Europe expert Prof. Dan Chirot analyzes U.S. President Donald Trump’s first presidential visit overseas with KOMO News Radio. Chirot criticizes the statement by Trump that declared last week’s visit was a great success and extraordinary week for America. “He
The presidency of Donald Trump has vast implications for international affairs and even the internal politics of other countries — it could lead to geopolitical realignments on a global scale.
Russia expert Prof. Dan Chirot was recently interviewed by KOMO Radio about Trump’s connection to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Earlier this week, it was reported that Michael Flynn, Trump’s national security adviser, resigned after
Jackson School Ellison Professor of Russian and Eurasian Studies Dan Chirot discusses the election results and the deep political crisis in American society in an article titled “U.S. Voting Results Show Serious Split
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.
“With all the major conflagrations that have broken out in the world recently, including this week’s news that the peace treaty with Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc) in Colombia
Daniel Chirot, the Jackson School’s Herbert J. Ellison professor of Russian and Eurasian studies at the University of Washington, was interviewed by several media as part of global reactions to
In these two clips from KOMO Radio, Jackson School Professor Daniel Chirot shares his insights about the state of radical ideology in Brussels and the city’s divided government as backdrop to
The Shape of the New: Four Big Ideas and How They Made the Modern World, by Jackson School faculty Scott L. Montgomery and Daniel Chirot, is included in the New