November 10, 2016
An op-ed by associate professor of national security Howard Stoffer examining what President-Elect Donald Trump’s foreign policy proposals could mean for the word is featured in Time magazine’s TIME Ideas, an online forum of the world's leading voices that provides commentary on events in news, society, and culture.
Stoffer is a former senior foreign service officer in the U.S. Department of State and a former director of counterterrorism at the United Nations.
At the University of New Haven, he teaches classes on homeland security and terrorism and is teaching a special topics course this semester about weapons of mass destruction. In the spring, he will teach a class that will examine the development of the United Nations.
Previously, he joined with a Russian affairs expert and a former United States congressman to co-teach a course that featured an intensive role-playing project in which students simulated the roles global leaders have in the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict.
They found that the alliance process in order to reach a unified position requires a great deal more work than they ever thought it would,” said Stoffer. “This is what experiential educational is all about.