In The Media

Many of Colombia’s ex-rebel fighters rearm and turn to illegal drug trade

May 19, 2020

Research by the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies was cited in an NPR article about Colombian ex-rebels taking up arms despite the Colombian peace treaty. […]

In The Media

Beijing is pushing the Taiwanese toward independence hard and fast

May 18, 2020

Joshua Eisenman, associate professor of global affairs, and Sean King, (MBA ’99) detail China’s unification policy towards Taiwan in a Foreign Policy op-ed. “The rigidity […]

Toward a new internationalism

May 4, 2020

As we continue our isolation at home, haunted by messages of vulnerability and gloom, we ask ourselves: How will this end? What will the future […]

A pandemic of bungling and mismanagement: Lessons from Ebola

April 29, 2020

As CEO of a humanitarian organization you regularly witness tragedy, ingenuity, and heroism as well as fear, ignorance, uncertainty, and incompetence. You also learn some […]

In The Media

Using the coronavirus to keep out immigrants will hurt the economy

April 24, 2020

Erin B. Corcoran, executive director of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, details the economic impacts of President Trump’s recent immigration restrictions in an […]

The Big Reveal

April 22, 2020

Let us consider the anxiety and fear felt by countless individuals and families uncertain of their future and vulnerable to hunger, disease, and isolation. Or, […]

In The Media

Pope Francis and the US bishops are correct: We cannot engage in a new nuclear arms race

April 16, 2020

David Cortright, director of policy studies at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, examines the Trump administration’s nuclear disarmament policy and its potential repercussions […]