In the News

Sigur Center affiliated faculty remain quite active outside of the classroom, with many engaging in public debates, publishing articles, and being quoted or interviewed by a wide variety of news and media outlets.

Please note that any views expressed in highlighted articles, interviews, or such posts are solely those of the author and not of the Sigur Center. In the spirit of open academic debate and dialogue, the Sigur Center shares and highlights the works of its affiliated faculty. Our 2009-2018 news archive is also available.

If you find any noteworthy accomplishments from our affiliated faculty, send them to gsigur@gwu.edu to be featured on our website!

 

4/30/19 Prof. Shambaugh mentioned in War on the Rocks

David Shambaugh, Professor of Asian Studies at the Elliott School was mentioned in the article “Jaw-Jaw: When it comes to China, America doth protest too much, Kang things,” by David C. Kang and Brad Carson. Read the full article...

In Honor of Gaston Sigur’s Legacy

It is no secret that the Elliott School of International Affairs (ESIA) is one of The George Washington University’s most prestigious schools, and the Sigur Center is proud to have been its helm for Asian studies since 1991. Today, the Sigur Center coordinates the...

4/16/19 Prof. Fink Quoted in the New York Times on Myanmar

Professor Christina Fink, Professor of Practice of International Affairs and Director of the M.A. Program in International Development studies, was quoted in a New York Times article titled “Aung San Suu Kyu Has a New Target: Political Satire.”  Read the...

4/12/19 Spring 2019 Asian Connection Newsletter

  The Sigur Center for Asian Studies publishes a biannual report – called The Asian Connection – highlighting the Center’s activities, affiliated programs, students and alumni, faculty and scholars, and the Center’s robust public outreach...

4/11/19 Prof. Sutter provides his opinion on US-Taiwan relations

Robert Sutter, associate professor of international affairs and director of the B.A. Program in international affairs gave his take on how the growing relationship between the United States and Taiwan will affect China tensions. Read the full article...

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