The NPR news show All Things Considered featured the Strauss Center's Distinguished Scholar Bobby Chesney. He commented on the legality of the United States attack on Bin Laden, calling it an "open and shut case."
On Monday, April 18 the LBJ School’s student-run Graduate Public Affairs Council (GPAC) held its annual LBJ School Faculty Appreciation Awards ceremony. The awards recognize faculty members across six categories, including most engaging teaching style, most valuable class, and best new professor.
As North Africa struggles to deal with protests, violence and changes of government, the rest of the world looks for answers as to how and why the chaotic situation in the region has developed so quickly.
With the launch of a new database and web site tool following previously untracked types of social conflict in Africa, the Strauss Center’s program on Climate Change and African Political Stability (CCAPS) enables researchers and policymakers to get closer to the answers.
Over the 2010 winter break, Strauss Center Distinguished Scholars and LBJ School professors Dr. Josh Busby and Dr. Kate Weaver took the Strauss Center’s CCAPS program “on the road” to Nairobi, Kenya. They were joined by four LBJ School graduate students – PhD student Todd Smith and Master of Global Policy Studies students Emily Adams, Christian Peratsakis and Pace Phillips.
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