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Elizabeth Saunders in The WP Monkey Cage on Trump, Iran Deal

October 16, 2017

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Elizabeth N. Saunders, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, was recently published in The Washington Post's Moneky Cage blog on President Trump's Decision not to pull out of the Iran Deal. Her piece is entitled President Trump didn’t pull out of the Iran deal. Here’s what that says about the politics of foreign policy.

Alexander B. Downes on the CATO Institute's Power Problems Podcast

October 16, 2017

PPAlexander B. Downes, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at GW, recently was a guest on Power Problems, a foreign policy podcast presented by the CATO Institute. In this episode, Desperate Times, Desperate Measures, Professor Downes discusses civilian victimization in war.

Two Recent ISCS Alumni Publications

October 13, 2017

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Jane Vaynman, an ISCS fellow in 2013, recently published an article in the Washington Post's Monkey cage entitled, Is the U.S. about to ‘cheat’ on the Iran nuclear deal? Here’s how this could backfire and Rachel Elizabeth Whitlark, an alum from 2014, posted in the same publication; The Iran nuclear deal isn’t so great — for Iran.

Alexander B. Downes' Recent Post in the Washington Post Monkey Cage

August 01, 2017

Alexander B. Downes, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at GW, recently published a new piece in The Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog. In "Would transgender troops harm military effectiveness? Here’s what the research says", Professor Downed takes a closer look at President Trump's ban on transgender military service. 

Alexander B. Downes' New Piece in the Washington Post Monkey Cage

July 31, 2017

Alexander B. Downes, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at GW, recently published a new piece in The Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog. The Trump administration wants regime change in Iran. But regime change usually doesn’t work critiques the current Administration's Iran policy.