CSPS faculty member, Colin Dueck, Professor at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University, explains how foreign policy impacts midterm elections in the US.
October 20, 2018 –CSPS Student Fellow Mary Frances Woods provides an overview of what a staff ride is and why it is a unique and important academic experience.
October 12, 2018 – CSPS Student Fellow Zachary Marks discusses the Diplomacy of China’s rise and how Xi Jinping and American leaders will handle this development in the coming years.
CSPS Associate Director, Michael Hunzeker, argues with Alexander Lanoszka in Defense One that the U.S. military should have a permanent presence in Poland.
September 19, 2018 – CSPS Student Fellow Courtney Kayser discusses how demographic and security challenges impact Georgian views of the Soviet past.
August 3, 2018 – CSPS Visiting Research Fellow Simon Clark looks at the rise of American right-wing extremism in the last decade and highlights similarities as well as differences with 1970’s Italy.
May 2, 2018 – CSPS Student Fellow Faith Hawkins highlights CSPS’ annual staff ride to the Antietam Battlefield and interviews Schar School Student David White about his experience on the trip.
April 26, 2018 – CSPS Student Fellow Courtney Kayser interviews two Schar School professors on their recent work in the Baltic States to assess the present security concerns presented by Russia.
April 17, 2018 – CSPS Student Fellow Courtney Kayser discusses how the lack of transparency and accountability around America’s increasing use of drones sets a bad precedent as more countries begin to develop and use drone technology.
Five PhD students from the Schar School had a unique opportunity to travel to Taiwan where they interviewed top military and governmental policy makers and met with leading academics and Think Tank experts. They had an in-depth and behind the scenes look into cross-Strait relations and the future of deterrence in Taiwan. Three students were interviewed about their experience- read on for their unexpected takeaways.