Laurie Brand published an article on ISIS and the Jordanian Flag in the political blog of the Washington Post, The Monkey Cage.
David Kang's book series Contemporary Asia in the World, with Columbia University Press, recently published former KSI postdoctoral scholar Sandra Fahy's book, Marching Through Suffering, cited in a recent Council on Foreign Relations blog on ordinary suffering in North Korea.
Joshua Aizenman on China's economic strategy of "modern mercantilism" on Seeking Alpha
Steven Lamy on USC's role in changing higher education degree programs in the Los Angeles Times
John Odell on global warming on the CIGI website
Jacques Hymans quoted on worries about secret Iranian nuclear facilities in Vox
Joshua Aizenman on Greek debt negotiations in the Eurozone on LSE's EUROPP
Robert English on diplomatic options in Ukraine on AirTalk
David Kang quoted in an article on the Huffington Post, on the potential role of Japanese military force in the future
David Kang cited in CNBC news article on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
Joshua Aizenman's research on capital-control and emerging markets cited in The Economist
Jaques Hymans wrote an article for Foreign Affairs on Iran and a nuclear "sneak-out"
Laurie Brand on the goals of the MESP's Iranian Studies Initiative in USC News
Patrick James quoted in RT.com (Russia Today) article on tensions in the US government
Brian Rathbun in USC News on European diplomacy
Mary Sarotte published an op-ed in the New York Times, an article in TIME Magazine, and Politico Magazine, and her research was profiled in the Harvard Gazette, on warontherocks blog, in the Boston Globe, cited in Foreign Policy, and her book was reviewed in the Economist, the Wall Street Journal, New Statesman, the Washington Post, among others: all on the end of the Cold War and the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Jonathan Aronson's Going Viral class in Daily Trojan Online
Carol Wise cited in the Christian Science Monitor on the minimum-wage debate in Mexico
Laurie Brand on her new book exploring national identities and how leaders use identity to justify policy and bolster legitimacy in USC News
Robert English in conversation with Travis Smiley