CSS’ Gilmour to Appear at Harvard Club

January 16, 2020
This presentation, based on his recently published book, uses insights from the ancient world to support critical thinking and policy formulation toward a region in which the United States continues to have significant interests.
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A Thanksgiving Message from CSS

November 24, 2019
Unilateralism represents a reversal of the old spirit of constitutionalism and checks-and-balances. Just as, domestically, particular interests need to accommodate other interests, so, internationally, states need to check and balance each other.
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New Staff at the Center

December 5, 2018
Justin T. Logan has been appointed Director of Programs and Research Associate at the Center for the Study of Statesmanship.
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Can America Get Out of Afghanistan?

July 27, 2018
Afghan government troops cannot even secure the two-mile road from the airport to the U.S. embassy. The current U.S. commander in Afghanistan, Lt. Gen. Austin Miller, is the seventeenth man to hold that job.
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CSS Launch Event: Panel Discussion and Introductory Remarks

November 6, 2017
Full video from our Launch Event on September 13, 2017. Featuring a conversation on U.S. foreign policy with Dr. Claes Ryn, Doug Bandow, and The Most Reverend Timothy Broglio, J.C.D. Introductory remarks by John Garvey, President of The Catholic University of America.
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Louis Fisher: War Powers and Unconstitutional Wars from Truman to the Present

September 22, 2017
The Center for the Study of Statesmanship at Catholic University hosted its first lecture on April 19, 2017, given by constitutional scholar Louis Fisher. Most recently Fisher has worked as a Senior Specialist in Separation of Powers at the Library of Congress, and lectured on the War Powers and unconstitutional wars.
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