In The Media

China’s cultural crackdown: few areas untouched as Xi reshapes society

September 10, 2021

Michel Hockx, director of the Keough School’s Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies, explores China’s tightening restrictions on popular culture. “On the one hand, […]

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To engage the Taliban, the US needs an honest debate on Sharia law

August 25, 2021

Mahan Mirza, executive director of the Keough School’s Ansari Institute for Global Engagement with Religion, highlights the need for radical empathy and religious engagement as […]

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To end war in Afghanistan, Taliban demand Afghan president’s removal

August 12, 2021

David Cortright, director of the Keough School’s Global Policy Initiative, and Madhav Joshi, associate research professor, chart a path for a peace agreement in Afghanistan […]

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This is how irregular migration between Central America and the US would be fixed, according to an expert

June 24, 2021

In a conversation with GloboEconomía, Senior Associate at the Keough School’s Pulte Institute for Global Development Tom Hare highlights long term solutions to irregular migration from […]

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Waiving patents isn’t enough—we need technology transfer to defeat COVID

May 13, 2021

Global Affairs Professors Tamara Kay and Susan Ostermann call for technology sharing to beat COVID-19 in an op-ed for The Hill. “It is in the interest […]

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Rebels with a business cause

May 11, 2021

Public Radio International features new research by Assistant Professor of Politics and Global Affairs Rachel Sweet. Sweet investigates business dealings between the Rally for Congolese […]

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US sees genocides against Uyghurs and Armenians but consistency elusive

April 28, 2021

Ernesto Verdeja, associate professor of political science and peace studies, analyzes the United States Government’s recent declarations of genocide against the Uyghurs in China and […]

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Making teamwork work

April 7, 2021

Instructors shouldn’t assume students know how to work in teams, argues Keough School Associate Professor of the Practice Steve Reifenberg in an op-ed for Inside […]

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Beijing’s schadenfreude over the Capitol riots conceals deep anxiety

March 24, 2021

Associate Professor of Politics Joshua Eisenman analyzes China’s response to the Capitol Hill insurrection in an op-ed for Foreign Policy.  “China’s rhetoric reflects a deep-seated—if unspoken—anxiety […]

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China proposes teaching masculinity to boys as state is alarmed by changing gender roles

March 5, 2021

Associate Professor of Politics Joshua Eisenman comments on China’s new proposal to teach masculinity to boys in an NBC News article. “What concerns me most about this […]