Faculty in the News

This page is dedicated to keeping track of our faculty in their work around Washington and around the world.

Nora Fisher Onar on "The populism/realism gap"

February 05, 2016

IMES visiting scholar Nora Fisher Onar presented her paper, The populism/realism gap: Managing uncertainty in Turkey's politics and foreign policy, at the Brookings Institution.

Nathan Brown on Egypt, 5 Years after Mubarak

January 25, 2016

Professor Nathan Brown co-authored an article for Foreign Affairs entitled Did Sisi and the SCAF Save

Nathan Brown Lectures on Arab Constitutions

November 05, 2015

IMES Director Nathan Brown gave a lecture at Yale Law School titled "Arab Constitutions in the 21st Century: A New Beginning or Unhappy Ending?"

Marc Lynch and Nathan Brown talk Academics and Authoritarianism

October 28, 2015

IMES Director Nathan Brown and Professor Marc Lynch spoke with Al-Fanar Media on the threats to academics in the Middle East and the resulting climate of self-censorship.

Michael Barnett on U.N. Peace Keeping

October 14, 2015

Michael Barnett wrote the article "The U.N. reviewed its peacekeeping. It ignored the 3 things that most need to change" in the Washington Post's Monkey cage.

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