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.
NATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRS PROGRAM
The National Security Affairs Program (NSAP) is an executive-level graduate education program administered through CGS over a twelve-month period. After completing the four-course program, NSAP Fellows are awarded a Certificate in National Security Affairs from the Bush School of Government and Public Service. Please visit the NSAP page for more information.
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS SOCIETY ESSAY SERIES
Standing All-American and Fast and Furious: Why the U.S. cannot afford to tiptoe around the issue of a Chinese invasion of Taiwan
April 29, 2022 – By Aristote Atata: U.S. primacy and national security depend on vital interests. Instinctively, such national interests guide our foreign policy. The latter along with American values are somehow interlinked, and this interdependence guides the way policymakers craft U.S. foreign policy.