• This week in diplomatic and military history for March 9 titled "Instability and the Fall of Baghdad, 1917" is brought to you by Clements Undergraduate Fellow Cyrus Huncharek.

  • Executive Director William Inboden and John Owen IV of the University of Virginia have published an article titled "Putin, Ukraine, and the Question of Realism" in the Spring 2015 issue of The Hedgehog Review.

  • Executive Director William Inboden remembers Boris Nemtsov in his latest post on Foreign Policy's Shadow Government.

  • "The best way to memorialize kidnapped and murdered American aid worker Kayla Mueller is not by going to war. It’s by following her example," says Postdoctoral Fellow Steele Brand in his article published in The Federalist. 

  • In his U.S. News and World Report piece, "An Irreducibly Religious Movement," William Inboden answers the question: Is the President Right to Say 'Violent Extremism' Instead of 'Islamic Extremism'?