Slate
| by Laura Seay

Assistant Professor of Government Laura Seay has appeared on news shows and been cited by media outlets about the deaths of four U.S. servicemen in Niger. In addition to writing an Oct. 20 article in Slate—”This is Not Trump’s Benghazi“—Seay, an expert on African politics and conflict in Central Africa, can be found in these outlets:

PRI’s “The World:” “What’s happening in Niger?” Oct. 24
Christian Science Monitor: “What the US is really doing in Niger,” Oct. 24
PBS Newshour: “The top U.S. military commander has promised answers about the Niger attack. Here’s what we know so far,” Oct. 23
Task & Purpose: “How the Media is Making the Situation in Niger Worse,” Oct. 22
Huffington Post: “Rachel Maddow Defends Niger Theory After Experts Call it ‘Conspiracymongering’,” Oct. 21
Huffington Post: “What the Hell Was this Rachel Maddow Segment?” Oct. 20
Politico: “What Really Happened in Niger?” Oct. 20

 

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