hoosiers Show the Way in US-China Academic Exchanges”
June 2, 2014
China Daily USA
IU Goes to Asia – Presidential Trip 2014

“In China, Women’s Progress is a Great Leap to Nowhere”
June 2, 2014
Arizona Daily Star
Professor Scott Kennedy comments

“Terror Attacks in China Take an Alarming Turn”
May 30, 2014
NPR Morning Edition
Associate Professor Gardner Bovingdon comments

“Opinion: An India-Pakistan Rapprochement in the Works?”
May 28, 2014
Wall Street Journal Live
Professor Sumit Ganguly discusses Prime Minister Narenda Modi’s outreach to Pakistan

“The Everyman’s Guide to the Ukrainian Election”
May 27, 2014
US News & World Report
Professor Padraic Kenney comments

“Politburo Vows to Improve Living Standards in Xinjiang”
May 27, 2014
The New York Times: Sinsosphere
Associate Professor Gardner Bovingdon comments

“What Barriers Prevent Reconciliation Between India and Pakistan?”
May 27, 2014
PBS Newshour
Professor Sumit Ganguly is a guest

“Former U.S. Outcast Modi Inherits Trade Tension: Corporate India”
May 27, 2014
Bloomberg News
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

“New Indian Prime Minister Inherits Trade Tension with U.S.”
May 26, 2013
The Seattle Times
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

“Q & A: Gardner Bovingdon on Uighur Discontent and China’s Choices”
May 23, 2014
The New York Times: Sinosphere
A Q & A with Associate Professor Gardner Bovingdon

“Priorities of India’s Next Prime Minister”
May 21, 2014
CCTV America
Professor Sumit Ganguly is a guest

“What Will Narenda Modi’s Foreign Policy Be Like?”
May 20, 2014
BBC News India
Op-ed by Professor Sumit Ganguly

“Modi and the United States”
May 20, 2014
Ballots and Bullets
Professor Sumit Ganguly blog post for the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham

“IU Leaders’ Asian Itinerary Includes China, Vietnam”
May 19, 2014
Bloomington Herald-Times
IU President Michael McRobbie leads a university delegation to Asia

“Viewpoints: How Will Modi Affect US-India Relations?”
May 16, 2014
BBC News
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

“Burning Photos Set 17-Year-Old Modi on Path to Peak of Indian Leadership”
May 16, 2014
Bloomberg News
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

“Can India’s Next Prime Minister Deliver on Economic Promises?”
May 16, 2014
PBS Newshour
Professor Sumit Ganguly is a guest

“Food Sovereignty in Neoliberal Peru”
May 14, 2014
Huffington Post
Thesis blog post by SGIS and SPEA student Alexandra Toledo

“Modi Calls for Indian Unity as Exit Polls Signal He Will Take Power”
May 13, 2014
Bloomberg News
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

“India Votes in Final Phase of Election”
May 12, 2014
CCTV America
An interview with Professor Sumit Ganguly

“China Faces Widening Threat of Attacks”
May 8, 2014
Voice of America
Associate Professor Gardner Bovingdon comments

“Modi In-Laws Laud Mention of India Teen Bride After Decades”
May 8, 2014
Bloomberg Businessweek
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

“Nigerian Immigrants Struggle with British Identity”
May 5, 2014
Huffington Post
Op-ed by SGIS student Victor Obasaju

“A Uighur Father’s Brave Fight”
May 4, 2014
The New York Times
Op-ed by Jewher Ilham, a student in Indiana University’s Intensive English Program

“Bill Gates Urges China’s Richest to Give to Charity in People’s Daily Article”
April 28, 2014
South China Morning Post
Professor Scott Kennedy comments

“China’s Growth Slows to 7.4 Percent”
April 16, 2014
Voice of America
Professor Scott Kennedy comments

“Ready to Join the International Community?”
April 16, 2014
The American Spectator
Professor Jamsheed Choksy comments

“Indiana Students Bring Literacy to Rwanda”
April 11, 2014
Big Ten Network
Features students from the Global Village who participated in the Books and Beyond program

“IU Program Exposing Youngsters to Less Commonly Taught Languages”
April 10, 2014
Bloomington Herald-Times
Features the Center for the Study of Global Change

“India 2014 Elections: How Does China View The Political Campaign of Its Neighbor and Rival?”
April 9, 2014
International Business Times
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

“Achieving Long-Term Stability in Ukraine is Key to Navigating Watershed Moment in East-West Relations”
April 4, 2014
Huffington Post
Op-ed by SGIS Distinguished Scholar and former U.S. Congressman Lee Hamilton

“’Aladdin’ on Broadway Faces Backlash from Arab-Americans”
April 2, 2014
Huffington Post
Professor Hasan El-Shamy comments

“Where the Boys Are: Vastly Underrepresented, Indian Women Demanding Greater Participation in Politics”
April 1, 2014
International Business Times
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

“Put Energy at Top of Obama’s Europe Agenda”
March 25, 2014
The National Interest
Op-ed by SGIS Dean-Designee and former U.S. Ambassador to Poland Lee A. Feinstein

“Obama Seeks Summit in Europe to Address Russia”
March 18, 2014
The Sacramento Bee
SGIS Distinguished Scholar and former U.S. Congressman Lee Hamilton comments

“India 2014 Elections: Narendra Modi, Israel’s Best Friend in South Asia”
March 17, 2014
International Business Times
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

“Cheers and Jeers Greet Crimea’s Vote for Russia”
March 16, 2014
The Star (Toronto)
Ed Lazzerini, Director of both the Sinor Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies and the Inner Asian and Uralic National Research Center, comments

"Why Poland Cares So Much About Ukraine"
March 9, 2014
The New York Times
Op-ed by Professor Padraic Kenney

"Ukraine Crisis Upends West's View of Russian President Vladimir Putin"
March 6, 2014
LA Times
SGIS Dean-Designee Lee A. Feinstein, former ambassador to Poland, comments

"To Blunt Russia, Time for American Natural Gas Diplomacy"
March 5, 2014
Reuters
Op-ed by SGIS Dean-Designee Lee A. Feinstein, former ambassador to Poland

"India's 2014 Elections: Who Will Muslims Vote For?"
March 5, 2014
International Business Times
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments

"Africa is Not a Country"
March 3, 2014
zócalo
Associate Professor Marissa Moorman

"Why China Compares Kunming Station Terror Attack to 9/11"
March 3, 2014
The Christian Science Monitor
Associate Professor Gardner Bovingdon comments

"Watch Your Tongue: Language Controversy One of Fundamental Conflicts in Ukraine"
March 3, 2014
International Business Times
Visiting Lecturer Svitlana Melnyk comments

"The Truth About the Ukraine Crisis is History Doesn't Really Matter that Much"
March 3, 2014
History News Network
Interview with Professor Padraic Kenney

"China's State Planning Body Grows More Assertive as Revamp Looms"
March 3, 2014
Reuters
Professor Scott Kennedy comments

"Ambassador Lee A. Feinstein on BBC World"
March 2, 2014
BBC World
SGIS Dean-Designee Lee A. Feinstein, former ambassador to Poland, comments on what Russia may do next in Ukraine

"Ukraine's Future"
February 28, 2014
The National Interest
Op-ed by SGIS Dean-Designee Lee A. Feinstein, former ambassador to Poland

"Ukraine Girls Really Knock Me Out: Women Playing Crucial Roles in Euro-Maidan Protests"
February 28, 2014
International Business Times
Professor Sarah Phillips comments on the role of women in Ukrainian demonstrations

"Crimea: 3 Things to Know About Ukraine's Latest Hot Spot"
February 26, 2014
NPR – parallels
Professor Padraic Kenney comments on Crimea's history

"For Vladimir Putin, Medals Aren't Only Potential Prize at Sochi Olympics"
February 5, 2014
Miami Herald
Professor Dina Spechler comments

"Britain Says It Had a Role in 1984 India Temple Raid"
February 4, 2014
Asharq Al-Awsat
Professor Sumit Ganguly comments on Britain's acknowledgement

"The Cold Truths About America's Foreign Policy Vortex"
January 29, 2014
Huffington Post
Op-ed by former U.S. Congressman and SGIS Distinguished Scholar Lee H. Hamilton

“India’s Two Futures: The Upcoming Election is More than an Ideological Showdown”
January 22, 2014
Foreign Affairs
Professor Sumit Ganguly op-ed

"No Black and White Victory for Russia in Ukraine Deal"
December 23, 2013
The National Interest
Op-ed by SGIS Dean Designee Lee A. Feinstein, former ambassador to Poland

“In China, U.S. Tech Firms Weigh ‘Snowden Effect’”
January 21, 2014
WHTC(Holland, Michigan)
Associate Professor Scott Kennedy

“The Heroes of 1989”
January 15, 2014
Boston Globe
Professor Padraic Kenney op-ed discusses 25th anniversary of democratic revolutions in Eastern Europe.

“Maid in Manhattan”
December 23, 2013
Foreign Policy
Professor Sumit Ganguly op-ed focusing on the domestic help in the Indian diplomatic scandal 

“Top Foreign Policy Challenge Heading Into 2014? It’s China”
December 20, 2013
Huffington Post
Op-ed by former U.S. Congressman and SGIS Distinguished Scholar Lee H. Hamilton

“Indian Reaction to Diplomat’s Arrest: Mix of Cold War Legacy and Politics?”
December 19, 2013
CNN.com
Professor Sumit Ganguly

“India’s Fury over the Treatment of its Diplomat in New York”
December 18, 2013
Background Briefing with Ian Masters
Professor Sumit Ganguly

“A Region Totters Toward Democracy, Gathering Momentum”
November 27, 2013
New York Times
Professor Sumit Ganguly on democracy in South Asia

“The Iran/U.S. Agreement Makes Middle East Peace Far From Realistic”
November 26, 2013
Forbes
Op-ed by Professor Jamsheed Choksy

“Obama Gives Richard Lugar the Medal of Freedom”
November 21, 2013
The Washington Post
Former U.S. Senator and SGIS Professor of Practice Richard Lugar receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom

“Only U.S. Can Secure a Nuclear Deal with Iran”
November 11, 2013
Real Clear World
Professor Jamsheed Choksy op-ed

“The End of India’s Sovereignty Hawks?”
November 7, 2013
Foreign Policy
Professor Sumit Ganguly op-ed

“Professor Steps Up Effort to Improve Students’ Chinese”
November 4, 2013
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Professor Yea-Fen Chen

“What the Tiananmen Square Attack Reveals about China’s Security State”
November 1, 2013
The Christian Science Monitor
Associate Professor Gardner Bovingdon

“China Targets Uyghurs after Deadly Tiananmen Square Incident”
October 30, 2013
Radio Australia
Associate Professor Gardner Bovingdon

“The Impasse Between the U.S. and Iran”
October 4, 2013
World Policy
Professor Jamsheed Choksy op-ed