Stephanie Leutert, the director of the Mexico Security Initiative, weighed in on the recent border migration debate with her recent article, “Who’s Really Crossing the U.S. Border, and Why They’re Coming” for Lawfare.

In a recent article for Foreign Policy, Strauss Distinguished Scholar William Inboden discussed the implications the G-7 has on negotiating with the DPRK. Inboden acknowledged that the G-7 is not always a productive forum, however Trump needed the support of his allies going into the Singapore Summit. In fact, Inboden notes that previous Presidents have used G-7 summit as an artful form of American statecraft to further America’s international agenda.

The Strauss Center is very pleased to announce the selection of thirteen graduate students to form the 2018 – 2019 class of Brumley Next Generation Graduate Fellows. Now entering its fourth year, the program annually selects an impressive group of graduate students from schools and departments across UT campus to receive fellowships and take part in the Brumley program.

The Robert Strauss Center is very pleased to announce the acceptance of nine undergraduate students to its 2018-2019 Next Generation Scholars (NGS) program. 

The Strauss Center's Complex Emergencies and Political Stability in Asia (CEPSA) program released the new Complex Emergencies Dashboard today. In partnership with Development Gateway, CEPSA developed the online mapping platform to enable policymakers and researchers to visualize CEPSA datasets on climate vulnerability, conflict, national disaster preparation, and international climate and disaster aid, along with related external datasets on other security concerns like food access and forced migration.