Speaker - James Steinberg

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James Steinberg is the dean and J.J. "Jake" Pickle Regents Chair in Public Affairs at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin. Previously, he was vice president and director of foreign policy studies at the Brookings Institution. He served as deputy national security adviser to President Clinton and has also served in the State Department as chief of staff, director of the policy planning staff, and deputy assistant secretary for analysis in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research. He is the author of many books and chapters on foreign policy and national security topics, including Protecting the Homeland 2006/2007 and An Ever Closer Union: European Integration and Its Implications for the Future of U.S.-European Relations.

4 Programs

Beyond Iraq: Future U.S. National Security Challenges

07.03.08 | 01:10:47 min | 1 comment

Why Change the Military?

07.03.08 | 01:12:08 min | 0 comments

Climate and National Security: Impacts on Foreign Policy

07.02.08 | 01:15:26 min | 0 comments

Nukes: Armageddon or Balance of Power?

07.03.07 | 01:18:30 min | 0 comments