The Impossible Presidency: The Rise and Fall of America’s Highest Office

Faculty Fellow Jeremi Suri explores the history of the American Presidency in his new book. 

Jeremi Suri
September 11, 2017
National Security

Sustainable Security: Rethinking American National Security Strategy

Clements Center Faculty Fellow Jeremi Suri has co-edited a new book on the future of America's National Security Strategy with Dartmouth College professor Benjamin Valentino for Oxford University Press.  

Jeremi Suri
November 2, 2016
Foreign Policy

Intelligence and National Security in American Society

LBJ students, led by ISP Director Steve Slick and Clements Center Executive Director Will Inboden, produced a report on the oversight of U.S. Intelligence as part of an ISP-sponsored Policy Research Project during the 2015-2016 academic year.


July 6, 2016
Intelligence

Former Post-Doctoral Fellow published in International Security Journal

Dr. Nina Silove's article is titled "The Pivot before the Pivot: U.S. Strategy to Preserve the Power Balance in Asia." 

Nina Silove
May 5, 2016
US Pivot to Asia

Executive Director publishes chapter for Tobin Project

Will Inboden discusses historical insights for reforming national security institutions in a book co-edited by Faculty Fellow Jeremi Suri

Will Inboden
April 11, 2016
Historical Insights on Reforming National Security Institutions

Rare Earth Elements and National Security

In a CFR Energy Report, Clements Faculty Fellow Dr. Eugene Gholz "analyzes the economic and security consequences of China's central position in the global rare-earths market."

Eugene Gholz
October 21, 2014
Energy, National Security

International Security, Environmental Protection, and Human Rights in the British Indian Ocean Territory

Clements Center Graduate Fellow and Government Department Ph.D. candidate Peter Harris recently published two pieces addressing international security, environmental protection and human rights in the British Indian Ocean Territory.

Peter Harris
January 8, 2014
International Security, Environmental Protection, and Human Rights