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Will Inboden to testify before The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe

Jan 14, 2020

WASHINGTON—The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, also known as the U.S. Helsinki Commission, today announced a field hearing to be held in Dallas, TX to examine the nature and impact of accelerating technological change on transatlantic security, as well as the potential for international engagement to manage the instability these changes may generate.

Executive Director Will Inboden quoted in The Hill

Jan 14, 2020

Professor Inboden comments on President Trump's decision to order the strike that killed Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani.

The Roots of Brexit and what the Future Holds

Dec 10, 2019

Will Inboden, executive director of the Clements Center, sits down with a panel of experts to discuss the origins and possible outcomes of the Brexit referendum. Will is joined by Michael Mosser, assistant professor of international relations and global studies at the University of Texas at Austin, Lorinc Redei, lecturer and graduate adviser for the Global Policy Studies Program at the University of Texas at Austin, and Amanda Sloat, a Robert Bosch senior fellow in the Center on the United States and Europe at the Brookings Institution.

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.

A Conversation with Gen. Vincent Brooks on North Korea and Asia Security Challenges Podcast

Sep 26, 2019

In this episode of Horns of a Dilemma, retired Gen. Vincent Brooks sits down with William Inboden, executive director of the Clements Center. The conversation spans Gen. Brooks’ career from his days as a cadet at West Point, where he was the first African American appointed to serve as first captain, all the way through his retirement after thirty-eight and a half years as a four star general commanding all U.S., U.N., and combined U.S. and Korean forces on the Korean peninsula.