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Reading: A just war unjustly disowned Matt Gobush on the moral tragedy of doing nothing. How Clausewitz became a great strategic thinker Vanya Eftimova Bellinger explains: The French Revolution Mentorship A good partner Experience Time (for ideas to mature). Will More: A student’s perspective The sadness I feel now as I write this is that he won’t get to see the ways he changed and is changing the discipline.


Quick note for UT undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in National Security. This week, The Clements Center is holding a Student Professional Development Fund Info Session.

The short of it is, if you find an unpaid internship in National Security, the Clements Center has funds to help you pay for living expenses.


This week at the Center for Politics and Governance. Details Wednesday, April 19, 5:00–6:00PM Student Activity Center (SAC), Room 1.106 Cryptocurrencies and the decentralized computing networks that power them, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, have become a global phenomenon. The problem is, most people, including policymakers, don’t have a deep understanding of how these new networks operate, what they can do, and what risks and opportunities they present. Peter Van Valkenburgh, Research Director at Coin Center, will explain how cryptocurrencies work, examine the many policy issues they raise, and discuss the future of this innovative yet disruptive technology.



Liberating Faith

A study of international religious freedom and American grand strategy


RHE 306, Introduction to Rhetoric & Writing is a course in argumentation that situates rhetoric as an art of civic discourse. It is designed to train students’ abilities analyzing various positions held in public debate and to advocate your own position effectively.

  • Fall 2015
  • Spring 2016