Strauss Distinguished Scholar William Inboden recently returned from a trip to China with many different impressions of its state of affairs. He discusses six of them in a post for the Foreign Policy blog Shadow Government; Rising Power, Security Threat, Economic Dynamo, Fragile Kleptocracy, Reforming Autocracy, and Insecure Bully.

Distinguished Scholar Alan Kuperman appeared on Good Day Austin, FOX 7 TV, on June 20, 2012 to discuss the recent events in Syria.

Mack Brown Distinguished Chair for Leadership in Global Affairs Jeremi Suri wrote for CNN last week on public universities.  

On June 7-9, the Strauss Center sponsored a workshop on counterinsurgency (COIN), led by Associate Director Celeste Ward Gventer and partners from King's College London and the University of Queensland. The workshop assembled experts and scholars from many sides of the COIN debate to take a fresh look at this important and controversial subject.

Professor Alan Kuperman, a Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar, was quoted in an article from the Global Security Newswire on Monday. The article responds to a new policy announced by the Obama administration last week that promotes the purchase of medical isotopes manufactured with proliferation-resistant nuclear material.

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