Fateful Transitions: How Democracies Manage Rising Powers, from the Eve of World War I to China's Ascendance
German Marshall Fund of the United States
Please join the Clements Center for "Fateful Transitions: How Democracies Manage Rising Powers, from the Eve of World War I to China's Ascendance" with Daniel M. Kliman of the German Marshall Fund of the United States on October 7th.
The Afghan War in Historical Perspective: British, Soviet, and American Experiences
The Clements Center for National Security is pleased to host Dr. Thomas Barfield as part of the Afghanistan lecture series on Wednesday, October 14.
New Cold War History
University of Alabama
Please join the Clements Center and Department of History for a talk with Dr. Margaret Peacock of the University of Alabama on October 22 at 12:30pm in GAR 1.102.
The Obama Doctrine
George Mason University
The Clements Center for National Security and Alexander Hamilton Society are pleased to host Professor Colin Dueck of George Mason University for a lunchtime talked based on his book titled The Obama Doctrine (OUP, 2015) in SRH 3.122 at 12:15pm on November 4, 2015.
Special Veteran's Day Talk
The Clements Center for National Security and UT Student Veteran Services is pleased to host decorated war veteran and UT Distinguished Alumnus Mr. Frank Denius for a special Veteran's Day talk on Wednesday, November 11 at 12:00pm in Main 212.
National Security Forum
From November 19-21, 2015, the Clements Center for National Security and Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law will sponsor the second annual National Security Forum at the University of Texas at Austin. This year’s event, “Great Powers, Failed States, and New Frontiers: National Security Challenges in the 21st Century,” will explore the security challenges the U.S. currently faces, and how our national security institutions are positioned to respond.