In a Feb. 23 online public event titled, “Twenty-first century in the shadow of 1900’s” sponsored by the Science Academy in Turkey, Jackson School Faculty Reşat Kasaba, the Anne H.H.
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 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.
On June 10, the Jackson School celebrated the Class of 2021 in an hour-long Spring Convocation ceremony that featured the Jackson School director, alumni, faculty and student speakers, among other
Reşat Kasaba, Anne H.H. and Kenneth B. Pyle Professor of American Foreign Policy and an expert on modern Turkey, shares insights into common misconceptions about Turkey and current Turkey-U.S. relations
Jackson School Professor Reşat Kasaba, an expert in Middle East politics and a former director of the Jackson School and president of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs,
In “Washington’s dysfunctional relationship with ‘Sultan’ Erdogan is getting dangerous” Jackson School Professor Reşat Kasaba, an expert in Middle East politics, analyzes Turkish President Recep Erdoğan’s influence on “Western commentators,
The University of Washington’s Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies has been awarded a $200,000 grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York. This grant will support bridging the gap
I have come to the end of my tenure as Director of the Jackson School. Leading this institution for the past 10 years has been a distinct privilege; certainly the
Dear Jackson School Students, As the Director of the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, I write to add my voice to the chorus of outrage that can be