Rajan Menon writes about broaching the subject of peace negotiations. "The notion that offering proposals for ending the war betrays Kyiv and aids Moscow is absurd. We need constructive discussions about diplomatic solutions."
Political scientist Robert Shapiro comments on Larry Elder's possible run at the Republican nomination, stating he risks "being overshadowed by too many others in the GOP. "
On October 29, the Raj Center on Indian Economic Policies hosted the ‘India at 75′ Conference, where Taranjit Singh Sandhu, India’s Ambassador to the US, delivered the keynote address.
In an essay in the National Interest, Stuart Gottlieb writes about the liberal world order and how "pressure is clearly building toward a moment of exacting change in world politics."
Kumar, the company's current VP of engineering, will become chief technology officer on January 1. She joined the company after graduating from SIPA.
Karen Young comments on bi-partisan efforts to enact NOPEC (No Oil Producing and Exporting Cartels.) “This is popular. American sentiment is anti-Saudi... NOPEC would be harder to veto than in the past.”
On Oct. 21, SIPA hosted the Saving Journalism conference. One panel focused on tales and tips for getting Big Tech to pay for news, using Australia as an example— these are some of the excerpts from the presentation.
Sheila Grudem MIA ’94 reflects on her career with the World Food Programme.
"Pariah status is a powerful motivator in foreign affairs." Alexander Cooley of the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies writes about 'The Power of Stigma' (with co-author Brooke Harrington).
Robert Shapiro discusses Joe Biden's midterm election messaging, "He can talk about the economy being strong in terms of employment...But the bad news gets more attention than the good news, and the inflation rate is extraordinarily high."