COHA in the Public Arena: June 22 to June 28

COHA in the Public Arena: June 22 to June 28

Interviews

On Monday, June 24, COHA Research Fellow W. Alejandro Sánchez was interviewed by ABC News/ Unavisión about Edward Snowden and his quest for asylum in Ecuador. To read the article in which he was cited, please click here.

On Monday, June 24, COHA Research Associate Laura Powell was interviewed by the National Public Radio about the Edward Snowden and his quest for asylum in Ecuador.

On Monday, June 24, COHA Research Associate Stephanie Vancil was interviewed by Jamaica Speaks about the recent protests in Brazil.

 

Citations

On Thursday, June 27, COHA Senior Research Fellow Fred Mills and COHA Research Associate Laura Powell’s article entitled “The Hemispheric Dimension of Asylum For Edward Snowden” was republished by the Eurasia Review. Please click here to read the article.

 

On Wednesday, June 26, COHA Research Fellow W. Alejandro Sánchez’s article entitled “A necessary evil? Peru’s military draft” was published by Voxxi. Please click here to read the article.

On Tuesday, June 25, COHA Research Fellow W. Alejandro Sánchez’s article entitled “Why is Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa granting Edward Snowden asylum?” was published by Voxxi. Please click here to read the article.

COHA Research Fellow W. Alejandro Sánchez’s journal article entitled, “Should High-Profile Terrorists and Cartel Leaders Be Eliminated?” was published by Active Measures. To read a PDF version of the article, please click here.

 

On Tuesday, June 25, COHA Research Associate Jessie Durrett’s article entitled “Open support for OAS is imperative for productive partnership” was published by Voxxi. Please click here to read the article.

 

On Monday, June 24, COHA Research Associates Sarah Otis, Stephanie Vancil, and Nicole Wasson’s article entitled “Brazilian Protests About Far More Than Bus Fare Hikes” was republished by the Eurasia Review. Please click here to read the article.

 

Events

On Wednesday, June 26, George Ciccariello-Maher, author of We Created Chávez: A People’s History of the Venezuelan Revolution, visited the headquarters of the Council on Hemispheric Affairs (COHA).