Bookish: Sulmaan Khan, Fletcher School professor of international history and author of "Haunted by Chaos," unsurprisingly is an eclectic reader
Dan Drezner explores which foreign policy standings would be reversed under a Biden administration, via his Washington Post column.
Chris Miller speaks with EE Times about the U.S.' competitive advantages in the global chip manufacturing industry.
Professor Emeritus Alan Henrikson speaks with De Groene Amsterdammer about the diplomatic conflict coming out of The Hague.
Michael Klein speaks with WGBH Radio about the local impacts of zero percent interest rates.
Dan Drezner writes about Joe Biden's campaign strategy via his Washington Post column.
Ian Johnstone speaks with The New York Times about the role of multilateralism in Trump's reimposition of sanctions against Iran.
Kelly Sims Gallagher speaks with Climatewire about the role of climate in U.S./China relations.
Audrey Donkor (F13) explores the racial disparity in facial recognition tech, in a piece for Quartz Africa.