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WTO Plans to Fix Appellate Body Paralysis by 2024. Adjunct Professor of International Law Arthur Appleton quoted in Business World, 9/14

Putin's Truncated Travel Schedule Shows Fear of Embarrassment and Betrayal. The Wilson E. Schmidt Distinguished Professor Sergey Radchenko quoted in the Washington Examiner, 8/30

US Asks Iran to Stop Selling Drones to Russia. The James Anderson Adjunct Professor of Middle East Studies Sanam Vakil quoted in the Financial Times, 8/16

Strategic Outpost Goes To The Movies. Visiting Professor and Senior Fellow David Barno and Visiting Professor of Strategic Studies and Senior Fellow of the Merrill Center for Strategic Studies Nora Bensahel wrote in War on the Rocks, 8/3

Russia Has a New Gulag. Senior Fellow of International Affairs and Senior Fellow at the SNF Agora Institute Anne Applebaum wrote in The Atlantic, 7/14

What Does Ukraine Need Most? Ammo. Henry A. Kissinger Distinguished Professor Hal Brands wrote in the Washington Post, 6/29

The Death of a General Raises a Question: Why Were So Many Russian Officers Killed in Ukraine? Distinguished Practitioner-in-Residence John McLaughlin quoted in USA Today, 6/14

No Comment. The Biden Administration Undermines Its Cause With Strategically Witless Statements. Robert E. Osgood Professor Eliot Cohen wrote for The Atlantic, 6/1

Factbox: In Middle East, Once Improbable Ententes Set New Tone. Majid Khadduri Professor of International Affairs and Middle East Studies Vali Nasr quoted in Reuters, 5/18

Biden’s Economic Diplomacy Push with China is High Risk, Low Reward. The Washington Post, 4/26