Mark Lawrence reviews book on 1968 Battle of Hue

Jun 26, 2017
Mark Lawrence reviews book on 1968 Battle of Hue

Director of Graduate Studies Mark Lawrence writes in the Boston Globe about Mark Bowden's latest book Hue 1968: A Turning Point of the War in Vietnam.

Postdoctoral Fellow writes for War on the Rocks

Jun 14, 2017

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. 

CC Senior Fellow Bobby Chesney talks with NPR about Comey memos

Jun 09, 2017

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. 

The U.S. and U.K. Have the Same Affliction: A Crisis at the Top

Jun 09, 2017

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." 

Trump v. Kim: A Test of Wills Over the Korean Peninsula

Jun 09, 2017

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. 

Student Opportunities with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

May 31, 2017

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.