The Lasting Impact of a Chemical Attack
Narges Bajoghli on BBC Newshour
Foreign Policy Experts Assess Impact of Missile Strike Against Syria
Watson Faculty in the Providence Journal
Where Should DoD Be Spending Its Money?
Catherine Lutz on Federal News Radio
With New Research "Lab," DC Aims Big for Better Public Policy
Justine Hastings on
NSA Halts Controversial Email Collection Practice
Timothy Edgar in the Washington Post
Who Says You Need Tax Breaks for Retirement Saving?
John Friedman on
International Perspective on Comey Firing, Macron's Victory
J. Nicholas Ziegler on  Fox Providence

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Jeff Colgan in Foreign Affairs
Elias Muhanna in The New Yorker
Who's Your Mommy and Daddy? For Migrant Children, It Matters
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Stephen Kinzer in the Boston Globe
Amb. Chas Freeman in the American Conservative
Narges Bajoghli on  Al Monitor
Eric Patashnik in the Washington Post
Intelligence Success & Failure, The Human Factor
New book by Rose McDermott
Pentagon Spending and the Trump Buildup
Catherine Lutz on  the impacts of increasing military spending
Taubman Center poll on
Costs of War report in The Atlantic
Essay/Chapter by Eric Patashnik
NEH Awards $100,000 for "Grand Sentiments in 'Small' Wars"
Through its program "Dialogues on the Experience of War," the National Endowment for the Humanities supports a two-year project designed to create a deeper understanding of the experience of war, co-directed by Keith Brown.
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RIPR and Watson Present: Resurgent Russia in the Time of Trump with NPR's Corey Flintoff
Dilma Rousseff at Watson on the Weakening of Brazil's Social Safety Net 
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- Mark Blyth, Eastman Professor of Political Economy, Evening Telegraph

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