Dr. Yetiv is regularly interviewed by the media on the subjects of American foreign policy; global energy security; threats to the free flow of oil in the Persian Gulf and around the world; OPEC political dynamics; the American role in the Persian Gulf and broader Middle East; factors influencing the price of oil; and approaches for decreasing dependence on global oil. He welcomes media inquiries on these subjects.
Steve Yetiv has written more than 200 editorials and welcomes solicitations to publish pieces in his areas of expertise. His op-eds have appeared in various papers, including USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Baltimore Sun, Christian Science Monitor, Houston Chronicle, International Herald Tribune, Newsday, San Diego Union-Tribune, Boston Globe, Atlanta Constitution, and the Philadelphia Inquirer. In addition, Professor Yetiv has made contributions on national television and radio, including CNN, CNBC, CSPAN, MSNBC, National Public Radio's "All Things Considered," and Voice of America.
Dr. Yetiv has also been involved in television programming and enjoys such consulting work. For instance, he helped CNN develop two major documentaries on the United States and the Middle East. One of them, "Back to Baghdad" (Feb. 25, 1996), won an Edward R. Murrow Overseas Press Club Award. Dr. Yetiv is also interviewed by the print media. This includes the Associated Press, Bloomberg, Dow Jones, United Press International, and various local, national and global papers and Internet sites.