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Horns of a Dilemma

Brought to you by the Texas National Security Review, this podcast features lectures, interviews, and panel discussions at the University of Texas.

info_outline Reflections on a Lifetime in Intelligence 11/27/2020
info_outline A Study in Power: The Life of James A. Baker III 11/20/2020
info_outline The Impact of “the West” on American Foreign Policy 11/13/2020
info_outline It’s Not Just Over There: The American Commitment to the Korean Peninsula 11/06/2020
info_outline Divided We Fall 10/30/2020
info_outline A Conversation About COVID: Pandemics and National Security 10/23/2020
info_outline Biden, Trump, and the Future of U.S. Foreign Policy 10/16/2020
info_outline Military Pensions: Politics, Policy, and Reform 10/09/2020
info_outline Global Democracy in the Trump Era 10/02/2020
info_outline Lawyers Trying Lawyers: How the Doolittle Raids Shaped Military Commissions 09/25/2020
info_outline A Way to Not Do Nothing 09/11/2020
info_outline Topics You’re Not Supposed to Discuss at Dinner: The Role of Evangelical Religion in U.S. Foreign Policy 09/04/2020
info_outline A History of U.S. Foreign Policy from Z to Shining Z 08/28/2020
info_outline The Indo-Pacific Triangle: China, India, and the United States 08/21/2020
info_outline Brent Scowcroft and the Call of National Security 08/14/2020
info_outline Who Will Guard the Guardians? 08/07/2020
info_outline The Role of Social Media in International Relations 07/31/2020
info_outline Every Adjective in the Dictionary Applies to Lyndon Johnson 07/24/2020
info_outline Distortions in the Fabric of Deterrence 07/17/2020
info_outline Race and National Security 07/10/2020
info_outline What’s the Role of America in American Foreign Policy? 07/03/2020
info_outline Where Do We Go from Here? The Future of Academia and U.S. National Security 06/26/2020
info_outline Peace is Hell: Why America Struggles to Create Stability After Conflict 06/19/2020
info_outline Bill Clements: A Most Formidable Man 06/12/2020
info_outline Presidents and the Books They Wrote 06/05/2020
info_outline How World Leaders Are Like High Schoolers: Professor Danielle Lupton Discusses Her New Book ‘Reputation for Resolve 05/29/2020
info_outline ‘Keeping the Russians Out, the Americans In, and the Computers Down?’ Erik Lin-Greenberg on His Article “Allies and Artificial Intelligence” 05/22/2020
info_outline Sheena Greitens on U.S. – China Relations 05/15/2020
info_outline Tami Davis Biddle Discusses Coercion Theory: A Basic Introduction for Practitioners 05/08/2020
info_outline The Future of European Governance in a Post-COVID World 05/01/2020
 
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