May 17, 2013 — Fellow and Deputy Director of the Asia-Pacific Security Program Dr. Ely Ratner discusses the growing assertive naval role being displayed by both China and Russia with Quartz. He also discusses the growing sea relevancy of the BRIC countries as they expand their forces, modernize their ships and play a larger part of the changing environment in Asia and beyond.
May 17, 2013 — Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Dr. John Nagl discusses with NBC the importance of the United States armed forces adapting to counterinsurgency methods in the war against terror, in order to successfully counter the efforts of terrorists as they continue to strike using guerrilla warfare tactics.
May 15, 2013 — Senior Fellow Dr. Colin Kahl discusses with The Washington Free Beacon his report, If All Else Fails: The Challenges of Containing a Nuclear-Armed Iran, and responds to critics who say the report sends the wrong message to the world about the U.S. commitment to preventing Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapons capacity.
May 15, 2013 — CNAS CEO Robert Work discusses with Wired the X47B drone launched by the Navy for the first time on May 14 and compares it to the simpler, propeller-driven drone similar to the Air Force's Predator.
May 15, 2013 — If All Else Fails: The Challenges of Containing a Nuclear-Armed Iran, co-authored by Dr. Colin H. Kahl, Raj Pattani and Jacob Stokes, is discussed in an Inter Press Service News Agency article by Jim Lobe.
May 14, 2013 — In Reuter's Great Debate blog, David Axe shares the insights of CNAS CEO Robert Work regarding the impact of the X47B, a 62-foot-wide, hook-nosed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle built by Northrop Grumman, which was launched by the Navy on May 14.
May 14, 2013 — Research Associate Zachary Hosford discusses with The National Journal's Global Security Newswire the obstacles impeding Japan and South Korea from cooperating on the development of a missile defense architecture to protect against the North Korean threat.
May 14, 2013 — Center for American Progress' Think Progress blog writer Hayes Brown discusses the recently published CNAS report If all Else Fails: The Challenges of Containing a Nuclear-Armed Iran.
May 14, 2013 — In his post on Time Magazine's Battlefield blog, Mark Thompson analyzes If All Else Fails: The Challenges of Containing a Nuclear-Armed Iran by Senior Fellow Colin Kahl, Research Associate Jacob Stokes and Georgetown University student Raj Pattani, speculating whether its publication signals a change of heart in President Obama's nuclear prevention policy toward Iran.
May 14, 2013 — The Independent European Daily Express analyzes Senior Fellow Colin Kahl's report, If All Else Fails: The Challenges of Containing a Nuclear-Armed Iran in the context of the ongoing debate in the United States between hawks and doves about how best to thwart Iran's ambitions to attain a nuclear weapons capability.