In a recent op-ed written for The Diplomat, "Is a Better American Nuclear Arsenal Good for the Asia Pacific?" Brumley Fellow Harry Kim discusses the impact of American nuclear modernization on regional stability in the Asia-Pacific. 

Strauss Distinguished Scholars Dr. Will Inboden and Dr. Paul Miller were recently featured in a special issue of Foreign Policy Research Institute’s Orbis. The 2018 winter issue focuses on the concept of conservative internationalism, as discussed by the featured scholars at a Clements Center for National Security colloquium at the University of Texas last May.

In a recent Foreign Policy article, Strauss Distinguished Scholars Celeste Ward Gventer and Dr. William Inboden each discuss one success and one failure of the Trump Administration thus far after the President’s first year in office.

In the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea, officials from both countries speak to one another via telephones located in buildings two-hundred feet apart, according to Strauss Distinguished Scholar Jeremi Suri in a recent article for Foreign Policy.

Strauss Distinguished Scholar, Dr. Joshua Eisenman recently participated in a podcast interview for the Center for Strategic and International Studies about the Chinese Communist Party’s bilateral and multilateral approach to international development.