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Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Lisa Curtis, Jacob Stokes, Carisa Nietsche, Joshua Fitt, Nicholas Lokker | September 13, 2022

Energy, Economics & Security

Rebuild: Toolkit for a New American Industrial Policy

As economic security comes to the forefront of U.S. foreign policy, the U.S. strategy has been largely reactive and focused on playing defense rather than offense. Actions hav...

Energy, Economics & Security

Reimagine: Clean Energy Technology and U.S. Industrial Policy

Historically, the United States has been the largest public investor in clean energy research and development. U.S. research institutions and private firms continue to hold a ...

The Shawn Brimley Next Generation National Security Leaders Fellowship

The Next Generation National Security Leaders Program is a central part of the Center for a New American Security’s mission to prepare and foster the next generation of nation...

Press

    • Press Release
    • September 29, 2022
    CNAS Welcomes Thomas Krueger as Adjunct Senior Fellow

    Washington, September 29, 2022—The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) is pleased to welcome Thomas Krueger as an Adjunct Senior Fellow in the Energy, Economics, and Sec...

  • In The News
    • The Hill
    • September 28, 2022
    Biden Pushes Limits of Taiwan Policy, despite Chinese Outrage

    The administration is sensitive to China’s opposition to the proposed legislation, introduced by Sens. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committe...

    By Jacob Stokes

  • In The News
    • National Defense Magazine
    • September 28, 2022
    Chips Act Gives Hope to U.S. Semiconductor Industry

    In the immediate future, the conflict in Ukraine has demonstrated the consequences of the chip shortage, said Megan Lamberth, an associate fellow for the technology and nation...

    By Megan Lamberth

  • In The News
    • Foreign Policy
    • September 28, 2022
    Russia’s Stripped Its Western Borders to Feed the Fight in Ukraine

    Two European defense officials estimated there could be as few as 6,000 of the original 30,000 Russian ground forces left in Kaliningrad and near the Baltic region. Although t...

    By Jim Townsend

  • In The News
    • Nikkei Asia
    • September 27, 2022
    Indian Ocean Rivalry: China’s Naval Maneuvers Irk New Delhi

    Tom Shugart, an adjunct senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) think tank, said: "While we don't have any direct indications of intentions to specifica...

    By Tom Shugart

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  1. The Latest Phase of the War in Ukraine, with Mike Kofman and Jeff Edmonds
  2. CNAS Gaming Lab on Meet the Press
  3. China's Digital Currency and Authoritarianism
  4. Better Together: The Case for a Technology Alliance

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