Opinion and Media Appearances



OP-EDS and Popular Journals

Democracy Will Win This Battle. Dan Twinning, Patrick Quirk. The Hill. March 27th, 2020.

Stabilizing Cameroon Requires a Sustained Solution for Democracy, Rights, and Governance. Patrick Quirk, Daniella Montemarano. Brookings. March 27th, 2020.

Letter to the editor: Sen. Susan Collins is Right About Trump Daniel Brumberg. “Opinions,” The New York Times. February 5th, 2020. (Third letter down.)

The Battle to Defeat Confessional Politics in Lebanon and Beyond, Daniel Brumberg. The Arab Center, Washington D.C. November 11, 2019.

Trump’s Unprincipled “Principled Realism” Benefits Trump, Not the World.  Daniel Brumberg. The Arab Center, Washington D.C. October 5th 2018.

The Battle to Defeat Confessional Politics in Lebanon and Beyond, Daniel Brumberg. The Arab Center, Washington D.C. November 11, 2019.

A Flawed American Sanctions Policy in Iran, Daniel Brumberg. The Arab Center, Washington DC. November 2018.

Can We Survive Trump’s Rage-Based Iran Policy? Daniel Brumberg. Informed Comment. November 2017.

The Party Rules and the 2015 Mainland Election in Tanzania. Yonatan Morse. Democracy in Africa. November 2015.

Could Tunisia’s National Dialogue model ever be replicated? Daniel Brumberg. The Washington Post. October 2015.

The Iran Nuclear Talks: Failure was not an Option. Daniel Brumberg. Washington Examiner. July 2015.

U.S. Hard-Liners Missing Point on Iran. Daniel Brumberg. CNN. October 2014.

From Détente to Meltdown. Daniel Brumberg. Foreign Policy. March 2014.

A Moderate Proposal. Daniel Brumberg. Foreign Policy. January 2014.

Ukraine Roars Back to Life. Melinda Haring and Laura Linderman. Atlantic Council. December 2013.

So What About the Other 364 Days a Year? Melinda Haring and Arzu Geybullayeva. Foreign Policy. October 2013.

Reforming the Democracy Bureaucracy. Melinda Haring. Foreign Policy. June 2013.

Why the Color Revolutions Failed. Melinda Haring. Foreign Policy. March 2013.

Videos

Our Advisory Board member, Dr. Thomas Carothers spoke on the ever-growing dangers of political polarization in agitating the global democratic recession at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on October 8th, 2019. (Dr. Carothers starts to talk at the 02:44 mark.)
Our professor Jodi Vittori joined a panel of experts discussing the global state of corruption at the launch of the World Justice Project’s 2018 Rule of Law Index. Put on by the World Justice Project and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on January 31st, 2018. (Prof. Vittori starts to talk at the 29:23 mark.)
Our Advisory Board member, Dr. Thomas Carothers offered his thoughts on the two main types of international elections support -technical aid for election administration and election monitoring- for the Governance and Social Development Resource Center in March, 2015.
Our academic director, Dr. Daniel Brumberg, joined a panel of experts at the United States Institute of Peace to discuss Iran’s opposition movements and what became known as the “Green Revolution,” on February 1st, 2010. (Prof. Brumberg begins to talk at the 06:47 mark.)