Getting to Negotiations in Syria: The Shadow of the Future and the Syrian Civil War

Associate Director Paul D. Miller has published a piece for the RAND Corporation titled "Getting to Negotiations in Syria: The Shadow of the Future and the Syrian Civil War." 

Paul D. Miller
October 21, 2014
Syria

Improving Strategic Competence: Lessons From 13 Years of War

Associate Director Paul D. Miller published his final RAND publication which he co-authored with Linda Robinson, John Gordon IV, Jeffrey Decker, Michael Schwille, and Raphael S. Cohen. 

Paul D. Miller
October 15, 2014
Asymmetric Warfare

A review of Eliga Gould's "Among the powers of the Earth: The American Revolution and the making of a new world empire"

Clements Graduate Fellow Simon Miles has published a review of Eliga H. Gould's book "Among the powers of the Earth: The American Revolution and the making of a new world empire" in International Journal, Canada's journal of global policy analysis.

Simon Miles
October 3, 2014
Book Review

A review of Stephanie Hofmann's "European security in NATO's shadow: Party ideologies and institution building"

Clements Graduate Fellow Simon Miles has published a review of Stephanie Hofmann's book "European security in NATO's shadow: Party ideologies and institution building" in International Journal, Canada's journal of global policy analysis.

Simon Miles
October 1, 2014
Book Review

A Review of "The Cold War and After: History, Theory, and the Logic of International Politics"

Executive Director William Inboden has published a review of Marc Trachtenberg's book The Cold War and After: History, Theory, and the Logic of International Politics. The review appears in the upcoming Journal of Strategic Studies, and can be accessed online here.

William Inboden
July 3, 2014
Book Review

Afghanistan's Coming Coup?

In his article titled "Afghanistan's Coming Coup?", Associate Director Paul D. Miller states "The military isn't too weak, it's too strong."

Paul D. Miller
April 2, 2014
Afghanistan

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

Clements Graduate Fellow Published in Diplomacy & Statecraft

Clements Center Graduate Fellow Simon Miles recently published work in the journal Diplomacy & Statecraft. His article discusses Nikita Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin's visit to Great Britain in April 1956.

Simon Miles
December 2, 2013
Diplomacy & Statecraft

Statecraft, Decision-Making, and the Varieties of Historical Experience: A Taxonomy

The Journal of Strategic Studies published an article by Professor Inboden that constructs a taxonomy of the various ways that national security policy-makers attempt to use history. It identifies four types of history: experience, memory, tradition, and study.

William Inboden
November 11, 2013
Journal of Strategic Studies

Offensive Charm: Why Vladimir Putin Tried -- And Failed -- to Woo the U.S. Public

Clements Center Senior Fellow Jeremi Suri's article regarding Vladimir Putin's op-ed in the New York Times is featured in Foreign Affairs magazine.

Jeremi Suri
September 16, 2013
Foreign Affairs

The Prophetic Conflict: Reinhold Niebuhr, Christian Realism, and World War II

Read William Inboden’s article published in the May 2013 edition of Diplomatic History.

William Inboden
August 20, 2013
Diplomatic History

Organizing the NSC: I Like Ike's

In the September 2013 issue of Presidential Studies Quarterly, Associate Director Paul D. Miller published a piece in "The Contemporary Presidency" series. 

Paul D. Miller
July 24, 2013
The Contemporary Presidency

Armed State Building: Confronting State Failure, 1898-2012

In July 2013, Associate Director Paul D. Miller published his first book with Cornell University Press. 

Paul D. Miller
July 12, 2013
State-building

U.S.-China Relations and Taiwan in 1950: Grand Strategy or Historical Accident?

Final paper by LBJ School student Andrew Berglund under the direction of Dr. Inboden.

Andrew Berglund
September 12, 2013
U.S.-China Relations

Congress is Already Post-Partisan: Agreement Across the Aisle on U.S. Foreign Policy

Clements Center Executive Director William Inboden and colleagues Joshua Busby, Jonathan Monten, and Jordan Tama discuss

William Inboden, Joshua Busby, Jonathan Monten, and Jordan Tama
January 28, 2013
Foreign Affairs