Congratulations to the Clements Center for National Security’s Predoctoral Fellow Mary Elizabeth Walters who will be joining the History Department at Kansas State University as an Assistant Professor in August, 2019. Her research examines peace operations, military culture, and civil-military relations broadly conceived. Walters is completing her dissertation on the 1999 Kosovo Refugee Crisis at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
"China's Vietnam War: a domestic politics perspective" examines the role elite factional politics played in China’s decision to attack Vietnam in February 1979.
Taylor examines the Battle of Zama in 202, which ended the Second Punic War (218 – 201) between Rome and Carthage.
Chesney writes on the "alarming judicial precedent" of President Trump's declaration of a national emergency over the security of the southern border.