• In his article "Moscow's Assaults on American Democracy Began 80 Years Ago," Postdoctoral Fellow Ian Johnson explores the history of Soviet interference in American elections. 

  • Bobby Chesney, a Professor at UT Law and Director of the Strauss Center, answers questions from NPR's Audie Cornish about legality issues regarding the former FBI Directors released memos. 

  • In his latest post for Foreign Policy's Elephants in the Room, Executive Director Will Inboden argues that yesterday's two political events--Former FBI Director Comey's testimony and the British General Election--represent "a transatlantic crisis of leadership." 

  • Associate Director Paul D. Miller writes for Kings College London's "Defense in Depth" blog about the foreign policy dilemma on the Korean Peninsula for President Trump. 

  • The Intelligence Studies Project, a joint venture of the Strauss and Clements Centers, is glad to announce the opening of student internship opportunities with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.