In a recent op-ed in The New York Times, Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar and LBJ Professor Alan Kuperman argues that the pending nuclear deal with Iran is a bad one. In the piece, “The Iran Deal’s Fatal Flaw”, Kuperman asserts that while President Obama has promoted the potential deal as increasing the “breakout time” Iran would require to produce a nuclear weapon, his calculations—and thus the deal—are flawed.

A recent blog post for the Center for Research on Globalization highlighted Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar and LBJ Professor Alan Kuperman’s work on humanitarian intervention.

In a recent piece on Storify, Strauss Center Director and UT Law Professor Bobby Chesney explores Congressional oversight of so-called kill or capture operations conducted by the U.S. government. In the post, Chesney points out that that while both the CIA and the U.S. military engage in operations to kill or capture individuals thought to be engaged in terrorism, these operations are overseen in two different ways depending on which entity carries them out.

In a recent article in The Daily Beast, Strauss Center Director and UT Law Professor Bobby Chesney commented on the U.S. Department of Defense’s detainment of the wife of a recently killed ISIS operative in Iraq.

A recent New Security Beat blog post cites the work of Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar and LBJ Professor Josh Busby on the potential relationship between climate change and violence.

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