The U.S. and U.K. Have the Same Affliction: A Crisis at the Top

Jun 09, 2017
The U.S. and U.K. Have the Same Affliction: A Crisis at the Top

In his latest post for Foreign Policy's Elephants in the Room, Executive Director Will Inboden argues that yesterday's two political events--Former FBI Director Comey's testimony and the British General Election--represent "a transatlantic crisis of leadership." 

Trump v. Kim: A Test of Wills Over the Korean Peninsula

Jun 09, 2017

Associate Director Paul D. Miller writes for Kings College London's "Defense in Depth" blog about the foreign policy dilemma on the Korean Peninsula for President Trump. 

Rethinking Cold War Burma

Apr 28, 2017

Predoctoral Fellow Cindy Ewing writes for the Wilson Center about Burma’s foreign policy during the Cold War. 

Chemical Weapons Aren’t the Real Problem in Syria

Apr 18, 2017

In Foreign Policy, Associate Director Paul D. Miller argues against enforcing a global ban on the use of chemical weapons.

With Syria chemical attack, another Obama foreign policy deal fails hard

Apr 13, 2017

Associate Director Paul D. Miller argues in The Hill that policymakers and scholars should pay renewed attention to the 2013 agreement under President Obama whereby Syria agreed to let the UN monitor its chemical weapons. 

Graduate Fellow writes for Foreign Policy

Apr 10, 2017

Graduate Fellow Emily Whalen writes for Foreign Policy about the influences behind President Trump's foreign policy decisions in the Middle East.