Beloved professor to more than 12,000 BU students, colleague, and friend Prof. Michael Corgan died on November 20, 2018.
Prof. Michael Corgan discusses the recent violent acts across the United States, and how these might influence the country’s upcoming elections.
Prof. Michael Corgan discusses a Somerville cybersecurity firm that uncovered an attempt to sell sensitive U.S. military documents on the dark web.
Prof. Michael Corgan participated in a panel entitled “National Strategies and Future Arctic Policies.”
Prof. Michael Corgan discusses Russian President Vladimir Putin’s landslide re-election victory, and what his win means for Russia, the U.S. and the Middle East.
Prof. Michael Corgan discusses the victory of United States forces over ISIS in the terrorist group’s de facto Syrian capital of Raqqa.
Prof. Michael Corgan discusses the strong foothold of the military in President Donald Trump’s administration.
Prof. Michael Corgan how the military leadership skills of Gen. John Kelly, President Donald Trump’s new chief of staff, could prove crucial to Trump’s long term success.
Prof. Michael Corgan discusses the struggles of President Donald Trump to achieve policy victories in the early months of his presidency.
Prof. Michael Corgan moderated a panel at the Arctic VI Conference at Tufts University.
Prof. Michael Corgan discusses sanctions announced by President Barack Obama against Russia.
Prof. Michael Corgan discusses the effect Donald Trump could have on the ongoing conflicts in the Middle East.
Prof. Michael Corgan discusses President-Elect Donald Trump’s tendency to keep the news media at bay during his candidacy.
Prof. Michael Corgan discusses presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s policy on Syria.
Prof. Michael Corgan presented a paper entitled “The Arctic Climate in the US Political Climate.”
Prof. Michael Corgan discusses the three factors that are most affecting the upcoming U.S. presidential election.
Prof. Michael Corgan discussed the moral obligation of the President of the United States to involve the country in conflicts overseas.
Prof. Michael Corgan discusses why NATO nations don’t always fulfill their financial obligations to the military alliance.
Corgan’s letter was published in The Economist on June 18, 2016.
Prof. Michael Corgan discussed the implications of the Panama Papers on Iceland’s Parliament.