Pardee School Professor emeritus Andrew Bacevich discusses the state of American security 20 years after 9/11 and President Biden’s decision to pull troops from Afghanistan.
Professor Shifrinson weighs in on a new critique of the restraint school in U.S. foreign policy debates and explains why the strategy proposed by some liberal internationalists to confront a rising China – a strategy he terms “neo‐primacy” – is bound to fail.
“Some wars end in conquest, others may lead to a temporary arrangement. The Cold War was unusual in that it was carried out as a truce, with neither side seeking victory.”
Professor Wippl discusses lessons learned during his Cold War CIA assignment.
Ambassador Heine discusses Latin America’s relations to the U.S. and China in the latest edition of Foreign Affairs Latinoamérica.
Prof. Joshua Shifrinson discusses United States fears of war at the end of the Cold War and the effects on U.S. policy toward German reunification.
Prof. Joseph Wippl was interviewed for an article on what the lessons from a 1972 investigation of a Stasi operation can teach us about the Mueller report.
Prof. Joshua Shifrinson published a chapter on linkage politics and the end of the Cold War in a recent Oxford University Press volume.
Professor Renata Keller details parallels between the Cold War and the War on Drugs for InSight Crime.
The seeds of the global wars on both drugs and terror can be found in Mexico’s experience during the Cold War, says Renata Keller.
Renata Keller discovers the original 1956 arrest record of future Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
William Keylor has contributed a chapter to a just-published book titled “The Regional Cold Wars in Europe, East Asia and the Middle East.”
Pardee School Professor Renata Keller was invited to speak at #ScholarFest 2015, an academic symposium held at the Library of Congress.