Washington Post National Security Correspondent (and 2019 ISP Symposium panelist) Ellen Nakashima references Susan Gordon's keynote remarks at the University of Texas at Austin in her latest article on Huawei and potential security risks in the advanced global telecommunications market.
Dr. Evans and coauthor A. Bradley Potter challenge the conventional narrative on the U.S. withdrawal from Lebanon in "When Do Leaders Change Course? Theories of Success and the American Withdrawal from Beirut, 1983-84".
In their new Lawfare article, Rasmussen and coauthors Joshua Geltzer and Mary McCord criticize the misleading distinction between "domestic" and "international" terrorism. They provide recommendations for governments to recognize the transnational qualities of both categories of terrorist organizations in order to implement more successful counterterrorism efforts.
Aaron O’Connell, Associate Professor of U.S. Military History at UT-Austin, sits down with Charles Edel, Senior Fellow at the United States Studies Centre, to discuss his new book co-written with Hal Brands, The Lessons of Tragedy: Statecraft and World Order.
Dr. Inboden comments on the implications of the US-DPRK nuclear talks at the Hanoi summit on "Washington Wednesday".
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