Tune in all day tomorrow for a livestream of SIS’s #FarmBill 2018 Policy, Politics, and Potential symposium:… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… Retweeted by

It's @JimGoldgeier day on the podcast! Good convo--> undispatch.com/podcast-russia… CC @AU_SIS Retweeted by

I talked with Scotland's Herald about Russian influence and democratic erosion heraldscotland.com/news/15182275.… @WatsonInstitute @BtGProjectDC Retweeted by

Fantastic opportunity to bridging the scholarship/policy gap! @BtGProjectDC @womenalsoknow @WomenInFP twitter.com/brookingsfp/st… Retweeted by

Pleased to have participated in this @FPA_GD show airing on @PBS on #Oil Geopolitics itunes.apple.com/us/tv-season/g… @WatsonInstitute @BtGProjectDC Retweeted by

Politics, Power, and Preventive ActionFailed States, Rebel Diplomats, & Pirates: A Conversation with @BridgetCoggins buff.ly/2ntNyc0 Retweeted by

Talking about the future of peace / my Peaceland book at the #FutureofWar conference in a few hours. Live feed at newamerica.org/conference/fut… Retweeted by

Here I argue Trump should postpone meeting with Xi. Get team in place. Develop policy. And DON'T host at Mar-a-Lago. politi.co/2mmL8Qh Retweeted by

In polarized era, how should Congress investigate ties between Trump campaign & Russia? Prof. Jordan Tama has ideas… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… Retweeted by

Here’s Why Closing the Foreign Policy Gender Gap Matters buff.ly/2nSGfKY #womenalsoknowstuff Retweeted by

My recent apearance on Asahi TV Japan, discussing options for North Korea: news.tv-asahi.co.jp/news_internati… Retweeted by

Excellent policy relevant work by @SeverineAR a @BtGProjectDC alum twitter.com/smsaideman/sta… Retweeted by

WarCast kicks off in 15 min. Feat. Dave Maxell on #Korea, Ulrike Franke on #drones, Peter Mattis on #China warontherocks.com/warcast/ Retweeted by

Re-upping following the shout-out from @Max_Fisher in The Interpreter newsletter @PVGlance politicalviolenceataglance.org/2017/03/13/how… Retweeted by

My new article on assumptions and peacebuilding is now on free access on the International Studies Review's website: academic.oup.com/isr/article/29… Retweeted by

@BtGprojectDC alum @SeverineAR: "Three flawed ideas are hurting international peacebuilding" wapo.st/2mrIHHg?tid=ss…

Great read from @BtGProjectDC Associate Director @triskodarden on impact of the immigration EO on universities twitter.com/triskodarden/s… Retweeted by

Thanks to @WarOnTheRocks @EvansRyan202 for coming to @BtGProjectDC #NEFP to share some wisdom about policy writing pic.twitter.com/phjSkfd0OI Retweeted by

For all of us interested in @BtGProjectDC activities, a great read by @abuaardvark on public/policy engagement today pomeps.org/2017/03/13/int… Retweeted by

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Our institutes are designed to train, develop and mentor scholars who seek to pursue policy-relevant research and theoretically grounded policy work. The New Era Foreign Policy Conference (NEFP) is open to doctoral students and recent PhDs and is held in March. The International Policy Summer Institute (IPSI) is open to professors of all ranks and post-docs and is held at American University in June.