The Albritton Center for Grand Strategy (CGS) serves as an intellectual hub for the critical examination of American grand strategy. Specifically, the Center supports research that takes a fresh look at America’s grand strategic choices; fosters dialogue between scholars and practitioners; and helps prepare a new generation of public servants who will be grand strategic thinkers.
The Department of International Affairs in the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University invites applications and nominations for a tenure-track, assistant professor position in the area of grand strategy. By grand strategy, we mean the use of statecraft by great powers to achieve foreign policy goals, broadly defined.
FUTURE GRAND STRATEGISTS
May 27, 2021 – By Abdel Rahman Taha: For decades, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was a major challenge facing US policy in the Middle East. Failure to solve the conflict and the rise of common threats facing US allies in the region, such as Iran and Islamist movements, led to its decline as a priority, creating the impression that the conflict can be crushed or bypassed.