The Jackson School’s Anne H. H. and Kenneth B. Pyle Assistant Professor in American Foreign Policy Daniel Bessner talks with KOMO News about President Donald Trump’s visit to the Middle East.
Anne H.H. and Kenneth B. Pyle Assistant Professor in American Foreign Policy Daniel Bessner and his co-author, Stephen Wertheim, King’s College, Cambridge University, urge foreign policy experts to engage with the public
“What does Trump’s neoliberal agenda mean for those whose discontent with globalization gave him the presidency? Nothing good,” write Daniel Bessner, Anne H.H. and Kenneth B. Pyle Professor of American
Daniel Bessner, Anne H.H. and Kenneth B. Pyle Professor in American Foreign Policy, was quoted by the Spanish media outlet Infobae discussing the decision by President Donald Trump to increase the
“What the Trump Administration seems to be implying is that a one-state solution will be primarily a state for Israeli-Jews,” says Prof. Daniel Bessner, an expert on U.S. foreign relations, during a recent
Prof. Daniel Bessner, an expert on U.S. foreign relations, talks about “Why Michael Flynn’s Foreign Policy Will Live On In Trump’s White House” in DISSENT magazine. Bessner explores the worldview of Trump’s former national
The importance of understanding the U.S. in the world “Immersing ourselves in foreign affairs is even more important today than it was a few months ago,” said Mr. John Hempelmann,
Join us for a special program on Jan. 25 in celebration of Daniel Bessner as the first recipient of the Anne H.H. and Kenneth B. Pyle Professorship in American Foreign
In “Dark days ahead: American Professors on Trump presidency” several Jackson School professors among other American leading UW and non-UW scholars were interviewed by KUOW on the political ramifications of Trump’s election.
Kenneth B. Pyle is retiring after 51 consecutive years of teaching at the University of Washington. In his honor, the Jackson School will host a keynote speech on “U.S. and