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March 21, 2018: Morten Wendelbo and Raymond Robertson, "Tariffs won’t save American steel jobs. But we can still help steelworkers", The Conversation
March 21, 2018: Danny Davis, "Focus at Four: A&M terrorism expert on Austin bombings", KBTX
March 21, 2018: Morten Wendelbo and Raymond Robertson, "Trump's tariffs won't save steel. But we can still help the workers.", Houston Chronicle
March 20, 2018: Jessica Gottlieb, "Trump’s presidency has prompted a new, nationwide college course on why democracies collapse", The Washington Post
March 19, 2018: Gregory Gause, "Fresh Prince", Foreign Affairs
March 19, 2018: Gregory Gause, "Saudi Arabia: The White House Loves It. Most Americans? Not So Much", NPR
March 16, 2018: Reyko Huang, "The Organization of Rebellion: New Research Program on Rebel Governance and Legitimacy", Political Violence at a Glance
March 15, 2018: Joshua Shifrinson, "U.S. and U.K. Responses to Russian Meddling and Murder May Be Just The Beginning", Texas Standard
March 13, 2018: Morten Wendelbo, "Saline investigation highlights the cost of American healthcare", Financial Times
March 12, 2018: Andrew Natsios, "The Harvey housing work isn’t done, but there’s a study in the works", The Houston Chronicle
March 09, 2018: Ronald Sievert and William Norris, "Arbitration as a way out of the North Korean crisis", The Conversation
March 06, 2018: Gabriela Marin Thornton, "Europe Wants American Support for a Common Security Policy ", The National Interest
March 04, 2018: Gregory Gause, "Saudi Arabia just put a woman in a top government position for the first time", Business Insider
March 03, 2018: Scowcroft Institute, "NATO commander to give lecture at George Bush Presidential Library on Monday", The Eagle
March 03, 2018: Valerie Hudson, "Experts to US Lawmakers: Women Are Untapped Resource in Countering Extremism", Voice of America
March 02, 2018: Christine Crudo Blackburn, Gerald W. Parker and Morten Wendelbo, "How the 1918 Flu Pandemic Helped Advance Women’s Rights", Smithsonian
March 01, 2018: Joshua Shifrinson, "To Protect Election Systems From Cyber Attack, Feds And States Need Closer Coordination", Texas Public Radio
March 01, 2018: Christine Crudo Blackburn, Gerald W. Parker and Morten Wendelbo, "How the devastating 1918 flu pandemic helped advance US women’s rights", The Conversation
February 28, 2018: Morten Wendelbo, "Medical System Flaw", BYU Radio
February 22, 2018: Ronald Sievert, "25 YEARS LATER: REFLECTIONS ON THE BRANCH DAVIDIAN SIEGE", Texas Standard
February 21, 2018: Danny Davis, "Large bags banned from Cinemark theaters due to safety concerns", KBTX
February 21, 2018: Danny Davis, "Bryan, College Station districts stress safety after recent threats", The Eagle
February 16, 2018: Scowcroft Institute of International Affair, "Scholars address gender socialization during panel discussion at Texas A&M", The Eagle
February 11, 2018: Joanna Lahey, "How #MeToo power dynamics affect economists", PBS Newshour
February 10, 2018: Morten Wendelbo, "This year's severe flu exposes a serious flaw in our medical system", Fort Worth Business Press
February 08, 2018: Morten Wendelbo, "What is 'right to try,' and could it help?", Houston Chronicle
February 06, 2018: Andrew Natsios, "Should the US Reduce the Number of Troops in Iraq?", The Texas Standard
February 06, 2018: Raymond Robertson, "Focus at Four: Stock market drop explained, put in context", KBTX
February 01, 2018: Scowcroft Institute, "Outbreak expert, Texas A&M faculty member says disease requires constant vigilance", The Eagle
February 01, 2018: Scowcroft Institute, "Outbreak expert, Texas A&M faculty member says disease requires constant vigilance", The Eagle
January 25, 2018: Andrew Natsios, "Preventing a Post-Collapse Crisis in North Korea", Foreign Affairs
January 25, 2018: Lori Taylor, "Is school finance chief part of ‘corruption in Topeka,’ or honest guy doing his job?", The Wichita Eagle
January 25, 2018: Scowcroft Institute, "Author and professor speaks at Bush Library on oral history and the human impact of Syrian crisis", The Eagle
January 22, 2018: Morten Wendelbo, "Focus at Four: How the flu uncovered a 'serious flaw' in the American healthcare system", KBTX
January 22, 2018: Morten Wendelbo, "Texas Standard for January 22, 2018", Texas Standard
January 21, 2018: Morten Wendelbo and Christine Crudo Blackburn, "The bad flu season has revealed a dangerous problem with our medical supply chain", The Washington Post
January 21, 2018: Morten Wendelbo and Gerald Parker , "What the government shutdown means for the health of Americans", Los Angeles Times
January 21, 2018: Morten Wendelbo, Gerald W. Parker, "What the government shutdown means for the health of Americans", The Conversation
January 18, 2018: Scowcroft Institute, "Bush School speaker discusses US alliances in Asia", The Eagle
January 18, 2018: Morten Wendelbo, Christine Crudo Blackburn, "This year’s severe flu exposes a serious flaw in our medical system", The Conversation

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