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  • Rob was a guest on talkRadio, discussing Trump's decision on whether to de-certify Iranian compliance with the JCPOA nuclear deal, on 16 October 2017.
  • Rob was a guest on talkRadio, discussing North Korea's missile launch over Japan, on 30 August 2017.
  • Rob was a guest on The Two Mikes on talkRadio, discussing US race relations since Martin Luther King, on 28 August 2017.
  • Rob was a guest on the Jake Yapp Breakfast Show on talkRadio, discussing Trump and North Korea, on 13 August 2017.
  • Rob was a guest on BBC Radio 4's 'Woman's Hour' on 20 July 2017, discussing the FBI's 'Most Wanted Woman', Assata Shakur: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08xxdpd
  • In May 2017, Rob's article, '"I, The People": A Deflationary Interpretation of Populism, Trump and the United States Constitution,' was published in the first issue of volume 46 of the journal Economy and Society: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/FAdFxVIYDNf7zpXQaHIc/full
  • Rob was a guest on The Ed Bowsher Show on Share Radio, discussing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Trump and the Russians, on 2 March 2017: https://www.shareradio.co.uk/podcasts/im-95-sure-that-well-hear-more-about-trump-russia-links-says-prof-robert-singh-02-mar-17/PodcastPlayer
  • Rob was quoted on the prospects of the UK-US relationship in Tamara Micner's article in the Christian Science Monitor, on February 7, 2017 at: http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Europe/2017/0206/Could-Brexit-pressures-push-May-to-surrender-British-independence-to-US-video.
  • Rob was one of the panelists at the event 'What will Trump's presidency mean for Europe and the UK?', University College London, January 30, 2017.
  • Rob was quoted in the article by Helen Corbett, 'May first to meet Trump: rekindling the Thatcher-Reagan relationship?', DPA International January 25, 2017: http://www.dpa-international.com/topic/may-first-meet-trump-rekindling-thatcher-reagan-relationship-170125-99-29819
  • Rob was quoted on the Obama legacy in the Colombian weekly magazine Semana on January 21, 2017: http://www.semana.com/mundo/articulo/donald-trump-contra-la-politica-de-barack-obama/512814
  • Rob was quoted in the Greek newspaper To Vima on Obama and Trump in January 2017: file:///C:/Users/ubsl122/Downloads/Trump1.PDF
  • Rob appeared on BBC World News television to comment on the Trump inauguration from 21.00-22.00 on January 20, 2017.
  • Rob was a guest on Sky News Arabia discussion of the Obama legacy on January 17, 2017: http://www.skynewsarabia.com/web/niran-sadiqa
  • Rob gave a Texel Breakfast Briefing at the Lloyds building, London, on 'Appraising The Prospects of the Trump Presidency: Political Earthquake or Minor Tremor?' on January 10, 2017.
  • Rob recorded a 'Meet The Author' podcast with Dr Ben Worthy on the Obama legacy and Trump prospects in December 2016: http://10-gower-street.com/2016/12/01/meet-the-author-prof-rob-singh-on-obamas-legacy-and-trumps-future/
  • Rob was one of four contributors to Prospect, on 'Is Donald Trump's election good for Britain?', published on November 12, 2016 at: http://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/politics/big-question-is-donald-trumps-election-good-news-for-britain
  • Rob has been quoted extensively on the US election in the Norwegian Business Daily newspaper: file:///C:/Users/Rob/Downloads/Singh1-2%20(1).pdf; file:///C:/Users/Rob/Downloads/Singh2%20(1).pdf;  file:///C:/Users/Rob/Downloads/Singh-2-2%20(1).pdf; file:///C:/Users/Rob/Downloads/Trump-team1%20(1).pdf; file:///C:/Users/Rob/Downloads/Trump-team2.pdf
  • Rob was a guest on the BBC's Scotland 2016 on November 11, 2016 (from 10.30 on), at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b082q1bw/scotland-2016-10112016
  • Rob appeared on a panel on the US election result with Professor Iwan Morgan and Dr Andrew Wroe at the University of Kent on November 11, 2016.
  • Rob's article, 'The US Election and the post-Brexit "Special Relationship",' was commissioned and published on November 7, 2016, by KCL/ESRC 'The UK in a Changing Europe' project, at: http://ukandeu.ac.uk/the-us-election-and-the-post-brexit-special-relationship/
  • Rob's article, 'The US Supreme Court: an effective protector of civil rights and liberties?', was published in Politics Review 26 (2), pp. 8-11, in November 2016.
  • Rob was part of a panel on the US election with Dr Steven Hurst at the University of Lancaster on October 27, 2016: http://scan.lusu.co.uk/index.php/2016/11/06/lups-brings-the-us-election-debate-to-lancaster/
  • Rob was one of two guests debating the US election at the Frontline Club, Bucharest, Romania on October 26, 2016. This was reported in The Epoch Times on October 31, 2016, at: http://epochtimes-romania.com/news/profesor-britanic-politica-externa-a-lui-obama-este-un-esec---253641
  • Rob was part of a panel at the Defence Academy, Shrivenham, on the 2016 US presidential election, on October 13, 2016.
  • Rob gave a presentation on 'The 2016 US Election: Does Foreign Policy Matter?' at the Conflict, Security and International Order research seminar series at the University of Bath, October 11, 2016. He also gave an interview there to Nation TV, Thailand:  https://youtu.be/h6mjSnbZmB0
  • Rob discussed his book After Obama at the panel 'The Only Superpower? What Next for America?' at the Cheltenham Literature Festival on October 8, 2016.
  • Rob gave a talk on 'The 2016 US Election: Does the Middle East Matter?' at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, Doha, Qatar, on September 20, 2016.
  • Rob gave a talk for the Centre for the Study of British Politics and Public Life at the Keynes Library, Birkbeck, on 'The 2016 US Election: Can Trump Win?', on September 14, 2016: http://www.csbppl.com/2016/09/15/the-2016-us-election-trump-can-win/
  • Rob gave a Texel Finance Breakfast Briefing talk on 'The US 2016 Presidential Election: Can Trump Win?' at Lloyds, London on 20 July 2016.
  • Rob gave a lecture on 'US-UK Relations: Still a Special Relationship?' to Michigan State University Year Abroad students on July 12, 2016 in London.
  • Rob spoke at the Philip Allan US Update conference on 'Elections and Voting Behaviour' and 'Pressure Groups', London, 3 February 2016.
  • Rob's blog article on the Trump phenomenon was published in January 2016: http://www.bbk.ac.uk/politics/news/the-presidential-apprentice-taking-trump-seriously
  • Rob appeared on Radio 4's The Long View on 19 January, discussing Donald Trump:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06wcydr
  • Rob was one of four guests discussing the Obama Doctrine on the BBC World Service Newshour Extra, on 6 November 2015, at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p036lg6g
  • Rob's article, 'US political parties: the source of dysfunction in US government?', appeared in Politics Review 25 (2) November 2015, pp. 18-22.
  • Rob was a participant in the Salzburg Global Seminar on “The Search for a New Global Balance: America’s Changing Role in the World" from 24-29 September, 2015, in Salzburg, Austria.
  • Rob was one of the three speakers at the House of Commons on 'The Obama Era: Reflections on US Foreign and National Security Policy', chaired by John Glen MP and hosted by the Henry Jackson Society, on June 10, 2015 (http://henryjacksonsociety.org/2015/06/10/the-obama-era-reflections-on-us-foreign-national-security-policy/)
  • Rob's article, 'The Supreme Court: a political, not a judicial, institution?', appeared in Politics Review 24 (3) 2015, pp. 2-5
  • Rob served as the international panel member for the decennial review of the Department of Political Studies at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, in October 2014.
  • Rob's article, 'The US Constitution: does it ensure limited government?', appeared in Politics Review February 2014.
  • Rob spoke on the panel 'History and the Special Relationship' at 'Diplomacy, Alliances and War: Anglo-American Perspectives on History and Strategy in the September 11th Era', a joint University of Texas-Austin and King's College London conference, 1-2 November 2013, at the University of Texas, Austin, Texas.
  • Rob's article, 'UN General Assembly another venue for Obama's Inaction' appeared in 'The Conversation' on 23 September 2013, at:
    http://theconversation.com/un-general-assembly-another-venue-for-obamas-inaction-18492
  • Rob's review of Richard Haas, Foreign Policy Begins At Home, appeared in the July edition of International Affairs 89 (4) 2013, p. 1078-9.
  • Rob gave a talk, 'US Politics: Looking Ahead', at the 'Understanding US Foreign Policy' programme at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London, 30 July 2013.
  • Rob was part of a roundtable with Rory Miller (KCL), David Milne (UEA) and Tim Lynch (Melbourne) to launch Tim's Oxford Encyclopedia of American Diplomatic and Military History (OUP, 2013) at Senate House on 25 April 2013.
  • Rob gave a talk, 'Continuity We Can Believe In: Two Cheers for Obama's Foreign Policy', at the Strategic Defence Forum, Sandhurst, 25 March 2013.
  • Rob gave a talk, 'US Politics: Looking Ahead', at the 'Understanding US Foreign Policy' programme at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London, 12 March 2013.
  • Rob gave talks on 'The 2012 Elections' and 'The Republican Party: Big Tent or Tea Party' at the Philip Allen Update conference, London, 13 February, 2013.
  • Rob gave a Quarterly Breakfast Briefing at Lloyds on January 24, 2013 on the topic 'Barack Obama's Second Term: prospects, pitfalls, and risk.'
  • Rob's article, 'America v Itself' appears in the January 2013 edition of BBK Magazine, at http://www.bbk.ac.uk/about-us/bbk/bbk-magazine-issue-31/America_v_itself.pdf
  • Rob gave a talk on 'US Politics: Looking Beyond 2012', at the 'Understanding US Foreign Policy' programme, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London, on December 4, 2012.
  • Rob took part in a panel on the US election and the Middle East at Kings College, London, on November 13, 2012, at:
    http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/mems/eventrecords/2012-13/uselection.aspx
  • Rob's September 2012 article, 'The Republican Party and US Foreign Policy', appears at: http://www.e-ir.info/
  • Rob was interviewed in September about the US election for Dukascopy TV, at: http://www.dukascopy.com/tv/#85110

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  • Rob's new book, Barack Obama's Post-American Foreign Policy: The Limits of Engagement, was published in May 2012.
  • Rob gave a talk, 'Looking Forward to the 2012 Elections and Beyond', as part of the 'Understanding US Foreign Policy' course at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on 22 May, 2012.
  • Rob gave a presentation and Q & A on the US political system to members of Reprieve on 16 May, 2012.
  • Rob spoke about Obama's foreign policy to members of the Parliamentary Labour Party's Foreign and Defence Committees at the House of Commons on 15 May, 2012.
  • Rob gave the first Quarterly Breakfast Briefing at Lloyds on 8 February 2012, on the topics of 'what impact does American foreign policy still have on global political risk?'
  • Rob's article, 'The Roberts Court: judicial activism or judicial restraint?', appears in Politics Review vol. 21 issue 3 in February 2012.
  • Rob gave a talk on 'Looking Ahead to 2012' at the National School of Government, London, on 11 November 2011.
  • Rob was interviewed about the tenth anniversary of 9/11 for the article '9/11, Ora il cielo ha un altro significato,' in the Italian online journal, at: http://affaritaliani.libero.it/politica/9_11_ora_cielo_ha_altro_significato090911.html
  • Rob chaired a Chatham House members' event, 'Obama and the Middle East: Two Years On', featuring James Zogby, President of the Arab American Institute in Washington DC, 9 February 2011.
  • Rob participated in a roundtable on 'Barack Obama's Democracy Promotion' at the conference, 'Our National Character, Our National Purpose: US President and Democracy Promotion', at the US Presidency Centre of the Institute for the Study of the Americas, London, 28 April 2010.
  • Rob participated in a panel on 'Obama Nation? US Foreign Policy One Year On' at LSE IDEAS, 21 January 2010.
  • Rob chaired the 7 September 2009 discussion, 'Obama's First Months: Was the Hype and Hope Justified?', with Richard Wolffe, MSNBC political analyst and author of Renegade: The Making of a President, at Chatham House.
  • After Bush won the Richard E. Neustadt prize for the best book published on US politics by a UK academic in 2008-09. (The award was made by the American Politics Group of the Political Science Association of the UK. After Bush was the joint winner with Steven Casey's Selling the Korean War.)
  • After Bush was the subject of a summer 2009 H-Diplo symposium of reviews, including Thomas Maddux, Robert Lieber, Joshua Muravchik and Richard Saull, at http://www.h-net.org/~diplo/roundtables/PDF/Roundtable-X-20.pdf
  • Rob's essay, 'The 2008 US presidential election: all change?', was published in Politics Review 18 (3) 2009, pp. 2-5.
  • After Bush was reviewed by Joshua Muravchik, 'The End of the Beginning', in the November edition of Commentary.
  • Rob's essay, 'Conservative Justice? The Roberts Supreme Court', was published in Politics Review 18 (1) 2008, pp. 20-26.
  • Jonathan Rauch referred to After Bush in the cover story 'Bush's Legacy: Small Bore After All?', National Journal 22 September 2009 (http://www.nationaljournal.com/njmagazine/cs_20080920_4430.php)
  • Rob's article, 'US Presidential Election: Choice or Echo?' was published in the August/September edition of Chatham House's The World Today.
  • After Bush was reviewed by Gary Schmitt, former executive director of the Project for a New American Century, in 'Indispensable Nation: The Tradition Lives On', in The Weekly Standard (28 July 2008):
  • After Bush was mentioned by Nick Cohen in 'Why Bush Has Been a Liberal's Best Friend', The Observer (27 July 2008):
  • Rob's co-authored op-ed, 'Obama - the liberal Reagan or just a black Jimmy Carter?' appeared in The Yorkshire Post, 22 July 2009
  • Rob was in Washington DC from 17-28 July 2008 to discuss After Bush at the American Enterprise Institute, the Brookings Institution, the World Affairs Council and the Hudson Institute
  • After Bush was launched at the House of Commons, hosted by Stephen Crabb MP and the Henry Jackson Society. View transcript of remarks.
  • Rob's co-authored article, 'The toxic Texan's foreign policy doctrine will endure', appeared in The Guardian (10 June 2008)
  • Rob's co-authored article, 'Don't Expect A Big Change in US Foreign Policy', was published in the Wall Street Journal on the 2nd of June 2008
  • Rob’s co-authored book, After Bush: The Case For Continuity in American Foreign Policy, was published in May 2008 by Cambridge University Press
  • Rob’s article, ‘After Bush: Maintaining American Primacy’ appeared in the January 2008 edition of Chatham House’s The World Today
  • Fred Halliday and Rob Singh's article on American power on opendemocracy.net
  • Rob was one of the commentators in the Phill Jupitus BBC Radio 4 programme, Whose Side is Bart Simpson On?, broadcast 30 June 2007

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