One Day, Four Countries, 30 Years: Students Participate in Grand Strategy Simulation

May 16, 2018
Published by: Carly Millenson ’18
Princeton University’s Center for International Security Studies (CISS) held its spring Grand Strategy Simulation on April 28. The activity brought together Princeton students from diverse academic backgrounds to take part in an exercise simulating the strategic jostling of the U.S., Russia, China and Turkey over three decades. The goal of the simulation is to create a no-stakes environment in which students can experience some of the pressures...
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SAOC Hosts 22nd Annual Symposium

May 1, 2018
Students and Alumni of Color (SAOC), a Woodrow Wilson School graduate student-led organization, held its 22nd annual Symposium on April 7-8, 2018. The mission of SAOC is to bring together students, alumni and faculty to promote diversity, build relationships, discuss issues relevant to the social, political and professional development of students of color and support the social and political development of communities of color at Princeton. In...
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Workshop Examined U.S. and Russia Interplay in the Middle East

Apr 24, 2018
Published by: Sarah M. Binder
Recent reports indicate President Donald Trump would like U.S. troops to withdraw from Syria within six months, while some on his national security team warn that leaving Syria would allow other nation states to exert greater influence over the war-torn country. As Syria and the rest of the Middle East faces fundamental political challenges, it appears likely that U.S. and Russian interests in the region will compete.   A fall 2017 graduate...

Catch Up with Politics & Polls! New Episode: A Psychiatrist's View of Donald Trump

Apr 3, 2018
Published by: Public Affairs
President Donald Trump’s moods and temperament are a hot topic for journalists, lawmakers and academics. In fact, earlier this year, a psychiatrist from Yale University actually briefed Democratic lawmakers on the president’s mental state, which she called “dangerous.” The analysis, by Dr. Bandy Lee and others, received criticism given that she and others haven’t actually examined President Trump. She joins the podcast this week to explain her...

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