Video and photos now available
from The Herzstein Texas National Security Forum

Oct 11, 2016
Video and photos now available <br>from The Herzstein Texas National Security Forum

Leading figures from the executive branch, the intelligence community and academia joined the Herzstein Texas National Security Forum at the University of Texas at Austin to discuss the national security issues facing the next President and the impact of Presidential transitions on the nation's security.

LBJ School posts Event Recap of the Herzstein Texas National Security Forum

Sep 30, 2016

Leading figures from the executive branch, the intelligence community and academia joined the Herzstein Texas National Security Forum at the University of Texas at Austin to discuss the national security issues facing the next President and the impact of Presidential transitions on the nation's security.

National Security Forum Livestream

Sep 22, 2016

The live stream of the event will begin at 8:15am on Friday, September 23.

Senior Policymakers and Intelligence Officials to Address National Security and Presidential Transition

Sep 21, 2016

As the nation prepares to elect its 45th president in November, the Clements and Strauss Centers at UT Austin will host a two-day forum to discuss the key national security challenges facing the next president.

Video from Chancellor McRaven's plenary remarks at
National Security Forum now available

Nov 23, 2015

University of Texas Chancellor William H. McRaven addressed a large crowd at the plenary lunch at the second annual National Security Forum held November 19-21. The Clements and Strauss Centers welcomed senior intelligence officials and scholars to Austin to discuss 21st century national security issues.

Video from the National Security Forum now available

Nov 21, 2015

The Clements Center for National Security and Strauss Center for International Security and Law hosted the second annual National Security Forum titled, "Great Powers, Failed States, and New Frontiers: National Security Challenges in the 21st Century" at the University of Texas at Austin November 19-21, 2015.