Common Sense: Reflections on the First Fifteen Years of Grand Strategy




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Published on Oct 25, 2016

Looking back on the first fifteen years, in a moderated conversation the founding faculty discussed the program’s early history, and the original concepts that are central to the Grand Strategy Program. The founders also shared their thoughts on the importance of grand strategy to key contemporary issues. Remarks from Elizabeth H. Bradley, Director Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy and Nicholas F. Brady (Yale ’52).

John Gaddis, Brady-Johnson Distinguished Fellow in Grand Strategy; Robert A. Lovett Professor of Military and Naval History

Paul Kennedy, Brady-Johnson Distinguished Fellow in Grand Strategy; J. Richardson Dilworth Professor of History; Director of International Security Studies

Charles Hill, Brady-Johnson Distinguished Fellow in Grand Strategy

Moderated by Linda Kulman, Author, Teaching Common Sense: The Grand Strategy Program at Yale University

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