The Texas Center was founded in September 2020 and is located at the University of Texas at Austin and more specifically hosted by Texas Global, the university wing dedicated to scientific influence and the mobility of students and international staff.
Discover in 180 seconds the thesis of Paul Serp, coordinator of the Texas center (2022-2025) PhD student at Aix-Marseille Université (ED 354)
PhD dissertation topic : “The Role of Military Force in Post-Cold War American Foreign Policy, 1989-2017” under the supervision of Isabelle Vagnoux
During the term of Paul Serp, the Texas center focuses on political history, political science, and international studies with a particular emphasis on military history. The conclusion of the Cold War brought an end to the bipolar world that had been in place since the Allied victory in World War II. This upheaval led the United States to question its place and foreign policy in the new world order. Focusing on the period from the end of the Cold War to the end of Barack Obama's second term (1989-2017), the Texas center coordinator wishes to explore American foreign policy interests and strategies and the different uses the country can make of its military strength.
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