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13Mar, 2018

“Radical Inclusion” Authors Gen. Dempsey and Ori Brafman on Leading in Today’s World

General Martin Dempsey, Home, News

CBS News | March 8, 2018 A former military leader and a college professor are teaming up to offer advice on the challenges of leadership with their new book, “Radical Inclusion: What the Post-9/11 World Should Have Taught Us About Leadership.” Retired Gen. Martin Dempsey spent 41 years in the military, culminating in four years as […]

13Mar, 2018

Martin Dempsey: Trump Will Need ‘Stamina’ to Deal with North Korea

General Martin Dempsey, News

Washington Examiner | March 9, 2018 By Pete Kasperowicz Former President Barack Obama’s top military adviser said Friday that President Trump needs to be ready to outlast North Korean officials when he opens talks with Kim Jong Un in May about its nuclear ambitions. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under Obama, said […]

13Mar, 2018

Gen. Martin Dempsey on Leadership and ‘Radical Inclusion’

General Martin Dempsey, News

NPR News, Morning Edition | March 8, 2018 By Steve Inskeep NPR’s Steve Inskeep talks with former Army Gen. Martin Dempsey about his new book Radical Inclusion, in which he argues that the demands of leadership have changed since Sept. 11. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: Retired generals played a high-profile role in the 2016 presidential campaign. Hillary Clinton had […]

2Mar, 2018

Democrats Insist Dodd-Frank Relief Bill Would Loosen Rules for Foreign Megabanks

Sarah Bloom Raskin, News

Washington Examiner | March 1, 2018 By Joseph Lawler Senate Democrats on Thursday rejected Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell’s assurances that a bipartisan bill offering relief from Dodd-Frank rules wouldn’t loosen rules on foreign megabanks like Deutsche Bank and Santander. During a Senate Banking Committee hearing, Powell told proponents of the bill, which is expected […]

21Feb, 2018

Eradicating Poverty through Energy Innovation

Jim Rogers, News

Arizona State University | February 16, 2018 Access to energy is at the nexus of many social problems, and improving the ability of people to gain access to affordable, reliable energy could help mitigate the effects of poverty and a host of related challenges, such as access to clean water, food, healthcare, adequate housing and clean environments. […]

21Feb, 2018

Russia and Turkey: ‘A Marriage of Convenience’ That is Asserting Itself in the Middle East

Jack Matlock, News

Duke Today | February 19, 2018 By Steve Hartsoe Jack Matlock, Robert Pearson and Dimitar Bechev discuss the new Russian-Turkish coalition that is shifting power relations in the Middle East. Photo by Jared Lazarus As a major international actor, Russia has a weaker hand than the United States – a smaller economy, population and military might – but […]

12Feb, 2018

U.S. Female Combatant Commander to Speak at Duke

General Martin Dempsey, Events, News

Duke Today | February 12, 2018 By Mary Lindsley Gen. Lori J. Robinson, the United States’ first female combatant commander, will talk about the challenges of leading U.S. Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) and North American Defense Command (NORAD) Monday, Feb. 12, at Duke University. The talk begins at 6 p.m. in the Sanford School of Public Policy’s […]

30Jan, 2018

Gen. Martin Dempsey Says Americans Must Gain New Perspective in Talk at UNC

General Martin Dempsey, News

The Daily Tar Heel | January 30, 2018 By Brooke Bauman In his opening remarks, professor Klaus Larres noted that Gen. Martin Dempsey had merited the greatest turnout for an event in the Krasno speaking series hosted by the history department. On Tuesday, the Krasno Distinguished Professorship welcomed Gen. Dempsey to discuss “U.S. National Security in […]

6Dec, 2017

New Duke Project to Address Energy Needs of World’s Poor

Jim Rogers, News

Duke Today | December 6, 2017 By Erin McKenzie, Sarah Dwyer Duke University is launching a project focused on developing new and collaborative ways to meet the energy needs of some of the world’s most disadvantaged communities, President Vincent E. Price announced Wednesday. The Energy Access Project was established by a $1.5 million gift from Jim […]

4Dec, 2017

The New Leadership Environment Part III: The Case for Radical Inclusion

General Martin Dempsey, News

Linkedin | December 1, 2017 By General Martin E. Dempsey Bill Kraus looks like a drill sergeant: ramrod straight, clear-eyed, and physically fit, with closely cropped hair and a baritone voice. When you meet him, you know you’re in the presence of a man on a mission. He’s actually a former executive at Under Armour and […]