"From Arms and Influence to Data and Manipulation: What Can Thomas Schelling Tell Us About Cyber Coercion?"
Lawfare, April 28
"Russia is an Asian Power Too: Japan Understands, but Does the United States?"
War on the Rocks, April 28
"The Real Factions of Trumpland and U.S. Foreign Policy"
War on the Rocks, April 27
Bridging the Gap promotes an informed and engaged public discourse on U.S. and global foreign policy challenges and solutions. We offer training and advocate for academics to pursue policy-relevant research and theoretically grounded policy work. Bridging the Gap simultaneously engages policymakers in the work of political scientists and scholars of international relations.
Experienced advisers don’t make up for an inexperienced president — leaders need their own foreign-policy experience...- Elizabeth N. Saunders
Bridging the Gap scholars featured in the May/June issue of Foreign Affairs:
Matthew Kroenig (NEFP 2008) published a piece, "The Case for Trump’s Foreign Policy: The Right People, the Right Positions," and Jeff Colgan (IPSI 2012) co-authored a piece with Robert O. Keohane titled, "The Liberal Order Is Rigged: Fix It Now or Watch It Wither."