Prof. Erik Goldstein published an article examining the innovative public diplomacy of the first United States ambassador to London.
Amb. Vesko Garcevic published an article entitled “Russia’s Soft and Sharp Power in Southeast Europe – The Russian Hybrid Influence Operation in Montenegro.”
Prof. Jayita Sarkar was awarded the 2018 McElvany Grand Prize for her article published in Nonproliferation Review.
Prof. Joseph Wippl discusses intelligence leaders in the United States, United Kingdom, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher co-edited a special issue of the journal Development and Change.
Prof. Jayita Sarkar published an article in Foreign Policy Analysis entitled “Substate Organizations as Foreign Policy Agents.”
Prof. Henrik Selin was the lead author of an article in the journal Ambio identifying areas in which researchers can support the Minamata Convention on Mercury.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discusses China’s 19th Party Congress and the subsequent sweeping changes in China’s leadership.
Prof. Julie Klinger discusses the colonial origins of our contemporary space race.
Prof. Jayita Sarkar’s article is entitled “‘It Isn’t Over Until the Fuel Cell Sings’: A Reassessment of the US and French Pledges of Nuclear Assistance in the 1970s.”
Prof. Vivien Schmidt’s article was ranked fifth of all articles published in Political Science in the Web of Science citation index between 2010-2014 (out of a total of 29,881 articles).
Prof. Fallou Ngom, Director of the African Studies Center, published a journal article on West African manuscripts and the efforts to preserve them.
The article, entitled “Putting Refugee Work Permits to Work,” was published in the Spring 2016 issue of the Middle East Report.
Prof. Vivien Schmidt’s new article in BJPIR explains neo-liberalism as the core background idea of European political economies.
Pardee School Professor Kaija Schilde published an article in the BU Law Review on the impact of private actors on national security.