Executive Director Will Inboden pens new op-ed on missing Saudi journalist in Foreign Policy

Oct 08, 2018
Executive Director Will Inboden pens new op-ed on missing Saudi journalist in Foreign Policy

In a new piece for Foreign Policy's Elephants in the Room, Executive Director Will Inboden calls for a tough and swift U.S. response to the disappearance of reformist Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. 

Distinguished alumnus Megan Reiss writes new article on Russian indictments for Lawfare

Oct 05, 2018

R Street Institute Senior National Security Fellow Megan Reiss authors new piece on the latest round of Russian hacking indictments in Lawfare.

Graduate Fellow Kelsey Ritchie authors new article in The Baines Report

Oct 03, 2018

LBJ student and Clements Center Graduate Fellow Kelsey Ritchie argues the need for security clearance processing reform as a matter of national security.

2019 London Maymester Application Deadline is Monday, Nov. 5th

Sep 24, 2018

2019 London Maymester study abroad program applications now open until Monday, November 5th.

New Horns of a Dilemma Podcast: National Security Dimensions of Global Food Insecurity

Oct 02, 2018

Listen to the latest podcast from the Texas National Security Review, a discussion about the national security dimensions of food insecurity with former UT chancellor and former commander of Special Operations Command retired Adm. William McRaven and Congressman Michael McCaul, Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security.

Clements Center scholars cited in this week's media coverage of the growing threat posed by China’s global ambitions

Sep 28, 2018

Executive Director Will Inboden and Faculty Fellow Josh Eisenman were referenced in The Richmond Times-Dispatch and The Washington Post (respectively) for their perspectives on the threat from China's hegemonic aspirations.