In “The science that isn’t seen because it’s not in English,” Scott L. Montgomery, a Jackson School lecturer and geoscientist, is quoted and his book, “Does Science Need a Global
Tabitha Grace Mallory, affiliate professor and an alum of the Jackson School, is quoted about China’s fishing practices in “Illegal Fishing Becoming Top Maritime Security Risk.”
Jackson School Director Leela Fernandes is featured for her research observations on the double-standard by upper-caste dominated middle classes in India because of their conservative approach toward the lower castes in
For eight University of Washington undergraduates, the first week of June this year meant more than the end of the academic year or finishing final exams. It meant a chance
Jackson School Acting Assistant Professor Sarah Lohmann, as part of the U.S. Army War College “Never Forget” first-person opinion piece series, takes a look back to the day of 9/11
Jackson School Faculty Reşat Kasaba, the Anne H.H. and Kenneth B. Pyle Professor of American Foreign Policy, shares his thoughts on the U.S. in the world in a pre-recorded TV
In “Blaming Big Oil: Righteous and Wrong,” Jackson School faculty Scott L. Montgomery asserts for climate progressives and activists, this year has been mixed and more complicated than it appears.
In his opinion piece titled, “On 9/11, it’s hard to see America’s ‘nation building’ as a force for good,” Jackson School Faculty Reşat Kasaba, the Anne H.H. and Kenneth B.
Jackson School faculty Scott L. Montgomery unpicks some uncomfortable truths about the U.S. war in and withdrawal from Afghanistan, and the trajectory and role of the Taliban as it becomes the legitimate