Texas A&M Uses Grant to Establish Center for Grand Strategy

Texas A&M University established a center focused on taking a fresh look at America’s strategic choices by fostering dialogue between scholars and practitioners and engaging a new generation of public servants. Professor Mark Welsh noted the Center for Grand Strategy “will be a place for scholars and policy practitioners to come together, share their ideas and learn from each other. It will allow us to play a role in shaping America’s future role on the global stage.” It’s supported by a grant from the Charles Koch Foundation.

The school shares additional detail in its press release. The grant agreement can be found here.

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