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Columnist John Rash quotes Diplomat-in-Residence Mary Curtin in this piece examining the fallout from President Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey.
Dean Eric Schwartz is quoted in this article that notes the pace of refugees arriving in Minnesota has slowed markedly in recent months.
Diplomat-in-Residence Mary Curtin was interviewed regarding the ramifications of Emmanuel Macron's decisive victory in the French presidential election on May 7.
This article features recent research by professor Ragui Assaad, which examines the extent to which the employment status of men in Middle Eastern countries matters for the timing of marriage.
Dean Eric Schwartz was interviewed for this story that gathered reactions to the Syrian missile strikes.
Two prominent activists in the Ni Una Menos movement who spoke at the Humphrey School in late March were interviewed about the rise of the global movement against gender violence (in Spanish).
Alexey Khlebnikov, MPP ‘14, wrote this analysis for the Russian Council on International Affairs, which examines the recent American missile strikes against Syria. Khlebnikov is a Middle East expert and Russian foreign policy analyst with the RCIF.
Humphrey School’s diplomat-in-residence, Mary Curtin, was a guest on a recent live program of The Theater of Public Policy discussing diplomacy under the Trump Administration.