Getting It Right for the First Customer

Oct 27, 2016
Getting It Right for the First Customer

Intelligence Studies Project Senior Fellow and Clinical Professor at the LBJ School Paul Pope reviews David Priess's The President's Book of Secrets for Lawfare Blog. 

Doctoral Fellow publishes two chapters on corruption in Afghanistan

Oct 27, 2016

Carl Forsberg, a PhD student in the Department of History at UT-Austin, published his work in two separate volumes of collected chapters on countering power structures during and after war. 

Associate Director quoted in Politico article

Oct 27, 2016

Associate Director Paul D. Miller talks with Politico Magazine's Mark Perry on the fifteenth anniversary of the start of America's war in Afghanistan.

CC Postdoctoral Fellow Ian Johnson to teach History Department course

Oct 19, 2016

Dr. Johnson's Spring 2017 course "American and Russian Relations through War and Peace" will explore the relationship between Russia and the United States, from 1776 to present, focusing on military and diplomatic interactions. 

Will Somalia's Elections Change the War on Al-Shabaab?

Oct 13, 2016

Former Undergraduate Fellow Jake Barnett writes about Somalia's elections and U.S.-supported counterinsurgency operations. 

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

Oct 11, 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.