Seay offers recommendations on increasing military and economic ties between the transatlantic allies in his latest op-ed for The Hill.
The Clements Center's Student Professional Development Fund provides UT undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to intern at some of the top governmental and non-governmental organizations across the world by providing monetary support for unpaid positions.
James B. Steinberg, professor at the Syracuse University Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, former deputy secretary of state in the Obama administration and deputy national security adviser under President Bill Clinton, discusses the process and considerations that led to the signing of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland. Based on his first-hand experience as a participant in the process, Steinberg explains how the parties involved were able to come to an agreement that allowed all of them to preserve their most important positions while finding space for compromise in order to end the violence. Steinberg’s talk, which builds on his recent article in the Texas National Security Review, was recorded as part of the Clements Center Summer Seminar on History, Statecraft, and Diplomacy.
Recorded at the 2019 Clements Center Summer Seminar, Alexandra Evans, Jim Goldgeier, Tanvi Madan, Doyle Hodges, and Ryan Evans field questions on international security from the junior scholars in attendance that they considered oft-ignored or ill-explored.
Dr. Inboden and Dr. Feaver respond to Fareed Zakaria’s recent article in Foreign Affairs, which is critical of the Bush's foreign policy record.
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