International Relations

  • The People's Liberation Army Navy ship AOR-886 Qiandaohu visiting Stockholm

    Growing Tensions in Sino-US Relations: Picks of the Week

      Not Since Nixon Has a U.S. President Faced Such a Tough China Challenge | The National Interest China to Set Up Asia-Pacific Security Framework Amid Growing Mistrust Among its Neighbors | South China Morning Post China Links Seized Vehicles to Singapore’s Ties to Taiwan | Financial Times Mongolia, With Deep Ties to Dalai Lama, Turns From Him Toward China | The New York Times Taiwan Deploys Fighter Jets as China Enters Taiwan Strait | CNN … Read More

  • Iskander Rehman publishes paper entitled "A Himalayan Challenge"

    Senior Fellow Iskander Rehman Published in Naval War College Review

    Newport, R.I. – Pell Center Senior Fellow Iskander Rehman recently published an article entitled, “A Himalayan Challenge: India’s Conventional Deterrent and the Role of Special Operations Forces Along the Sino-Indian Border,” in the 2017 Winter Naval War College Review. Dr. Rehman’s article aims to give a clearer picture of the security dynamic along the Sino-Indian border. It draws on field trips to the Himalayan border states of Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh, … Read More

  • US Pentagon building as seen through target scope

    This is War: Picks of the Week

    The Perfect Weapon: How Russian Cyberpower Invaded the U.S. | The New York Times Trump Falsely Says U.S. Claim of Russian Hacking Came After Election | The New York Times What you need to know about Trump and Russia | Politico The United States has been attacked.  The integrity of our electoral system has been assaulted by a Russian influence operation that, according to media reports of classified briefings, was … Read More

  • The Rise of Far Right Populism in the West: Picks of the Week

    Trump, Brexit, and the Rise of Populism: Economic Have-Nots and Cultural Backlash | Ronald F. Inglehart and Pippa Norris The Ruthlessly Effective Rebranding of Europe’s New Far Right | The Guardian The Power of Populism | Foreign Affairs Podcast What the Right’s Intellectuals Did Wrong | The New York Times   In a singularly thoughtful working paper, Ronald F. Inglehart of the University of Michigan and Pippa Norris from the Harvard Kennedy school set out … Read More

  • Dr. Mark R. Jacobson joins Pell Center as Adjunct Senior Fellow

    Newport, R.I. – The Pell Center at Salve Regina University announces the addition of Mark R. Jacobson as an adjunct senior fellow. Dr. Jacobson has extensive experience in the federal government, international organizations, and academia working on some of the most complex and politically sensitive national security issues facing the United States. He is currently an advisor at Dūcō and a Professorial Lecturer at the Elliott School of International Affairs. … Read More

  • Podcast: Iskander Rehman

    The Pell Center’s newest Senior Fellow, Dr. Iskander Rehman, joins Executive Director Jim Ludes for a podcast discussing Dr. Rehman’s career, research interests, his work at the Pell Center, and more.  

  • The Growing Challenges to the Liberal World Order: Picks of the Week

    American Power and Liberal Order | The National Interest Germany Embraces Realpolitik Once More | War on the Rocks America’s Pacific Pivot is Sinking | The Financial Times Assessment of Obama’s Long Game: A Conversation with Eliot Cohen and Derek Chollet | Philip Merrill Center for Strategic Studies Ambassador Gerard Araud: Discussion at the Watson Institute | Brown University The Bureau Season 1 | Canal+ Productions (available with English subtitles on iTunes).   The National Interest recently released a long excerpt of … Read More

  • Photo of Derek Miller on stairs in Lisbon.

    International Relations Expert Derek B. Miller Joins Pell Center as Adjunct Fellow

    The Pell Center at Salve Regina University announced the addition of international relations expert Derek B. Miller as an adjunct senior fellow.  Miller, a Boston, Massachusetts native, is the founder and Director of The Policy Lab and has worked in international affairs with the United Nations, several foreign governments, and think tanks for over twenty years. He studied at Georgetown (MA, National Security Studies), Oxford (St. Catherine’s College and Linacre), The Graduate Institute … Read More

  • Profile image of Iskander Rehman.

    Expert on Asian Security Issues Iskander Rehman joins Pell Center as senior fellow

    Newport, R.I. – The Pell Center at Salve Regina University welcomes Dr. Iskander Rehman as a resident senior fellow specializing in international relations. Dr. Rehman comes to Newport from the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. where he served as a visiting fellow in the International Order and Strategy Program. Previously, Dr. Rehman served as a fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments in Washington, D.C., an associate and … Read More

  • Two men ponder which states will end up Republican and Democratic in front of a map of the United States.

    Picks of the Week: The Most Important Election in 160 Years

      Terrorist Attack in Nice, France, Leaves 84 Dead and 202 Injured | New York Times Clinton Losing On Honesty In Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Quinnipiac University Swing State Poll Finds | Quinnipiac University Why Putin Loves BREXIT | New York Times Events in Nice, France, underscore the fact that the U.S. presidential election of 2016 may be the most important election since Abraham Lincoln was elected in 1860.  At stake … Read More

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