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Cultivating the next generation of grand strategists.

The Duke University Program in American Grand Strategy is a signature program for Duke students interested in national security policymaking. AGS is defined by its curriculum, with the hallmark AGS advanced seminar, speaker series, co-curricular active learning experiences, research opportunities and extensive alumni network.

 
Courses

Take the hallmark AGS advanced seminar.

Events

Hear from today's most prominent, strategic voices.

Engage

Learn outside the classroom on staff rides and field trips.

Research

Engage with scholars on a deeper level.

The Perfect Weapon: Recapping an Event with David Sanger

The Perfect Weapon: Recapping an Event with David Sanger David Sanger, New York Times National Security Correspondent, October 9, 2019. By Matthew Noles. October 28, 2019. David Sanger, a veteran reporter for The New York Times and recipient of two Pulitzer Prizes, visited Duke on October 9th to discuss current national security events, cyberwarfare, and […]

Duke CISO Addresses Duke Cyber Club

Duke CISO Addresses Duke Cyber Club By Joanne Kim. October 23, 2019. Richard Biever, Duke University’s Chief Information Security Officer, and Mary McKee, the Director of Identity Management and Security Services in Duke’s Office of Information Technology (OIT), spoke at a Duke Cyber Club event on September 30, 2019. They discussed security approaches at educational […]