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Thought Leaders Across International Fields

Our internationally acclaimed and award-winning faculty regularly publish world-class research and scholarship in books and academic journals. They also frequently contribute to current debates about some of the world’s most pressing problems. Discover how your professors are making their impact below.

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May 08, 2019

From Sanctioning Iran to War?

Article | Haider Kahn

With the recent military moves announced uncharacteristically by the White House first, the world is witnessing with grim fascination what could turn out to be the early moves towards a war against Iran.

May 07, 2019

Radicalization in the German Armed Forces and Beyond

Article | Rachel Epstein

Terrorist conspiracies hatched within the armed forces point to a problem and possible threat militaries in every democratic country must handle prudently.

April 30, 2019

If the U.S. and China Make a Trade Deal, Then What?

Article | Sam Zhao

The U.S.-China trade war has always been about more than just trade.

April 30, 2019

Sanctioning Iran: Will it work?

Article | Haider Kahn

It seems that US has just dropped the other shoe now by banning those countries still importing Iranian oil from doing so after early May.

April 24, 2019

Elections South Africa 2019: 25 Years “Post-Apartheid,” la luta continua…

Article

As South Africa prepares for general elections on May 8, the “beloved country” marks another milestone: its first 25 years post-apartheid.

April 23, 2019

Where Do Population Policies Come From? Copying in African Fertility and Refugee Policies

Published Article | Katherine Tennis

Population policies aim to alter demographic behavior, but their impact can depend on their origins.

December 03, 2015

Exploring and Shaping International Futures

Book | Barry Hughes

Understand such global trends in demographic, economic, energy, food, environmental, and socio-political systems.

#MeToo What Kind of Politics? Panel Notes

Article | Juliana Restrepo Sanin

This panel offered different perspectives on the #MeToo hashtag, the campaign/movement it ignited, and the general context in which women decide to come out with their experiences with sexual harassment and assault.