• Director of Graduate Studies Professor Mark Lawrence believes "that political fallout from the Iraq war could prove to be less radioactive than that of Vietnam, which took decades to play itself out." 

  • William Inboden and Dan Blumenthal of the American Enterprise Institute published an article in The Weekly Standard making the case for re-establishing a "freedom prong" in U.S. China policy.

  • For two centuries, the staff ride has been the most important tool for combining history education with wargaming. Staff rides at the Clements Center employ pre-reading, classroom discussions, on-site tours, and hands-on simulation exercises.

  • Dr. Inboden questions the terms of the Iranian nuclear deal in his latest Shadow Government piece, "Why Can't the White House See What's Wrong with the Iran Deal?".

  • This week in diplomatic and military history for May 7 titled “The Sinking of the Lusitania” is brought to you by Undergraduate Fellow Chase Boone.