Tag Archives: national security

GW WonkCast S3E7-2: Foreign Information Campaigns

Russia is attempting to increase its influence the Middle East through both state-sponsored media and public and private displays of support. What actions is Russia taking and what does it aim to achieve? What does this mean for U.S. and NATO allies in the region? MPP Matthew Dotzler, who focuses on national and foreign security policy, […]

GW WonkCast S3E4-2: Evolving U.S. Security Priorities

The newly released 2018 National Defense Strategy gives a summary of our changing security objectives and challenges, including a renewed focus on great power competition. To help us unpack the document and what that means, we’re joined by Special Guest Ian Hutchinson, Editor-in-Chief of the International Affairs Review produced by the Elliott School of International Affairs at […]

GW WonkCast S3E3-2: The J-1 Exchange Visitor Program

The Trump administration proposed changes to the J-1 visa exchange program, a non-immigrant cultural and educational exchange visa that allows residents of other countries to travel to the U.S. What impact do cultural exchange programs have and how could this change them? What could this mean for American soft power and national security? Special guest […]