Executive Director Will Inboden and Faculty Fellow Josh Eisenman were referenced in The Richmond Times-Dispatch and The Washington Post (respectively) for their perspectives on the threat from China's hegemonic aspirations.
"Vietnam's Indelible Legacy: How the War Changed International Policymaking:" War on the Rocks Managing Editor Usha Sahay sat down with Clements Center Executive Director Will Inboden, Associate Director Celeste Ward Gventer, and Faculty Affiliates Mark Atwood Lawrence and Aaron O'Connell to discuss the enduring influence of the Vietnam War on modern-day scholars and policymakers.
Former Undergraduate Fellow and London Maymester participant Meagan Bennett was chosen to receive the highly-selective Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) scholarship for Persian in the Center for Middle Eastern Studies.
Every year, the Clements Center takes 20 UT undergraduate students to London for a unique four-week Maymester study abroad program to study the US-UK special relationship at King's College London. The program includes visits to important landmarks in British cultural heritage and Anglo-American strategic history, as well as private events with senior policymakers and historians.
The Texas National Security Review brought together four distinguished scholars to review Melvyn Leffler's Safeguarding Democratic Capitalism: U.S. Foreign Policy and National Security, 1920-2015. Leffler is the Edward Stettinius Professor of History at the University of Virginia and a member of our Academic Board.