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The Bush School of Government and Public Service

Texas A&M University
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4220 TAMU College Station, Texas 77843-4220

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The Albritton Center for Grand Strategy

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 innovators.


Events

News


Sec Studies Cover
Jun
10
F. Gregory Gause Publishes Article in Security Studies

Dr. Gregory Gause, Head of the Bush School’s Department of International Affairs and CGS Faculty Affiliate, published “’Hegemony’ Compared: Great Britain and the United States in the Middle East” in Security Studies. The article can be read here.


Brief Cover page
May
30
CGS Faculty Affiliate Dr. Andrew L. Ross Co-Authors Research Brief

Andrew L. Ross, with Tai Ming Cheung and Thomas G. Mahnken, is the author of “Assessing the State of Understanding of Defense Innovation,” a SITC (Study of Innovation and Technology in China) Research Brief, published by the University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation. This piece was also included in Tai Ming Cheung, ed., Leaders, Laggards, and Followers: The Global Competition for Defense Innovation, published by the University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation. The brief can be read here.


New Voices Event Poster
Apr
11

Jasen Castillo, Academic Director of the Albritton Center for Grand Strategy, published an article, “Passing the Torch: Criteria for Implementing a Grand Strategy of Offshore Balancing,” in the New Voices in Grand Strategy symposium produced by the Center for a New American Security. The article can be read here.


Berlin Airlift Event Poster
Apr
11

CGS hosted a two-day symposium commemorating the 70th anniversary of the Berlin Airlift. The symposium kicked off on April 10th with a keynote address from Gen. Darren McDew, former commander of U.S. Transportation Command, delivered at the opening banquet. Attendees included Berlin Airlift pilot Col. Gail Halvorsen, known as the “Candy Bomber.” Symposium events the following day included three scholarly panels on the events of the Airlift, Germany in the early Cold War, and the legacies and lessons of the Airlift, respectively. The symposium concluded with a reception featuring an “Aggies in the Airlift” exhibit curated by the TAMU Libraries and the the Deputy Consul General from Houston German Consulate presenting Col. Halvorsen a gift in recognition of his service and heroic actions during the Airlift.


Contact

(979) 847-9330
bushschoolcgs@tamu.edu

Center for Grand Strategy

The Bush School of Government and Public Service

Texas A&M University
1038 Allen Building
4220 TAMU College Station, Texas 77843-4220

Join the CGS mailing list