June 18, 2013 — In his blog post on Foreign Policy, Brendon Millis discusses the 2013 annual CNAS conference and the critical questions on modern drone warfare that the participants of the Bugs, Bytes and Bots segment raised about cyber terrorism, advanced weaponry and the vulnerability in policy implementation that these developments could raise.
June 17, 2013 — CNAS Senior Advisor and Senior Director of the Asia-Pacific Security Program, Dr. Patrick Cronin, discusses the recent diplomatic outreach from North Korea to South Korea and the United States and its limited, if any, potential to bring peace amongst the three nations.
June 16, 2013 — David Sanger of The New York Times analyzes potential policy angles to puruse with Iran and cites Senior Fellow Colin Kahl's recently published report, The Challenges of Containing a Nuclear-Armed Iran, as an important source of policy expectations and measurements between the two countries.
June 14, 2013 — In an op-ed in The Diplomat, Patrick Cronin, Richard Fontaine and Ely Ratner of CNAS write about the "burgeoning security cooperation" among nations of the Indo-Pacific region, which they argue "represents the untold story of a region on the move."
June 13, 2013 — Michèle Flournoy and Madeleine Albright advocate for a more open environment for women in the CIA that can provide for a successful and fair working capacity in a recent report entitled "CIA Women in Leadership."
June 13, 2013 — Politico's Morning Defense reports on Deputy Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter's speech at the 2013 CNAS annual conference.
June 13, 2013 — CNAS Non-Resident Senior Fellow Bob Kaplan discusses in Forbes.com the latest CNAS report The Emerging Asia Power Web:The Rise of Bilateral Intra-Asian Security Ties.
June 12, 2013 — Read Tom Ricks' coverage of the 2013 CNAS annual conference on Best Defense.
June 8, 2013 — Senior Advisor and Senior Director of the Asia-Pacific Security Program, Dr. Patrick Cronin and Joseph S. Nye, Jr. National Security Research Intern, Alexander Sullivan discuss the contradictions and challenges facing the evolving relationship between China and the United States, and what each nation needs to do in order to accomplish diplomatic, political and economic harmony.
June 7, 2013 — In a post for Time Magazine's Battleland Blog, Mark Thompson discusses the weeklong buzz of activity in the defense community regarding the discussion on retooling the U.S. military and analyzes the seven recommendations made in CNAS' recent report The Seven Deadly Sins of Defense.