How Does Jihadism End? Choosing Between Forever War and Nation Building

On the 15th anniversary of 9/11, Associate Director Paul D. Miller writes for War on the Rocks about how to defeat jihadism.

Paul D. Miller
September 11, 2016
Foreign Policy

Envisioning D├ętente: The Johnson Administration and the October 1964 Khrushchev Ouster

Graduate Fellow Simon Miles, currently a Ph.D. candidate in History at UT, was published in the September 2016 issue of Diplomatic History

Simon Miles
August 16, 2016
Johnson Administration

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

Inboden reviews Edel's new book

In the latest edition of Passport, a publication from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, Executive Director Will Inboden reviewed Charles Edel's new book Nation Builder: John Quincy Adams and the Grand Strategy of the Republic

William Inboden
May 20, 2016
Grand Strategy

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

Graveyard of Analogies: The Use and Abuse of History for the War in Afghanistan

Associate Director Dr. Paul D. Miller has published an article in the Journal of Strategic Studies in Spring 2016 on the misuse of historical analogies for the war in Afghanistan.

Paul D. Miller
March 9, 2016

On Strategy, Grand and Mundane

Clements Center Associate Director Dr. Paul D. Miller has published an article in the spring 2016 issue of Orbis titled "On Strategy, Grand and Mundane."

Paul D. Miller
March 2, 2016
Grand Strategy

Obama's Failed Legacy in Afghanistan

In February 2016, Associate Director Paul D. Miller published a piece in The American Interest on Obama's legacy in Afghanistan.

Paul D. Miller
February 15, 2016

Senior Faculty Fellow Jeremi Suri publishes co-edited book

Foreign Policy Breakthroughs: Cases in Successful Diplomacy is the title of the forthcoming co-edited book by Professor Jeremi Suri and former LBJ School Dean Robert Hutchings. The book is set to be released around July 9 and is available through Oxford University Press.

Jeremi Suri and Robert Hutchings
June 9, 2015
Foreign Policy

Putin, Ukraine, and the Question of Realism

Executive Director William Inboden and John Owen IV of the University of Virginia have published an article titled "Putin, Ukraine, and the Question of Realism" in the Spring 2015 issue of The Hedgehog Review.

William Inboden and John Owen
March 3, 2015
Putin, Ukraine and Realism

At the End of Military Intervention: Historical, Theoretical and Applied Approaches to Transition, Handover and Withdrawal

Clements Center Graduate Fellow Mark Battjes has contributed to an edited volume published by Oxford University Press (2014). His chapter is titled "The End of Operation New Dawn: The Tactics of the Tropic Lightning Division in Iraq."

Mark Battjes
December 22, 2014
End of Military Intervention

"America, Don't Give Up on Afghanistan"

Associate Director Paul D. Miller says "This war is still winnable" in a piece published in the New Republic.

Paul D. Miller
November 30, 2014

The Electoral Power of Japanese Interest Groups: An Organizational Perspective

Faculty Fellow Patricia Maclachlan has published a piece in the September-December 2014 issue of the Journal of East Asian Studies on "The Electoral Power of Japanese Interest Groups."

Patricia Maclachlan
November 19, 2014
Japanese Interest Groups and Electoral Power

Counterinsurgency and its Critics

In an article for the Journal of Strategic Studies, National Security Fellow Celeste Ward Gventer reviews Douglas Porch's Counterinsurgency: Exposing the Myths of the New Way of War (Cambridge Press 2013) and Colonel Gian Gentile's Wrong Turn: America's Deadly Embrace of Counterinsurgency (The New Press 2013). 

Celeste Ward Gventer
August 8, 2014