The Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law
Research Unit Profile
The Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law at The University of Texas at Austin provides the imagination, leadership and intellectual innovation required to help meet the challenges of the 21st century. It is designed to be a new kind of institution, one that engages the best minds in academia, government and the private sector in developing practical solutions to the pressing problems of an increasingly globalized world. The Center seeks the widest possible audience, enriching the public debate and giving guidance to decision-makers on how to respond to dangers and opportunities in global affairs.
Web Site: http://www.strausscenter.org/
Research Unit Affiliated Faculty
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|Busby, Joshua||LBJ School of Public Affairs||Politics of climate change; developing country debt relief; HIV/AIDS; the International Criminal Court in selected country cases in the advanced industrialized world; transatlantic relations, both in …|
|Chang, Frederick||LBJ School of Public Affairs||Cyber security Infrastructure assurance|
|Chesney, Robert||School of Law||National security law, with a particular interest in problems associated with terrorism. Professor Chesney has published extensively on topics ranging from detention and prosecution in the …|
|Engle, Karen||School of Law; South Asia Institute; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Professor Engle writes and lectures extensively on international law and human rights. She teaches courses in public international law, international human rights and employment discrimination, as …|
|Gholz, Charles||Government; LBJ School of Public Affairs||U.S. foreign policy; national security policy; energy security; oil industry; aerospace and defense industries; military innovation|
|Jinks, Derek||School of Law||Dr. Jinks's research and teaching interests include: Public international law, International humanitarian law, Human rights law, Criminal law, Rule of law in war time, Presidential power.|
|Kuperman, Alan||LBJ School of Public Affairs; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||International relations; conflict management; ethnic conflict and humanitarian intervention; genocide; national security; trade.|
|Lawrence, Mark||History||The history of U.S. foreign relations, especially during the Cold War; U.S. policy toward Latin America during the 1960s; the history of U.S. nuclear testing programs between 1945 and 1963; US Policy …|
|Mahajan, Vijay||Marketing; South Asia Institute||Research interests include Marketing strategy, marketing strategies for developing countries, product diffusion, research methodology|
|McDonald, Patrick||Government||international relations with a specific interest in the economic causes of war; how globalization has shaped the outbreak of military conflict among states across the nineteenth and twentieth …|
|Pedahzur, Ami||Government; Middle Eastern Studies||Terrorism, counterterrorism, political extremism, intelligence, security studies, social networks, Israel|
|Schwitters, Roy||Physics||High energy physics, large scale detectors.|
|Webber, Michael||Mechanical Engineering; Plan II Honors Program||-Energy policy -Alternative and renewable energy Dr. Webber has led research projects for policy issues relevant to energy, innovation and national security.|