The Chinese spy balloon is the latest chapter in the history of high-altitude espionage and surveillance | The Globe and Mail
February 9, 2023 | The story of the flight of the Chinese balloon created a near-hysteria in political circles of not on the ground and, in breathless cable coverage, suggested a frightening new frontier in international spycraft, said David Shribman.
January 27, 2022 | While reflecting on the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam war David Shribman said " It is the wound that will not heal, the heartbreak that will not end.
Amid rising pressures and a political divide, Biden’s centric views might be a bad omen for a second term | The Globe and Mail
April 29, 2022 | U.S. President Joe Biden, a lifelong centrist Democrat, has a extremely difficult job at an exceedingly tumultuous time in history. His low poll numbers reflect the scale of the challenges he faces. As politics becomes more and more polarized, what does Joe Biden's moderate approach to politics bode for his re-election chances, should he decide to seek a second term?
David Shribman: Ukraine's crisis is a tipping point for the world's democracies | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
March 20, 2022 | In the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Max Bell School professor David Shribman comments on the bravery of Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the face of conflict that may prove a worrying harbinger for the fate of the world's democracies.
2022 is turning out to be a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year for Biden | The Globe and Mail
January 18, 2022 | After last week's defeats, U.S. President Joe Biden has been transformed from Battling Joe Biden into the Embattled Joe Biden, David Shribman writes for The Globe and Mail. "The new year brought forth a new Biden - a fiery, determined, passionate President substituting for the dewyeyed, sentimental chief executive.
Biden vows to end filibuster ahead of voting rights bills ‘that will mark a turning point’ in U.S. history | The Globe and Mail
January 12, 2022 | Joe Biden isn't the first president to push for expanded voting rights, David Shribman comments in his article for The Globe and Mail.
January 4, 2022 | In a special to The Globe and Mail, David Shribman discusses the furious debates Americans are having as the one-year anniversary of the siege at the Capitol arrives.
November 23, 2021 | How does the public perception of inflation affect their expectations for the future? While the devastation of historic inflation in the United States lingers only in the minds of older Americans, younger generations are also feeling the strain on their spending habits. In this article for the Globe and Mail, Max Bell School instructor David Shribman comments on the trajectory of inflation, and how this may affect everyday life.
November 14, 2021 | In his latest piece for the Globe and Mail, Max Bell School professor David Shribman explains how the Republican Party is seeking to transition away from its reputation as being the party of Big Business, instead leaning into trust-busting and other strategies for reining in the power of America's corporations.
November 1, 2021 | David Shribman speaks on the challenges facing Trump as he curates his Presidential library.
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May 21, 2021 | The power dynamics in United States-Israeli relations are exceedingly complicated. David Shribman helps unpack that complexity in this episode of The Decibel podcast, produced by The Globe and Mail.
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May 16, 2021 | As the age-old conflict in the Middle East rages to a level not seen since the 2014 Gaza War, Joe Biden's ability to do anything about it appears limited. Biden is in a difficult situation, write David Shribman, destined to face backlash from various constituencies no matter what he does.
April 24, 2021 | In the contemporary First Hundred Days (the standard measure of early presidential achievement that, in Joe Biden's case, ends April 30), a consequential question, which will determine the course of the next several years and will shape the 46th President’s place in history, emerges: Has Mr.
April 28, 2021 | Max Bell School professor David Shribman reacts to U.S. President Joe Biden's first address to Congress, which leaned into the burgeoning sentiment among Americans that government can and should play a central role in addressing the biggest challenges of our time.
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May 5, 2021 | Over two years after the tragic mass shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue, David Shribman focuses on renewal, reflection, and and remembrance.
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