The Intelligence Studies Project (ISP) of the Clements Center for National Security and the Robert Strauss Center for International Security and Law will grant a postdoctoral fellowship in intelligence studies to a promising young scholar. This unique fellowship is intended to support the next generation of scholars and educators in the field of intelligence.

Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar Dr. Joshua Busby contributed to an article in Scientific American, titled "Serious Changes Possible for National Security Policies on Climate Change." In Dave Levitan's article, President Elect Donald Trump's national security appointments are the focus of a discussion on the future of the relationship between climate change and national security at the policy-making level of government. Dr. Busby argues that the national security appointees known thus far could undo the gains made in addressing the linkage between climate change and national security.

Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar Alan J. Kuperman was featured in a Fox 7 news segment on November 17 concerning the security threats the nation faces today.

Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar Paul D. Miller recently contributed a blog piece to Foreign Policy titled "How World War III Could Begin in Latvia". In it, Dr. Miller recalls a piece he wrote four years ago in which he predicted Russia's invasion of Ukraine and states that Russia will likely invoke a similar pattern of behavior and invade Latvia.

Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar Dr. Scott Wolford recently published the piece "Wars of Succession" in the journal International Interactions. Dr. Wolford's latest contribution analyzes a bargaining, war, and leadership turnover model wherein personal attributes of leaders can affect war outcomes, and war locks settlements from renegotiation.