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What is an educated person?
May 4, 2015
As students and faculty of a renowned University, must remember the importance of education
Demand for transparency should start on campus
April 27, 2015
We must hold university and government officials accountable.
Citizens of character are the future of our nation, the world
April 20, 2015
The new generation of leaders bring hope to society's future.
The phrase 'personal is political' must return to democratic discourse
April 14, 2015
UT professor reminds us that policy and personal experience are linked.
Iran deal shows value of compromise in diplomacy
April 7, 2015
Petty disagreement, unwillingness to compromise often hurt diplomatic efforts.
Global elites should leave their comfort zones, seek new experiences
March 30, 2015
Despite the effects of globalization, we must not get trapped in familiar destinations.
March Madness should prompt UT to review the education of its student-athletes
March 23, 2015
Professor Jeremi Suri says we shouldn't put athleticism ahead of a quality education.
As UT community seeks new leaders, it should reflect on meaning of good leadership
March 9, 2015
We need leadership that inspires and improves our diverse community.
In wake of Nemtsov killing, we should question growing political incivility
March 3, 2015
UT professor says he believes we must pay attention to acts of violence, inequality.
UT does not need more guns on campus
February 23, 2015
Campus carry disturbs ability for UT to be an open learning space.
American universities need support from all quarters
February 16, 2015
Legislators, students and faculty can help our universities maintain their original mission, says Daily Texan columnist Jeremi Suri.
Islamic State practices threaten universal human rights standards
February 9, 2015
UT professor believes global leaders must stick to standards of humanity when fighting Islamic State.
Gaining an international education is about more than just studying abroad
February 2, 2015
A UT professor advises students to fully immerse themselves in their regions of interest.
Let optimism, not pessimism, determine course of semester
January 26, 2015
UT professor lists steps he hopes students and faculty undertake this semester.
To effect positive social change, make being compassionate cool
December 2, 2014
We must stop attacking one another and devote our resources to working together, says Jeremi Suri, Daily Texan columnist and LBJ School of Public Affairs professor.
To end decades of hostility, U.S., Iranian leaders must cooperate in current negotiations
November 25, 2014
After more than 30 years of hostility, relations between the United States and Iran have the possibility of shifting if the leaders of these two states commit to work together on current negotiations on nuclear non-proliferation and economic sanctions.
Don’t treat Putin with kid gloves, but neither with a heavy hand
November 18, 2014
Americans should not overexaggerate the threat of Russia.
On 25th anniversary of Berlin Wall’s fall, has America lost its idealism?
November 11, 2014
Professor Jeremi Suri reflects on the fall of the Berlin Wall, 25 years later.
America needs new generation of leaders with different focuses
November 3, 2014
Daily Texan columnist Jeremi Suri takes stock of the current state of leadership in our society.
When fighting terrorism, US needs to utilize development, combat tactics
October 28, 2014
To fight terrorism, columnist and LBJ School of Public Affairs professor Jeremi Suri argues that the US needs to utilize development and combat tactics.
Response to Ebola ‘crisis’ in US highlights superficiality problem
October 20, 2014
Professor and columnist Jeremi Suri says the U.S. has other crises it needs to solve on top of the Ebola crisis.
Real Ebola crisis is in Africa, not in United States
October 14, 2014
In this week's column on foreign affairs, LBJ School of Public Affairs professor Jeremi Suri discusses the Ebola crisis' entrance into the United States.
Student protests in Hong Kong could determine future of democracy
October 7, 2014
Columnist and LBJ School of Public Affairs professor Jeremi Suri discusses the democracy protests in Hong Kong.
US should utilize persuasion instead of isolationist policies
September 29, 2014
The United States should combine persuasion with money and force to make necessary changes abroad, says columnist and professor Jeremi Suri.
Scottish independence referendum reaffirms need for good government
September 23, 2014
Following Scotland's vote to stay a part of Great Britain, LBJ School of Public Affairs professor Jeremi Suri looks at big and small government.
On eve of new conflicts, time to reconsider role of military
September 15, 2014
LBJ School of Public Affairs professor says we should more thoroughly reexamine the role of the U.S. military, especially considering the wars in Iraq and Syria.
To take down ISIS, US needs to pair might with diplomacy
September 8, 2014
ISIS is a force that must be stopped, says LBJ School of Public Affairs professor Jeremi Suri.
In midst of college experience, students shouldn't forget about the world beyond our borders
September 1, 2014
In the first of a weekly column, LBJ professor Jeremi Suri argues that although foreign affairs may seem irrelevant to students, they deserve our special attention.
United States should act to contain Russia's proxy wars
July 28, 2014
UT historian and professor details Russia's aggressive behavior beyond its own borders.
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