Dr. Gregory Gause, head of the International Affairs department at the Bush School and faculty affiliate with Albritton Center for Grand Strategy (CGS), published “What Does U.S. “Withdrawal” From the Middle East Mean?” in The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington on Dec. 10.
The piece discusses what Middle East interests and threats justify U.S. military forces. Tackling policy choices of “withdrawal” and “commitment,” Dr. Gause navigates the on-going policy debates on U.S. intervention.
The 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.