Former LBJ School student and recipient of Clements Center research funding, Kaitlin Sharkey recently completed a report titled "Fighting Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula on All Fronts: A U.S. Counterterrorism Strategy in Yemen."
When I first arrived at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), I was told that the office expected its interns to take initiative regarding research interests and availability. With such a foundation set, I wasted no time in offering to help where needed.
In his latest post on Foreign Policy's Shadow Government blog, Executive Director William Inboden writes about airstrikes against the Islamic State and "history's continual capacity to surprise."
Professor Inboden was quoted in New York Times White House correspondent Peter Baker's news analysis titled "As World Boils, Fingers Point Obama's Way."
In The National Interest piece titled "Obama and the Ghost of Lyndon Johnson," Peter Harris compares the foreign policy agendas of Obama and LBJ.
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