The Program in American Grand Strategy kicked off the spring semester with talks on Taiwan’s recent election, the ongoing war in Gaza, and more.
On January 16, we welcomed Dr. Bonny Lin from the Center for Strategic and International Studies for a conversation on what Taiwan’s election means for regional and international security.
Columbia Law School’s Matthew C. Waxman visited Duke on January 23 for a wide-ranging discussion about the ongoing war in Gaza, the international legal dimensions of the conflict, and potential scenarios for postwar outcomes.
On January 25, we were joined by Lieutenant General Christopher T. Donahue as part of our ongoing series, the Marshall Military Conversation, which brings prominent military leaders to Duke’s campus. Lieutenant General Donahue is currently the Commanding General of the XVIII Airborne Corps at Fort Liberty and spoke about his career to date, the current geopolitical landscape, and the work of the XVIII Airborne Corps.
Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth’s visit to Duke last November was covered on Military.com in a piece discussing the Army’s recruiting challenges and the decline of public confidence, which also featured comments from Peter Feaver.
In The Media
Peter Feaver spoke to The Washington Post about Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin’s hospitalization.
Bruce Jentleson was interviewed on First News with Tommy Tucker about the ongoing war in Gaza and the Houthis.
Patrick Duddy contributed a piece to Providence on undocumented migrants and the challenges facing US policy at the southern border.
Bruce Jentleson appeared on CBS 17 to discuss the recent attack in Jordan against US service members.
Patrick Duddy spoke to Latin America Advisor about Venezuela’s upcoming election.