The Clements Center mourns the death yesterday of Frank Denius. We have lost a great American, a great Texan, a great supporter of our university, and a great friend of the Clements Center. To know Frank was to be inspired by him, a man of uncommon decency, steel courage, abiding kindness, and abundant generosity. Though we miss him, we dedicate ourselves anew to honoring his legacy and carrying it forward for generations to come.
Clements Center Executive Director Will Inboden and Graduate Fellow Ashlyn Webb discuss religious persecution prior to the U.S. State Department's first-ever Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, published in Foreign Policy.
Bartholomew Sparrow, Professor in the Government Department in the College of Liberal Arts and Clements Center Faculty Fellow, makes The Alcalde's annual Texas 10 list.
In "Washington Needs a New Solarium Project To Counter Cyberthreats," published in Foreign Policy, Inboden and Feaver compare and contrast Senator Ben Sasse's proposed Cyberspace Solarium Commission to President Dwight Eisenhower's Project Solarium exercise in 1953.
In "Why Visit Normandy? Reflections On A Birthplace Of The Liberal International Order," Paul D. Miller reflects on his past two excursions to Normandy during the Clements Center Maymester program.
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