Power Struggles in the South China Sea, Berlin Security Beat Podcast, Hertie School Center for International Security
Sara Mitchell: New U.S. maritime strategy offers liberal vision, CLAS News, University of Iowa.
A Liberal Case for Sea Power? War on the Rocks piece, February 25, 2021.
Clashes at Sea, Sea Control podcast interview with the Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC), January 24, 2021
Interview with KWWL News, January 7, 2021.
Here's what we can do about the gender gap in political science journals (with Michelle Dion), . Washington Post, Monkey Cage, August 26, 2019.
Could the new fighting between Russia and Ukraine escalate into all-out war?. Washington Post, Monkey Cage. December 5, 2018.
Pressing Politics Panel on the #Metoo Movement, Duck of Minerva, June 19, 2018.
Guest on River to River, Iowa Public Radio. Appearances on 8/23/2017, 12/22/2017, 2/15/2018, 8/7/2019, 9/11/2019, 2/5/2020, 3/25/2020, 4/22/2020, 5/6/2020, 6/17/2020, 9/9/2020, 12/23/2020. 2/24/2021
Iowa Public Radio, Patterns of Maritime Conflicts, 1900-2010. December 22, 2017.
Patterns of Maritime Conflicts, 1900-2010. Presentation to the Iowa City Foreign Relations Council, November 2017.
Relations International: The Importance of Water (In)Security". March 23, 2017.
Relations International: Embracing our Failures". May 25, 2016.
Foreign Policy: "How To Get Tenure (If You're a Woman)", coauthored with Erica Chenoweth, Page Fortna, Burcu Savun, Jessica Weeks, and Kathleen Cunningham. April 19, 2016.
Des Moines Register: "Why Voting for a Female President Matters",, January 22, 2016.
Piracy-Studies.Org: "Strategies for Resolving Maritime Disputes: Privatization vs. Institutionalization (with Stephen Nemeth)", February 3, 2015.
Pedagogy in Action Interview: International Conflict (2013).
Washington Post: The Monkey Cage: "Why It Matters That More Women Present at Conferences", October 2, 2013.
Duck of Minerva, Part II: "The Glass Half Full: Gendered Progress in Academic Networking", August 27, 2013.
Duck of Minerva, Part I: "The Glass Half Empty: Gendered Networking Problems in Academic Networking", August 24, 2013.
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