Kendrick Kuo, the 2020-21 CGS Predoctoral Fellow, published the article “Military Innovation and Technological Determinism: British and US Ways of Carrier Warfare, 1919–1945” in the Journal of Global Security Studies. The central claim in the article is that theories of military innovation are often based on a form of technological determinism: an assumption that there is […]
Albritton Center for Grand Strategy News
Dr. Celeste Ward Gventer, this year’s Postdoctoral Fellow at the Albritton Center for Grand Strategy, was selected by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History as a Scholarly Fellow for the 2020-2021 academic year. The Gilder Lehrman Institute provides short-term research fellowships each year to enable scholars and graduate students to conduct research in New York-based archives. This year’s fellowships […]
On September 21, 2020, the Albritton Center for Grand Strategy (CGS) and Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University are releasing a volume discussing Russia policy under the next U.S. president. A perennial issue facing presidents is American policy towards Russia. Specifically, the next […]
Dr. Jasen Castillo, Associate Professor in the Department of International Affairs at the Bush School and co-director of the Albritton Center for Grand Strategy, coauthored “Loyalty, Hedging, or Exit: How Weaker Alliance Partners Respond to the Rise of New Threats” with Alexander B. Downes in the Journal of Strategic Studies. The article explores how weaker […]
Dr. Yuval Weber, a Bush School faculty member at the DC teaching site and CGS affiliate, coauthored “Hierarchy of Membership and Burden Sharing in a Military Alliance” with Shlomo Weber and Hans Wiesmeth in Defence and Peace Economics. The article examines and analyzes a military alliance with members of different economic and historical backgrounds that […]
Dr. Reyko Huang’s research article “Voting for Militants: Rebel Elections in Civil War,” co-authored with Drs. Kathleen Cunningham and Katherine Sawyer, has been published in the Journal of Conflict Resolution as part of a special feature on rebel governance. The article centers on rebel groups conducting popular elections in wartime, asserting that these elections are […]
Dr. Gregory Gause, head of International Affairs department at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University and an affiliate of the Bush School’s Albritton Center for Grand Strategy, recently had an article published on the Foreign Affairs website titled “The End of Saudi Arabia’s Ambitions”. The article talks about how […]
Robert Ralston, CGS predoctoral fellow, has a new article on the Foreign Affairs website. In it, Ralston discusses how more than principles or ideology, partisan politics explains how Americans think military and civilian officials ought to interact. The full article is available online on the Foreign Affairs website.
H-Diplo’s International Security Studies Forum has published a roundtable review of Austin Carson’s Secret Wars: Covert Conflict in International Politics, with contributions by the Albritton Center for Grand Strategy Co-Director John Schuessler, as well as Stacie Goddard, Dan Reiter, Jessica Weeks, and Carson. The full review is available online at the H-Diplo | ISFF website.
The Albritton Center for Grand Strategy is excited to welcome Celeste Ward Gventer and Kendrick Kuo to its fellowship program! The CGS Fellows program supports one pre-doctoral and one post-doctoral fellow in residence at the Bush School of Government and Public Service. The Center is particularly interested in scholars who are engaging with the fundamental […]