BIGS in the media*
On 23 February 2017 Politico.eu published an opinion piece by Tim Stuchtey and Tyson Barker on “Europe needs to build up its cyber defenses“.
On 21 December 2016, the BBC interviewed Tim Stuchtey on behalf of the channel BBC World Service about the terrorist attacks in Berlin.
On 21 July 2016, an article by Tim Stuchtey and Tyson Barker on the US election was published in the BBC World Service section.
On the day of the terrorist attacks in Brussels on 22 March 2016, Alexander Ritzman discussed the topic of “Jihadist Radicalization" at a conference in the Belgian capital that had been planned earlier. His remarks were taken up by several media, including EUreporter, Defence News, EU Today, and The Parliament.
On 28 September 2014 the Wall Street Journal quoted Tim Stuchtey in the article “Despite Signs of Disrepair, Berlin Is Hesitant to Boost Military Spending Leaked Government Report Shows Much of Military's Equipment Is Decrepit“.
On 09 April 2014 the Wall Street Journal quoted Thorsten Wetzling in the article “Head of German Parliamentary Committee Investigating NSA Resigns" on Clemens Binner's resignation as chairman of the NSA investigative committee.
On 23 August 2011 Reuters quoted Stefano Casertano in the article “Eni could lose long term in Libya if backlash“.
On 19 May 2011 Deutsche Welle quoted Alexander Ritzmann in the article “Some see rift as al Qaeda reportedly appoints interim leader“.
On 4 April 2011 Reuters quoted Stefano Casertano in the article “Eni CEO contacts Libyan rebels on energy future“.
On 16 March 2011 Reuters quoted Stefano Casertano in the article “Eni tests Libya return as Gaddafi rolls back rebels“.
On 24 February 2011 Reuters quoted Stefano Casertano in the article “Analysis – Algeria bigger threat to Italy gas flows than Libya“.
On 21 February 2011 Reuters quoted Stefano Casertano in the article “Libya separatists seen posing oil supply threat“.
On 9 September 2010 The Atlantic quoted Tim Stuchtey on global imbalances in the article “3 Things to Learn From the German Economy, and 3 Things Not To“.