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Assessing the Aftermath of U.S. Airstrikes in Syria

Doug Ollivant joined PBS Newshour to discuss the aftermath of the Syria strikes.

On State TV, Chinese Forces Storm a Compound a Lot Like Bin Laden’s

International Security's “All Jihad is Local” was cited in the New York Times.

Yascha Mounk Joins CNN's New Day

Yascha Mounk spoke with Chris Cuomo and Brooke Baldwin on CNN about Trump and his effect on democracy.

Long Island University Announces 68th Annual George Polk Awards in Journalism

Through Exaggerated Statements, Trump Looks To Justify His Policies

David Sterman spoke to NPR about the data in ISP's “Terrorism in America After 9/11” and how it relates to Trump's travel ban.

A US-Trained Scientist Was Deported, Then Became the "Father of Chinese Rocketry"

Peter Singer joined PRI to discuss the consequences of Trump’s ban on travel & immigration.

This American Woman Has Given Birth to 2 Children While Being Held Hostage in Afghanistan. Why Is the Family Still There?

The International Security program's report, "To Pay Ransom or Not to Pay Ransom," was covered in Vox.

China’s Intelligent Weaponry Gets Smarter

Peter Singer was quoted in the New York Times about China’s intelligent weaponry, and the article was syndicated in CNBC.

Trump's Travel Ban on 'Bad Dudes' Actually Keeps out Women and Children

David Sterman was quoted, and the “Terrorism in America After 9/11” data was cited, in the Washington Post.

Trump and His Aides Keep Justifying the Entry Ban by Citing Attacks It Couldn't Have Prevented

International Security's “Terrorism in America After 9/11” project was cited in the Washington Post.

Countries Under U.S. Entry Ban Aren’t Main Sources of Terror Attacks

International Security's “Terrorism in America After 9/11” project was cited in the Wall Street Journal.

Trump's Immigration Freeze Omits Those Linked To Deadly Attacks In U.S.

International Security’s “Terrorism in America After 9/11” project was cited in NPR.