The Albritton Center for Grand Strategy (CGS) congratulates former CGS Predoctoral Fellow, Robert Ralston, who will be joining the Department of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Birmingham as a Lecturer this coming academic year. Ralston is currently a Grand Strategy, Security, and Statecraft Fellow jointly appointed to the International Security Program […]
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A team of ISTPP Research Fellows—Drs. Woodruff, Bowman, Hannibal, and Sansom—and ISTPP Director, in memoriam, Dr. Portney, have published their comparative study of resilience policies and programs adopted by the 101 largest U.S. cities. The team established a list of 109 resilience policies and programs based on existing research and evolving theories. The list covered […]
The Bush School of Government and Public Service’s teaching site in Washington, DC is celebrating an endowed gift made by Gemini Industries Inc.
Dr. Jasen Castillo, Co-Director of the Albritton Center for Grand Strategy and Associate Professor in International Affairs at the Bush School, recently published “The Cold Comfort of Mutually Assured Destruction,” a book review of The Revolution that Failed by Brendan Rittenhouse Green. Castillo’s essay appears in a book review roundtable in Texas National Security Review and as a stand-alone piece with War […]
Dr. Fritz Bartel, Assistant Professor in International Affairs and core faculty member with the Albritton Center for Grand Strategy, wrote the introduction for the H-Diplo teaching roundtable on the Cold War and History. The roundtable features essays from four scholars from around the world that explore different approaches to presenting the Cold War “not as a […]
We are pleased to announce that the George & Barbara Bush Foundation, the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum, the Bush School of Government & Public Service, the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, the Points of Light Foundation, and the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation will come together on a joint initiative — […]
Dr. Bryce Hannibal and Dr. Sierra Woodruff, ISTPP Research Fellows, and coauthor Dr. Matthew Malecha, have published their research, “The Overlap of Collaboration and Planning Networks: A Post-Harvey Study,” in the Journal of Planning Education and Research. Using original survey data collected from Houston organizations involved in planning and mitigation, the research team examines the […]
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. We seek […]
Lobbying plays an important role in US politics and policy-making, which has not gone unnoticed by US firms. The latest issue of The Takeaway looks at how political strategy has become an important complement to firms’ market activities to improve profitability.
Former Albritton Center for Grand Strategy (CGS) Fellow Dr. Robert Ralston recently published “No Right to Be Wrong: What Americans Think about Civil-Military Relations” in Perspectives on Politics with coauthors Ronald R. Krebs and Aaron Rapport. CGS was happy to have the opportunity to support Dr. Ralston and the research that went into the article, much of […]