CSPC Senior Adviser Sherm Katz featured on WashingtonTimes.com on the Importance of World Trade Talks
on January 18, 2012
An op-ed by CSPC Senior Adviser Sherm Katz, co-authored by Gary Hufbauer, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, on the importance of global trade negotiations is featured on the Washington Times' website.
CSPC Presidential Fellow David Pate is Featured for Outstanding Work with the Army and the Institute of World Politics
on December 01, 2011
CSPC Presidential Fellow from the Insitute of World Politics army officer David Pate is featured for his outstanding work with the Army and IWP. To read the article, click here.
Longtime Friend of CSPC Michael Maibach Featured for Support of the CSPC Presidential Fellow from the Institute of World Politics
on December 01, 2011
Longtime friend of the Center Michael Maibach is featured for his continuing support of the Presidential Fellow from the Institute of World Politics. To read the article, click here. This year's fellow, army officer David Pate, is also being featured for his outstanding work with the Army and IWP.
No Labels Reviews Dr. Abshire's Book The Grace and Power of Civility
In a time when our country is more polarized than ever, Dr. David Abshire, former Ambassador to NATO, writes a pamphlet tracing the history of commitment and tolerance. Abshire writes to revitalize the respect and dialogue that’s been missing in American public life.
CSPC President David Abshire Appears on C-SPAN to Discuss Executive Orders
on November 17, 2011
On November 17, 2011 CSPC President Dr. David Abshire appeared on C-SPAN's Washington Journal where he described the history of Executive Orders.
CSPC President David Abshire Addresses NDU About the Role of the Presidency and American Grand Strategy
on November 10, 2011
CSPC President Dr. David Abshire spoke on the role of the Presidency at the National Defense University's National Security Symposium entitled "Forging an American Grand Strategy: Securing a Path Through a Complex Future."