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“One Day University Comes to Richmond with Engaged Audience Hearing about FDR,” Richmond Times-Dispatch (18 June 2016).

“New Online, Interactive History Class Debuts,” Daily Texan (27 January 2016).

“The Challenge of Restoring the ‘Public’ to ‘Public Higher Education,’” Chronicle of Higher Education

(11 December 2015).

“Whatever Happened to the American Dream?” Life and Letters Magazine (Fall 2012).

“To Reunite Wisconsin, Elite Leaders Must Step Up” Capital Times (11 June 2012).

Princeton Review rates Jeremi Suri as “1 of the 300 Best Professors” Huffington Post (9 April 2012).

Analysis of the “Occupy Wall Street” Movement  Bloomberg TV (15 November 2011).

“9/11: What Else it Taught Us” Boston Globe (11 September 2011).

“Exciting New Technologies for Global Connections”
University of Wisconsin-Madison Communications (5 November 2010).

“The Tug of War: Innovative Research and Teaching with Military Veterans”
On Wisconsin Magazine (Fall 2010).

“Distance Education Becoming More Popular”
Capital Times (10 August 2010).

“UW History Professor Takes Students on a Cold War Ride.” Bill Glauber.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (11 April 2010), page B1
.

“Inside Agitator.” Jennifer A. Smith, Isthmus Newspaper, Madison, Wisc. (11/5/09).

“The Big Picture.” Heather Laroi. Smithsonian.com Magazine. October 2007 and also cover page

“UW historian named one of Smithsonian’s top young innovators.” Brian Mattmiller. UW News. 4 Oct 2007.

Suri, History News Network Top Young Historian.  HNN.

Interview in the Campaign for the American Reader blog. 25 July 2007

Interview for the Aargauer Zeitung, 25 October 2007

Reviews of Writings

Review of Foreign Policy Breakthroughs book. H-Net Reviews (May 2016).

“How the Islamic State Evolved in an American Prison.” Washington Post, 4 November 2014

“Time for a Preemptive Strike Against North Korea? Some Say Yes.” Christian Science Monitor, 15 April 2013

“UT Professor Says U.S. Should Destroy North Korean Missiles,” Austin Statesman, 15 April 2013

“U.S. Easing Out of Nation-Building Business,” National Public Radio, 24 November 2011

“Fog of History.” American Enterprise Institute of Public Policy Research. 27 Aug 2007

Foreign Affairs Capsule Reviews, Council of Foreign Relations. Oct 2007

“The Jewish key to Henry Kissinger.” Niall Ferguson. UK Times Literary Supplement (TLS) online. 28 May 2008

Quoted

“Secretary of State Tillerson Says Military Options Against North Korean ‘On the Table,’” NBC News.com

(18 March 2017).

“The 1947 Law that could Block Trump’s Secretary of Defense Nominee,” Time Magazine (2 December 2016).

“The Weight of the World on Trump’s Shoulders,” Deutsche Welle (27 November 2016).

“There’s Another Reason Clinton’s Win Would Be Historic: Not Just Her Being a Woman” Washington Post

(8 November 2016).

“Does the Age of Our Presidential Candidates Matter?” Houston Chronicle (27 May 2016).

“Pope’s Climate Message Challenges Texas Politicians,” Houston Chronicle (17 June 2015).

“Europe’s Far-Right Political Parties Could Benefit from Paris Shooting,” International Business Times (22 January 2015).

“2014 Protests: From Ferguson to Hong Kong,” USA Today (25 December 2014).

“Obama Emphasizes Importance of Alliances in Foreign Policy Address,” National Public Radio (28 May 2014).

“Making the Grade: Reforming U.S. Education,” Life and Letters Magazine (Spring 2014).

“Racism, Sexism & the 50-Year Campaign to Undermine the War on Poverty,” ThinkProgress (8 January 2014).

“Tobin Project Coordinates Transformative Research by Scholars and Policy-Makers.” Chronicle of Higher Education (1 March 2013)

“Obama Overseas: Speak Loudly and Carry a Smaller Stick.” National Public Radio (22 January 2013)

“Obama-Romney Debate Can’t Avoid ‘Nation-Building.’” Christian Science Monitor (23 August 2012)

“Could Running Mate Paul Ryan Run the Country.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (18 August 2012)

“Social Media and American Foreign Policy in Africa.” National Public Radio (8 March 2012)

“Rethinking that ‘Special Relationship’ between the U.S. and Britain.” New York Times Magazine (30 October 2011)

“In Libya, U.S. Steers Clear of Nation-Building.” National Public Radio (21 October 2011)

“Wall Street Protesters have Ink-Stained Fingers.” New York Times (10 October 2011)

“Kissinger, On Stage and Off.” The Jewish Week (25 January 2011)

“President Obama’s Visit to Madison Echoes Truman’s 60 Years Ago.” Wisconsin State Journal (26 September 2010)

“Kissinger Cable Heightens Suspicions About 1976 Operation Condor Killings.” Los Angeles Times (11 April 2010)

Arguing the size of the “tea party” protest.  Patrik Jonsson.  Christian Science Monitor 18 April 2009.

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Jeremi Suri holds the Mack Brown Distinguished Chair for Leadership in Global Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin. He is a professor in the University's Department of History and the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs. Professor Suri is the author and editor of nine books on contemporary politics and foreign policy. Professor Suri's research and teaching have received numerous prizes. In 2007 Smithsonian Magazine named him one of America's "Top Young Innovators" in the Arts and Sciences. His writings appear widely in blogs and print media. Professor Suri is also a frequent public lecturer and guest on radio and television programs.

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