Peter Harris, Clements Center Graduate Fellow, likened the current situation in Ukraine, and Russia's intentions in the region, to the 1938 crisis when western elites tried to appease Nazi Germany in his piece in the National Interest titled "Munich's Lessons for the Ukraine Crisis."
Professor Eugene Gholz argues for more targeted investments in the military to rebuild the relationship between the Army and industry in his commentary in the "critical thinking" section of the Army AL&T magazine.
Eugene Gholz, Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, discusses the evolution and production of weapons platforms since the end of the Cold War in his piece co-written with Harvey M. Sapolsky in The National Interest titled "End of the Line."
In his piece "The American People Aren't Ready for China" published on January 23rd, Peter Harris compares the current debates in the U.S. surrounding the rise of China with the historical approaches taken by states to rising powers.
Robert Chesney, Clements Center Senior Fellow and Director of the Strauss Center for International Security and Law, published an opinion piece on January 22nd in the Austin American-Statesman regarding Edward Snowden and privacy concerns.