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An Unseen but Outsized Influence: A History of the National Security Council with John Gans

Oct 11, 2019

In this episode of Horns of a Dilemma, John Gans, director of communications and research at Perry World House at the University of Pennsylvania, sits down with several members of the University of Texas faculty to discuss his new book, White House Warriors: How the National Security Council Transformed the American Way of War.

Predoctoral Fellow Jaehan Park publishes review of E.H. Carr's "The Twenty Years' Crisis" in the SAIS Review of International Affairs

Sep 23, 2019

Park reviews Carr's classic work The Twenty Years’ Crisis, 1919–1939: An Introduction to the Study of International Relations for the SAIS Review of International Affairs in honor of the 80th anniversary of its publication.

2020 London Maymester application now open through November 4th

Sep 11, 2019

In partnership with the world-renowned War Studies Department at King's College London, the Maymester in London provides exemplary students the opportunity to learn firsthand about the U.S./U.K. special relationship. The program is taught at King's College London and includes visits to important landmarks in British cultural heritage and Anglo-American strategic history, as well as private events with senior policymakers and historians. 

Rangel Fellow & Security Studies Portfolio student Gabriel Cortez makes the case for the Peace Corps

Sep 04, 2019

Drawing on the history of the Peace Corps as well as his own experience volunteering in Ukraine, Cortez offers his insights on the value of the program in promoting democracy.

America Between the Wars: From 11/9 to 9/11 Podcast

Aug 19, 2019

In this episode of Horns of a Dilemma, Jim Goldgeier, professor and former dean of the American University School of International Service, and Derek Chollet, current executive vice president of the German Marshall Fund, discuss their 2008 book, America Between the Wars: From 11/9 to 9/11 and the arc of post-cold war American foreign policy. In this podcast, they’ve included another 11/9, referring not to the end of the Cold War, but to Nov. 9, 2016, the day after the election of Donald Trump. This talk was recorded during the Clements Center’s Summer Seminar on History, Statecraft, and Diplomacy.