Och, M. and J. Piscopo (2022). “Democrats Can’t Make Compromises On Abortion And Still Call Themselves Champions Of Women’s Rights” in Australian Outlook, May 25. Australian Institute of International Affairs.
Expert Interview featured in “Best and Worst States for Women”, February 2022
Voice of America. Current Time America on NASDQ introduction of soft quota for women and minorities on corporate boards (12 Dec 2020)
Co-Host (2018-2020) Know Your Media on KISU. Episodes available here.
Och, M. and Shauna Shames. 2019. “Only 1 out of 36 Newly Elected Female Representatives in Congress Is Republican – Here’s Why It Matters.” The Conversation.
Och, M. 2019. Gender Matters. Fünf Provokante Thesen. Liberal. Das Magazin für Freiheit. Volume 1, pp. 26-27
Och, M. 2019. The Rise of Women. Akzente.
Och, M., 2017. Macron and Trudeau shouldn’t be so proud of appointing women to their Cabinets. The Conversation.
Och, M. and J. Piscopo. 2017. Marine Le Pen didn’t win over women. Can anyone on the far right? The Conversation.
Och, M. and S. Shames. 2017. Marching Beyond Red vs. Blue. Huffington Post.
Och, M. and J. Piscopo. 2017. From the Stove to the Frontlines? Gender and Populism in Latin American and Western Europe. Duck of Minerva.
In the Press
#Women Lead Newsletter (2021) We asked Germans what Angela Merkel's leadership has meant to them. Here’s what they said. Issue 68
Becky Jacobs (2020). Utah Republican Women say they are not an 'endangered species'. Salt Lake Tribune. Feb 25
Maureen Groppe (2019). It's not just Sen. Martha McSally. #MeToo and more women in Congress mean more stories like hers. USA Today. March 11
Anna Orso (2019). In the women’s movement of 2019, where do Republicans fit in? Philadelphia Inquirer. Jan. 31
Maureen Groppe (2018). 'This is not reflective of the American public:' House GOP women press for answers as their ranks shrink. USA Today. Dec 13.
Carter Sherman (2018). 11 States have no women in Congress. These candidates are trying to change that. Vice News. Sep. 5
Erica Snow and Syd Stone (2018) In the #MeToo era, young conservative women look for their spot. Public Radio International. March 16