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Sheehan Publishes 35 Articles Between Summer 2017 – 2018

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Between summer 2017 and summer 2018, Dr. Ivan Sascha Sheehan – Executive Director of the School of Public & International Affairsauthored or co-authored 35 policy-oriented op-eds in major news outlets, including 1 comprehensive study of the 2018 Iran uprising that was cited in official testimony before the Canadian Parliament. The articles frequently raised themes picked up by prominent American and European officials in public remarks and prior to important votes. In some instances, the articles were syndicated and translated into French and/or Farsi by third parties before being republished. Recent articles include:

SHEEHAN | When Iran Votes For President Friday, Is It A Referendum On The Future Or More Of The Same? | Independent Journal Review | 17 May 2017

SHEEHAN et al | Why the World Needs a Metropolitan Compact: A New Vision for the Future of Sustainability | Citiscope | 19 JUN 2017

SHEEHAN | Trump is Right to Focus on Iran’s Support of Terrorism | The Baltimore Sun | 26 JUN 2017

SHEEHAN | In Discussing Middle East Policy, US Should Acknowledge the Goal of Regime Change | Townhall | 19 JUN 2017

SHEEHAN | Trump et Macron devraient décourager les entreprises d’investir en Iran | Translation | Trump and Macron Should Jointly Discourage Businesses from Investing in Iran | La Tribune | 13 JUL 2017

SHEEHAN | Iran Ripe for Regime Change Two Years After Nuclear Deal | New York Daily News | 14 JUL 2017

SHEEHAN | Trump Sanctions Set Stage for Necessary Regime Change in Iran | The Hill | 4 AUG 2017

SHEEHAN | Iran Protests: How Trump Can Strike a Fatal Blow Against a Dangerous, Tyrannical Regime | Fox News| 30 Dec 2017

*Article was trending at FoxNews.com in the early days of the 2018 Iran uprising.

SHEEHAN & TANTER | Trump Faces an Unfolding Iranian Revolution–Time to Act | The Hill | 3 JAN 2018

TANTER & SHEEHAN Iran Protests Should Prompt Update of Trump Policy, Nuclear Deal | Newsmax | 4 JAN 2018

SHEEHAN | Trump Should Go Further on Iran | Washington Examiner | 5 JAN 2018

TANTER & SHEEHAN | US Renews Iran Nuclear Deal, Needs to Focus More on Human Rights | Newsmax | 14 JAN 2018

TANTER & SHEEHAN | Will 2018 Bring Revolution to Iran? The National Interest | 17 JAN 2018

*The National Interest is the leading journal associated with the realist school of foreign policy and is published by the Center for the National Interest, chaired by Henry Kissinger. The article, which was a leading article at the magazine during the 2018 Iran uprising, was coauthored with University of Michigan Professor Emeritus Raymond Tanter, a member of the National Security Council senior staff in the Regan White House. The article was subsequently translated into Farsi by Voice of America – Iran (VOA Farsi).

SHEEHAN | An Iran Without the Ayatollah is No Longer Unthinkable | Washington Examiner | 9 FEB 2018

*The article was also translated into Farsi by Voice of America – Iran (VOA Farsi) and republished.

SHEEHAN & TANTER | 2018 Winter Olympics an Occasion to Rein in Rogue Regimes | The Hill | 11 FEB 2018

TANTER + SHEEHAN | Will Israel and Iran Go to War? | Newsmax | 16 FEB 2018

SHEEHAN | It’s Time for the West to Lean on Tehran — the Iranian People Deserve It | National Post | 21 FEB 2018

*Published in print and online versions of National Post.

TANTER & SHEEHAN | Iran’s Cyber Warfare Against its People Must Not Stand | The Hill | 23 FEB 2018

TANTER & SHEEHAN | Iran and Israel Could Go to War Next Year | The National Interest | 25 FEB 2018

TANTER & SHEEHAN | Is it Time for Trump to Abandon the Iran Deal? | Newsmax | 8 MAR 2018

TANTER & SHEEHAN | US, Israel Must Grow Closer to Tear the Iranian Regime Apart | The Hill | 11 MAR 2018

SHEEHAN | Iranians are Setting an Auspicious Date for a New Uprising | Townhall | 12 MAR 2018

SHEEHAN | Culture Clash Could Lead to Political Revolt During Persian Festival of Fire | The Hill | 12 MAR 2018

SHEEHAN | Bolton’s Fiery Style Reduces Risk of War and Promotes the Iranian People’s Desire for Change | The Hill | 28 MAR 2018

*Article received ~11,500 direct Twitter shares in less than a week.

SHEEHAN | Bolton’s Appointment a Step in the Right Direction for White House Posture on Iran | The Daily Caller | 1 APR 2018

SHEEHAN | The Rebellion in Iran: A Comprehensive Assessment | Modern Diplomacy | 10 APR 2018

+ Reprinted by Eurasia Review on 11 APR 2018

 *This 7,000+ word study is among the most comprehensive analyses of the Iran protests in print.

*On May 2, 2018, Sheehan’s analysis was referenced in official testimony in the Canadian Parliament by leading Iran policy scholar and President of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, Mark Dubowitz. Sheehan was also cited by the editor of The Washington Free Beacon.

TANTER & SHEEHAN | Trump’s Foreign Policy Plans Put America First | The National Interest | 1 MAY 2018

+ Reprinted by Yahoo News

*The National Interest is the leading journal associated with the realist school of foreign policy and is published by the Center for the National Interest, chaired by Henry Kissinger. The article, which was a leading article at the magazine during the 2018 Iran uprising, was coauthored with University of Michigan Professor Emeritus Raymond Tanter, a member of the National Security Council senior staff in the Regan White House.

 SHEEHAN | Even Before Trump’s Latest Warning, Iran was Facing Bigger Problems than Ever | International Policy Digest | 2 MAY 2018

 SHEEHAN | The Iranian People Deserve a Better Deal from the West | Modern Diplomacy | 15 MAY 2018

TANTER & SHEEHAN | Are Israel and Iran on Path to War? | Newsmax | 16 MAY 2018

 SHEEHAN | The Alarmists Are Wrong About Withdrawal from the Iran Deal | International Policy Digest | 17 MAY 2018

 SHEEHAN | Expanded Strategy Opens Doors to Weakening Tehran, Promoting Iranian Dissidents | The Daily Caller | 25 MAY 2018

 SHEEHAN | The United States’ Firm Policy on North Korea Should be Applied to Iran, Too | The Daily Caller | 26 JUNE 2018

SHEEHAN | The End of the Iranian Regime May Be Close at Hand | Townhall | 27 JUNE 2018

SHEEHAN | Iranian Terror Plot Motivated by Threat of Regime Change | Modern Diplomacy | 18 JULY 2018

In June 2018, Dr. Sheehan traveled to Paris as part of a research delegation examining the Iranian opposition as protests swept over Iran. Sheehan’s policy-oriented writing, scholarship, and media appearances – as well as analyses provided to policymakers in the U.S. Congress – have examined matters related to regime change in Iran. On June 29, 2018, Sheehan participated in radio, print, and television media in Paris, including interviews with talk show host Mike Siegel (syndicated by Genesis Communications Network), Al Arabiya, Iran National Television, and the National Council of Resistance of Iran. Dr. Sheehan also spoke, on background, for reporting carried out by POLITICO.

The Paris conference, carried live in the U.S. by Fox News and The Washington Times, was also broadcast inside Iran by Voice of America and featured prominently in many Arab newspapers. Dignitaries in attendance included former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Newt Gingrich; former FBI Director Louis Freeh, former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge; former U.S. Attorney General Judge Michael Mukasey; former National Security Advisor to President George W. Bush, Frances Townsend, and many others.

Breaking news following the event indicated that the rally had been targeted by agents of Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) in a terror plot thwarted by authorities in Belgium, France, Germany, and Austria who worked together to foil the bombing. Five individuals, including an Iranian diplomat, who was reportedly working as an MOIS Station Chief in Vienna, were arrested after being trapped with explosives and a detonator. The plot was immediately reported on by The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Reuters, and NBC and addressed by senior U.S. State Department officials.

In summer 2018, Dr. Sheehan was also invited to join select, senior former U.S. officials – including Speaker Newt Gingrich, FBI Director Louis Freeh, and Attorney General Michael Mukasey – as a signatory to an open letter published in the The New York Times in support of Iranian protesters promoting democracy in Iran. Sheehan was also invited to join a group of select, distinguished U.S. officials as a signatory to an official letter sent to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on the foiled terror plot launched by the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) that targeted the rally for democracy in Iran held in Paris.

Dr. Ivan Sascha Sheehan is the Executive Director of the School of Public & International Affairs at the University of Baltimore. For research or media related updates or to learn more about Dr. Sheehan, follow him at @ProfSheehan or link to his research profiles.

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Sheehan Assumes Leadership of School of Public & International Affairs

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On July 1, 2018, Dr. Ivan Sascha Sheehan was named Executive Director (Chair) of the School of Public & International Affairs (SPIA) – the largest unit within the College of Public Affairs – at the University of Baltimore. In this role, Sheehan will oversee 7 graduate and undergraduate programs, 6 program directors, 23 full-time faculty, dozens of adjunct faculty, and more than 750 students.

The University of Baltimore’s College of Public Affairs is in the top 25 percent of all 282 public affairs institutions in the United States in the 2019 U.S. News & World Report graduate-school rankings, where it ties with Brown University, Claremont Graduate University, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, University of Texas-Dallas, University of California-San Diego, and Pepperdine University. The University of Baltimore is a member of the University System of Maryland.

Prior to assuming leadership of the School of Public and International Affairs, Dr. Sheehan – a tenured Associate Professor of Public and International Affairs – served for 8 years as the director of the Negotiation and Conflict Management graduate program and founding director of the Global Affairs and Human Security graduate program in the College of Public Affairs.

An award-winning professor, Sheehan is the recipient of the 2015 University of Baltimore President’s Faculty Award, the 2016 University System of Maryland Board of Regents Award, and a 2017 citation from the Maryland State Senate in recognition of “Exceptional leadership and Service to the University of Baltimore.”

Dr. Sheehan is the author of more than eighty publications and has appeared in The National InterestForeign PolicyFox NewsAl JazeeraThe Washington TimesThe HillRoll CallThe Washington ExaminerThe Baltimore SunHaaretzThe Jerusalem PostNational PostUnited Press InternationalTownhall.comNewsmaxThe Daily CallerIndependent Journal ReviewModern DiplomacyInternational Policy DigestNew York Daily NewsCitiscopeLa Tribune (in French), and numerous academic journals. His writing has been translated into French and Farsi and he has participated in media around the world. Dr. Sheehan has also been cited in official testimony before the Canadian parliament.

For research or media related updates or to learn more about Dr. Sheehan, follow him at @ProfSheehan or link to his research profiles.

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