In this episode of Horns of a Dilemma, Mark Pomar, Senior National Security Fellow at the Clements Center and the former CEO and president of the U.S.-Russia Foundation, discusses what we need to know about Russia under Vladimir Putin, and how Putin’s leadership is affecting U.S.-Russia ties.
How have recent Nuclear Posture Reviews — which outline the role nuclear weapons play in U.S. national security strategy — addressed the question of strategic stability? Here to talk about it is Sharon Weiner, associate professor at American University and currently a visiting research scholar at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School.
In the final episode from the Texas National Security Forum, Clements Center Faculty Fellow and Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar Josh Eisenman moderated a discussion on China with Christopher Johnson, former Central Intelligence Agency analyst, Kelly Magsamen, former principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for Asian and Pacific affairs, and Jim Steinberg, former deputy secretary of state.
The next installment of Horns a Dilemma is National Security Forum’s keynote address by Sen. Ben Sasse. The senator was introduced by Admiral Bobby Inman, Centennial Chair in National Policy at the LBJ School of Public Affairs.
From the Clements and Strauss Center's fifth annual Texas National Security Forum, Stephen Slick, Director of the Intelligence Studies Project, moderated a discussion on the SSCI Investigation into Russian Active Measures with Senator Richard Burr, Senator Mark Warner and Senator John Cornyn. Gregory Fenves, President of the University of Texas at Austin, introduced the panel.