Layne Appointed to the NIC

January 28, 2009

Dr. Christopher Layne, the Mary Julia and George R. Jordan Professor at the Bush School, Texas A&M University, has been appointed an Associate of the National Intelligence Council (NIC).  Associates are a select group of scholars and experts who consult with the NIC on a range of policy matters. Layne has also been appointed to the NIC’s study group on Strategic Reactions to American Preeminence. This group of twenty leading scholars in international relations includes members from the nation’s premier institutions, including Harvard, Princeton, Dartmouth, Georgetown, Columbia, Cornell, MIT, and the University of Virginia.

For additional information, contact Susan Robertson, Director of Communications and External Relations, The Bush School of Government and Public Service,  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)    979.862.8845

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