Jeune Kim, a Master's candidate at the Lyndon B Johnson School of Public Affairs, and an affiliate with the Clements Center as a Professional Development Fund and Security Studies Portfolio student, has had her newest op-ed published as part of Human Rights in North Korea's "NK Hidden Gulag Blog." She discusses the legitimacy of diplomatic engagement with the North Korean regime while it continues rampant abuse of human rights.
In Spring 2020, the Intelligence Studies Project (ISP) piloted a national security course for undergraduates in the College of Natural Sciences (CNS) at the University of Texas at Austin.
Former CIA officer Stephen Slick joins UT Austin's The Slavic Connection to talk about his nearly three decades in intelligence, spent largely overseas in Ukraine, the Balkans, and East Germany. Professor Slick also discusses his return Stateside to a position in Langley just one week before 9-11 occurred and his present role as an educator at the UT Austin in building the Intelligence Studies Project—a first of its kind in the United States.
In this episode of Horns of a Dilemma, Doyle Hodges, executive editor of the Texas National Security Review, talks with Dr. Erik Lin-Greenberg about his article, “Allies and Artificial Intelligence: Obstacles to Operations and Decision-Making,” which is featured in Volume 3 Issue 2 of TNSR. Dr. Lin-Greenberg is a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perry World House and an incoming assistant professor of political science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His research examines how military technology affects conflict dynamics in the regulation of the use of force and how remote warfighting technologies, like drones and cyber warfare, shape crisis escalation. He also explores how technology influences alliance relationships and public attitudes toward the use of force.
General Vincent Brooks, our Distinguished Senior Fellow, appeared this Saturday on Voice of America - Korea to discuss U.S. and R.O.K. military action in response to North Korean activity. General Brooks was able to share his knowledge and expertise from his time as the four-star general in command of all US Forces in Korea, where he concurrently commanded United Nations Command as well as the Republic of Korea—US Combined Forces Command.
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