Jeremi Suri in the news in September, discusses the United Nation, Kenya, Syria, Russia, and more
Posted: September 30, 2013
Prof. Jeremi Suri. Photo courtesy of the LBJ School for Public Affairs
Jeremi Suri, the Mack Brown Distinguished Professor for Global Leadership, History, and Public Policy, provided commentary and critical analysis on a number of major news stories this month.
His most recent article, published in "The Conversation," looks at the opening of the UN General Assembly and what the appearances of Presidents Obama, Rousseff, Rouhani, and others will mean for foreign policy in the next year. The full article appears at theconversation.com.
Read more of Jeremi Suri's work this month:
Eurasia Review (cited in)
"UN Matters For US"
Wisconsin Public Radio
"Terrorist attack in Kenya"
"Offensive Charm: Why Vladimir Putin Tried – and Failed – to Woo the US Public"
"Possible Russian deal on Syria divides TX lawmakers"
Suri also appeared on local news station YYN to preview President Obama's speech September 10, and offered commentary after the speech.