Latest Media Appearances
Jamestown Senior Fellow Janusz Bugajski testified before the US House Committee on Foreign Affairs, on December 8, about "The Balkans: Policy Recommendations for the Next Administration." *Read his written testimony by clicking on the PDF link below: Bugajski House Testimony - 2020-12-08.pdf
On December 8, Strategy & Future released its video interview with analyst Can Kasapoglu, who discussed the geopolitical future of Turkey in the region and whether Turkey can eventually become a Great Power again.
A November 25 article on The New Arab, covering Russia's planned new naval facility in Sudan, featured comments by Jamestown fellow Sergey Sukhankin.
On November 29, The Washington Post published an article on Turkey's use of drone technology in foreign military campaigns, in which it extensively quoted Turkish defense expert Can Kasapoglu.
Jamestown Senior Fellow Vladimir Socor was interviewed for a RFE/RL article, "New President Wants To End Moldova's Isolation, But The Obstacles Remain Daunting." Socor commented on Maia Sandu's victory in the second round of the recent presidential elections by saying, "[t]he remnants of the Soviet... MORE
Jamestown Senior Fellow Margarita Assenova was quoted in a recent RFE/RL article, "Some 'Pro-Russian' Voices Tamed In Serbia, But Vucic Keeping His Options Open." Assenova is quoted as saying that Serbia's temporary government, which dominates parliament, does not need problems within the government while dealing... MORE
On October 17, SR International – Radio Sweden released an interview with Jamestown Fellow Sergey Sukhankin discussing Russia's private military contractors.
On October 2, news site Trend interviewed Jamestown President Glen E. Howard regarding Armenia's situation amidst the fighting in Karabakh.
On September 23, The New Arab interviewed Jamestown Fellow Sergey Sukhankin regarding Russia's oil-sector investments in Iraq.
Jamestown Non-Resident Fellow Matthew Brazil was quoted by Newsweek in a recent article, "Chinese Spies Pose Unprecedented Threat to US Beyond Elections to Mass Infiltration of Businesses, Intelligence Officials Say." Brazil is quoted as saying that the United States is currently the dominant power, with... MORE