In an op-ed for Foreign Policy yesterday, Will Inboden examined the effects President Trump's actions at the G-7 gathering in Quebec would have on the summit with Kim Jong Un, and stressed the importance of our allies.
In an interview with the Texas Standard, Executive Director Will Inboden says the upcoming meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un is tremendously important, as “no other sitting U.S. president has ever met with a leader of North Korea.”
Lieutenant (j.g.) Mark Jbeily, U.S. Navy and former Clements Center Undergraduate Fellow, took home first place for his submission to the US Naval Institute’s Emerging and Disruptive Technologies essay contest.
In "Trump Doesn't Need a Grand Strategy," Ionut Popescu discusses emergent strategy and grand strategy in the Trump administration, published in Foreign Affairs.
Mark Lawrence, Director of Graduate Studies at the Clements Center, asks "Was the Vietnam War Necessary?" in an op-ed published in the New York Times.
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