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Eliot A. Cohen wrote in The Atlantic, 06/01

Eliot A. Cohen wrote in The Atlantic, 05/19

Eliot A. Cohen wrote in The Atlantic, 02/28

Chiedo Nwankwor cited in Africa News, 02/14

Professor Raul Roman wrote about his investigation into Indigenous land disputes in Costa Rica.

Analysis by Hal Brands in Bloomberg, 12/06

Chiedo Nwankwor cited in Business Day, 12/05

Eliot A. Cohen wrote in The Atlantic, 10/22

Eliot A. Cohen wrote in The Atlantic, 10/09

Eliot A. Cohen wrote in The Atlantic, 10/04

Assistant Professor of Middle East Studies Narges Bajoghli wrote in Vanity Fair, 9/29

In the Washington Post, Professor Gilbert writes about the results of the Italian general elections that occurred this past weekend. He explains that Giorgia Meloni's win has brought fear to the public because, although she claims to no longer be a fascist, her political party descends from neo-fascist ideals.

Mark Gilbert gives background information and analysis in an NBC news special report on the election of Giorgia Meloni.

The Loop published an article co-authored by Professor Anghel which discusses the possibility of both Ukraine and Moldova entering the European Union despite not meeting EU membership criteria. The authors mention previous EU membership promises to the countries of the Western Balkans, however, note that there may be a difference when security of the EU is in question.

David Ellwood discusses the significant contributions Queen Elizabeth II made during her reign, and what may occur now after her passing. In his article published to the CPD Blog, he also touches on King Charles, and his possible continuation of soft power.

In a Foreign Affairs article, written by Professor Radchenko, there is discussion on what may occur to Putin in the coming years. With the turns of the war, supporters of Putin are starting to have their doubts on what lies ahead. Will he maintain his position of power? Or will there be a transition?

After Putin calls military reservists for the front lines of Ukraine and to annex parts of Ukraine to Russia, Professor Radchenko goes on NPR to discuss the meaning of these calls. In the interview Professor Radchenko speaks to how the Russian people are starting to feel directly affected by a war which is for Putin's imperial dreams. The interview then closes off with brief questioning on possible nuclear weapon use.

Professor Erik Jones co-authored an article for Foreign Affairs, where he discussed why a strong Giorgia Meloni would be more advantageous than not. This is because a strong Meloni would be able to pull away from her coalition allies, for example Matteo Salvini.

Eliot A. Cohen wrote in The Atlantic, 09/20

Thomas Rid quoted in The New York Times, 09/18