Faculty News

French publication Actu.fr interviewed Professor Severine Autesserre ahead of the World Forum for Peace in Caen. Check out their article here for a chance to practice your French! Radio Canada also cites Professor Autesserre in this article on wars.

CBS This MorningThe Kansas City Star, WNYCRadio Free Europe, and The BBC World Service TV interviewed and quoted Professor Kimberly Marten ahead of the US-Russia summit in Helsinki. Foreign Affairs also published a related article on the summit.  Defense and security blogs War on the Rocks and Lawfare both published essays by Professor Marten this month.

Prof. Paula Franzese wrote about tenants rights for nj.com. Her research and recommendations were also used by New Jersey legislators to formulate two pieces of legislation that help tenants. 

Prof. Kimberly Marten was quoted by the LA Times on Russian meddling in US elections, and participated in a discussion on recent Russian aggressive actions and the US response for KQED of NPR.

Prof. Sheri Berman wrote about the state of European democracy for Dissent Magazine, Foreign Policy, the Washington Post, and reviewed a book on the same topic for the New York Times.

Prof. Severine Autesserre discussed peacekeeping, Congo, and the recent attack on United Nations blue helmets in North Kivu on i24news (her segment begins at the 5:15 mark), and received the Prix Special du Jury (Special Prize of the Jury) from the Fonds Croix-Rouge Française (French Red Cross Fund) awarded to “an original trajectory and the quality of the research.” A French video portrait of Prof. Autesserre can be found here.

Prof. Alexander Cooley wrote about how despots and kleptocrats hide their wealth for the Washington Post.

Prof. Michael Miller's paper "The Effects of Candidate Race and Gender on Party Chairs' Assessments of Electoral Viability," with David Doherty of Loyola University and Conor Dowling of University of Mississippi was awarded "Best Paper of 2017" by the APSA Experiments Section.

Prof. Eduardo Moncada wrote about the business of violence in Latin America.