Scholars in the News

FPRI’s June Teufel Dreyer Quoted in The Japan Times on Chinese Actions in the South China Sea

February 19, 2016

“Beijing has been hinting for some time about setting up the South China Sea  ‘at an appropriate time.’ What better time ...

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FPRI’s Chris Miller Quoted by Vocativ about Russian Students’ Anti-Obama Videos

February 19, 2016

“These students are a product of an array of programs designed to back ‘patriotic’ youths, but those views are fairly widespread in Russian society, and actively ...

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FPRI’s Jack Tomarchio Interviewd on Talk Radio 1210 about Apple’s Conflict with the FBI

February 18, 2016

“This could’ve been done privately by some FBI and/or some Apple engineers to try and figure this out with regard to this particular phone. ...

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FPRI’s Felix Chang Cited in Bloomberg Politics and Chicago Tribune on China’s Deployment of Missiles in the South China Sea

February 17, 2016

“While the Chinese foreign ministry could claim that the missiles are defensive in nature, their deployment certainly puts its claim that China wants to ...

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FPRI’s Brandon Friedman and Amin Tarzi Quoted in The Daily Caller on Russian-Saudi Cooperation Over Oil

February 17, 2016

“ Saudis are trying to provide some incentives to Russia to be more flexible regarding the political process in Syria, and are even willing to sacrifice ...

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FPRI’s Colin Dueck Has Recent Book Reviewed by H-Net

February 14, 2016

“Over the last fifteen years, Colin Dueck has steadily built a deserved reputation within the academy as his generation’s leading scholar of the ideological and political-cultural ...

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FPRI’s David Satter Interviewed on VOA’s Press Conference USA About Russia Under Putin

February 12, 2016

“The handful of people who run Russia, who monopolize power, who monopolize wealth, are not really concerned about the national interest of Russia. They’re ...

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FPRI Fox Fellow Clint Watts Interviewed on NPR About the Differences between Paris and San Bernardino

February 12, 2016

“The delineation for them is very difficult for them to even parse out and for us to understand. And while we oftentimes seek some ...

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FPRI’s Jacques deLisle has Latest E-Note Picked Up by Penn News Today

February 11, 2016

deLisle’s recent E-note about the significance of Taiwan’s presidential election and its impact on relations with China was recirculated by Penn News Today, a daily newsletter of ...

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FPRI’s Terry Cooke Named Assistant Director of the Fox Leadership Program at UPenn

February 9, 2016

Congratulations to FPRI Senior Fellow Terry Cooke on being named Assistant  Director of the Fox Leadership Program at UPenn. founded in 2014, Fox Leadership ...

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