China’s New Silk Road Is Getting Muddy

Jan 09, 2017
China’s New Silk Road Is Getting Muddy

Faculty Fellow and LBJ Professor, Joshua Eisenman, writes for Foreign Policy about the potential pitfalls of China's new 'One Belt, One Road' (OBOR) initiative.

Faculty Affiliate Quoted in Texas Standard article

Dec 06, 2016

LBJ Professor Joshua Eisenman discusses the implications of President Elect Trump's phone call with Taiwan's President. 

Doctoral Opportunities: Call for Applications to Summer Seminar as well as Post-Doctoral and and Pre-Doctoral Fellowships

Dec 06, 2016

The Clements Center for National Security is offering three opportunities that might be of interest to doctoral students or recent PhDs. 

Lessons from the 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor

Dec 06, 2016

Writing for the Dallas Morning News and Austin American-Statesmen, Executive Director Will Inboden argues that the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks should remind Americans that the world is a better place when the U.S. leads from the front. 

The Forgotten Senator, Statesmen, and Nobel Laureate Elihu Root

Nov 30, 2016

Harrington Fellow Charlie Laderman is interviewed for the Library of Congress' Kluge Center podcast. 

"The Rise and Fall of Detente" Conference Recap and Photos

Nov 30, 2016

Historians from around the country gathered at UT-Austin on Friday, November 18th, to discuss major trends in U.S. policymaking in the mid-1970s.