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Eric Lorber, a former American Grand Strategy graduate fellow, defended the use of economic sanctions in statecraft at a Monday event hosted by the AGS program and moderated by Peter Feaver, professor of political science and director of the program.
A Duke senior is trailblazing efforts to make cybersecurity a field of study more accessible to the Duke community.
Jim Steinberg, former United States deputy secretary of state under President Barack Obama, discussed U.S.-China relations and analyzed the current situation between what he described as a hawkish White House and an ascendant China during a Thursday event.
As the U.S.-China trade war escalates, Duke Kunshan University has managed to stay out of the cross fire—at least for now.
After 32 years of civilian and military service, Lisa Disbrow concluded that the complex structure of the U.S. government is what ensures the strength of the nation at a talk Tuesday evening.
John Kelly, who just months ago was President Donald Trump's chief of staff, came to campus Wednesday night to talk about steering the White House ship.
Andrew McCabe, former FBI deputy director and Trinity '90, will visit Duke April 9 to address the FBI's role in protecting America.
Retired General John Kelly, former White House chief of staff to President Donald Trump, is coming to Duke just months after walking away from the White House.
Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, walked across the stage Thursday to a standing ovation from a sold-out audience.
With the most recent exodus of remaining competent officials from the Trump administration, the President has signalled to any and all competent policymakers that serving in the administration is not worth their personal reputations. In firing H.R. McMaster, a man who has dedicated his life to public service, Trump has thoroughly nailed this coffin. More pressingly, Gen. McMaster’s replacement, John R. Bolton, has been described by some as a genuine national security threat. As stated by Duke Professor Peter Feaver in a recent article, “One can find more hawkish voices far from the corridors of power but probably not within them.” This grim reality of having appointed an ultra-hawk at a time of high global tension and responsivity to U.S policy is indeed frightening.
Update: American Grand Strategy cancelled an event hosting Duke alum Andrew McCabe, Trinity '90, on campus April 13. There is no information regarding whether the event will be rescheduled.
Update: Gen. Joseph Dunford's talk has been cancelled due to "unforeseen circumstances." There is no information regarding whether the event will be rescheduled.
General Lori Robinson, the highest ranking woman in U.S. military history, discussed the challenges that come with leading two commands at an event Monday, emphasizing how she wants to be recognized for her abilities and position—not her gender.
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper is coming to campus in March to discuss the state of cybersecurity.
General Lori Robinson is the first woman to lead a major military command and she is coming to Duke Monday to discuss the challenge of “Managing Threats and Relationships Across Two Commands.”
Senior Amy Kramer’s Young Trustee campaign centers around giving back to Duke as a leader, listener and fighter, by helping “make our second home an even better place.”
Since President Donald Trump was sworn into office on Jan. 20, 2017, The Chronicle has published 337 news articles, opinion columns, editorials and satirical columns that mention his name. He can dominate the national news cycle with an early morning tweet and change immigration policy with a stroke of the pen—but some of his actions hit closer to campus than others.
Reince Priebus, former chairman of the Republican National Committee, holds the record for the shortest tenure as White House chief of staff. Yet, Priebus still maintains a close relationship with the president.
Peter Feaver, professor of political science and public policy, will testify in front of the Senate Foreign Relations committee Tuesday.
American Grand Strategy—an interdisciplinary campus initiative—publicized information related to a designated hate group last week.