Distinguished Scholars Will Inboden, Jeremi Suri and Alan Kuperman have addressed Great Britain's exit from the European Union in recent publications and interviews.

Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar Huaiyin Li recently contributed to the July issue of Modern China with the article "Worker Performance in State-Owned Factories in Maoist China - A Reinterpretation." In his article, Dr. Li reexamines worker performance in state-owned enterprises under the policies of Mao Zedong, and challenges conventional assumptions of worker inefficiency in China during this period.

Click here for the full text of the report drafted by LBJ School students who participated in the ISP-sponsored Policy Research Project during the 2015-16 academic year on the oversight of U.S. Intelligence. The PRP was led by ISP Director Steve Slick and Clements Center Executive Director Will Inboden. The students briefed the report's findings and recommendations to PD/DNI Stephanie O'Sullivan, DIRNSA Adm. Michael Rogers, and other IC officials during a May 2016 visit to Washington, D.C.

Based on their findings, Slick and Inboden wrote the op-ed "U.S. must Streamline Intelligence Processes" for The Dallas Morning News, and can be accessed here.

In partnership with the RGK Center for Philanthropy and Civic Service, the Strauss Center is very pleased to announce the acceptance of nine undergraduate students to its 2016-2017 Next Generation Scholars (NGS) program.

The Strauss Center's program on Complex Emergencies and Political Stability in Asia (CEPSA) has developed a methodology to determine areas of climate security vulnerability in South and Southeast Asia. The CEPSA Climate Security Vulnerability Model v1.0 (ACSV 1.0), developed by Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar Dr. Joshua Busby, CEPSA Consultant Todd Smith, CEPSA Research Assistant Nisha Krishnan, and former CEPSA GIS Research Assistant Charles Wight, currently focuses on 11 countries in Asia and identifies areas of chronic climate security vulnerability.