Elliott in the News
March 2020
Each month, Elliott School faculty members are quoted, interviewed, and published in top media outlets from around the world on breaking news and pressing global affairs.
WORLD
AMITAI ETZIONI – National Interest
authored
The Sociology of Surviving the Coronavirus
HENRY FARRELL – Foreign Affairs
authored
Will the coronavirus end globalization as we know it?
JAY SHAMBAUGH  – The Hill
authored Coronavirus response must include bold fiscal policy
JAY SHAMBAUGH – WBUR-FM "On Point"
interviewed on 
Living Paycheck To Paycheck During The Coronavirus Crisis
TARA SONENSHINE – Newsday
authored A groundbreaking year for women

GOVERNMENT
AMITAI ETZIONI  – The Hill
authored Congress needs to prod the IRS to capture carbon
HENRY FARRELL – Harvard Business Review
co-authored Will Governments Restrict Foreign Access to Pandemic Supplies?
HARVEY FEIGENBAUM  – Social Europe
authored
The party of discontent
HUGH GUSTERSON  – Inside Higher Ed
quoted in
Pentagon Proposes Cuts to Social Science Research

AFRICA
NEMATA BLYDEN  – The Conversation
mentioned in Africa’s wish list of what might change under a Biden presidency
DAVID SHINN  – Canada's Globe and Mail
quoted in Trump’s diplomacy fails to resolve Nile River deadlock
DAVID SHINN  – VOA News
quoted in Trump Calls Egyptian Leader to Discuss Nile Dam

ASIA
AMITAI ETZIONI  – National Interest
authored 
Why a Rising China Isn't as Dangerous As Experts Make It Out to Be
DAVID SHAMBAUGH – Canada's CBC News
quoted in
Former ambassador John McCallum a no-show at China committee

EURASIA

EUROPE
NORTH AMERICA
HOSSEIN ASKARI  – PRI "The World"
interviewed in 
Iran's govt buildings in DC are vacant. But they are full of stories
REUBEN BRIGETY  – The Chronicle of Higher Education
mentioned in 
Transitions: Sewanee Names New President; Provost Selected at Seattle Pacific U.
BENJAMIN FARLEY  – RadioLab "The Other Latif"
discusses
his work on closing the detention facility at Guantanamo

SOUTH AMERICA
JEFFREY BLOMSTER  – Science Magazine
discovery mentioned in 
3400-year-old ballgame court unearthed in mountains of Mexico


SPACE
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