In Professor Inboden's latest Shadow Government blog post on fp.com, he discusses his recent trip to Chicago to attend a conference on security and privacy co-sponsored by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and Notre Dame's International Security Program.
Professor Eugene Gholz argues for more targeted investments in the military to rebuild the relationship between the Army and industry in his commentary in the "critical thinking" section of the Army AL&T magazine.
Eugene Gholz, Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, discusses the evolution and production of weapons platforms since the end of the Cold War in his piece co-written with Harvey M. Sapolsky in The National Interest titled "End of the Line."
Clements Center Senior Fellow Frank Gavin and Director of Graduate Studies Mark A. Lawrence are co-editors of a newly published volume, Beyond the Cold War: Lyndon Johnson and the New Global Challenges of the 1960s (Oxford University Press, January 2014).
In his latest Shadow Government post on ForeignPolicy.com, Executive Director William Inboden recognizes the release of the latest nonpartisan report issued by Freedom House titled "Freedom in the World."
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