Stern Discusses Capitol Rioters on All Things Considered
“We often see people getting drawn into joining extremist groups at moments when they’re feeling confused about their identity or they’ve experienced a status loss.”
Heine Discusses China’s COVID-19 Vacine Sales with NPR
“What you have is a situation in which…there are strong links with China…I would argue that the vaccines are part of that great presence.”
Najam on WBUR on Challenges of Remote Teaching
Dean Adil Najam speaks to WBUR on the move to online teaching because of COVID-19. It has worked well till now, he says; but the challenges are not trivial.
Shifrinson Interviewed on Saudi Arabia Oil Attacks
Prof. Joshua Shifrinson was interviewed for an article on the recent Saudi Arabia oil attacks that also featured his research.
Najam on WBUR’s Radio Open Source on Bolton and Iran
Dean Adil Najam discusses U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton’s strategy on Iran as well as a possible Saudi, Israeli and U.S. coalition against Iran.
Najam on NPR’s On Point on India-Pakistan Tension
Dean Adil Najam was interviewed on NPR’s On Point the recent spike in tension between India and Pakistan.
Gallagher Publishes Op-Ed on China as a Development Bank
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher explores how China has become the world’s largest development bank.
Berger on NPR’s On Point on Japan and North Korea
Prof. Thomas Berger discusses the tough diplomatic and military challenges Japan currently faces with North Korea.
Berger on NPR on Political Implications of Berlin Attack
Prof. Thomas Berger discusses the political implications of the recent attack on a Berlin Christmas market.
Fewsmith on All Things Considered on Xi’s Anticorruption Campaign
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discusses the anticorruption campaign of Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Stern on NPR’s RadioBoston: ISIS and the Brussels Attacks
Prof. Jessica Stern discusses ISIS’s claims of responsibility for the Brussels terror attacks.
Slideshow: BU Remembers Peshawar
The “Free At Last” Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Sculpture at Boston University’s Marsh Chapel has been transformed into a memorial for the more than 140 people killed in a Dec. 16 Taliban attack on a school in Peshawar, Pakistan.