Garčević Discusses International Influences in the Balkans
In an interview with Al Jazeera Balkans, Ambassador Vesko Garčević, Professor of the Practice of International Relations at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies, discussed Russia’s influence in the Balkans, the role of other external actors (the US and the European Union) in the region, and the political situation in Montenegro and Bosnia…
Gallagher Comments on World Bank Candidate
Kevin Gallagher, Professor of Global Development Policy at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies and Director of the Global Development Policy Center (GDP Center), commented on the new candidate for the World Bank, Ajay Banga, and the implications of the United States nominating him in the Global Insider Newsletter from Politico. This portion of the newsletter,…
Miller Publishes Column on U.S.-China Relations
“If left to continue on its current course, [U.S.-China relations] will have catastrophic results for the rest of the world.”
Stern Discusses Capitol Siege, Motivation, and What’s Next
Professor Stern discussed whether the January 6 attack on the Capitol was an act of terrorism, what motivated those behind the attack, and what she feels can be done to prevent further violence.
Najam Discusses Capitol Siege with International Media
Dean Najam called out the ever growing divide between political ideologies and the seemingly broken political environment in the U.S., which he has previously referred to as “The Angst of America.”
Selin Quoted Discussing Biden Approach to Climate Change
On climate change, Biden “will have to balance that imperative against what he can actually expect to accomplish.”
Miller Discusses U.S.-India Relations Under Biden in Hindustan Times
“A Biden administration will not particularly change the relationship. And, in many ways, it may even come out stronger.”
Lukes Discusses Biden’s “Defeat in Victory” in Interview
Professor Lukes discussed the United States presidential election and the challenges that both President Trump and President-elect Biden will soon face.
Najam Describes American Political Divide In Dawn Op-Ed
“It had become commonplace to describe America as divided…Maybe angst is a better word to describe the state of this Union”
Schmidt Publishes Article on the Dangers to American Democracy
“The US is certainly a divided country today… but those divides have been building for a very long time.”
Garčević Publishes Op-Ed on Future U.S./Balkan Relations
“Americans are not fixers by default. It is an illusion, and reflects a failure to take responsibility, to expect others to fix all your problems.”
Garčević Discusses U.S. Election & Foreign Policy with PRVA TV
Ambassador Garčević discussed U.S. presidential campaigns, predicted election results, and the future of the country’s foreign policy under a new administration.