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VideoTariffs paid 'almost entirely' by American importers: IMF study
The International Monetary Fund is out with a study, stating that U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods have been mostly paid for by American importers. James Liu, Clearnomics Founder...
By Ashley Feng
PodcastChinese and Russian Influence in the Balkans
Dr. Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Rachel Rizzo are joined by recent George Washington University Elliot School of International Affairs graduates Zlata Gogoleva, Rachel Long, and ...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Rachel Rizzo, Zlata Gogoleva, Rachel Long & Sydney Simon
CommentaryPopulism and the coming era of political paralysis in Europe
Europe’s populists seem set to pull off a major win in the European parliamentary elections this week. But populism’s real challenge to European democracy goes far deeper than...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor & Alina Polyakova
CommentaryThe Forever Trade War
America’s relationship with China has taken a turn toward the confrontational. Tariffs are rising, rhetoric is heating up, and both sides are digging in....
By Richard Fontaine
CommentaryGrading Mogherini’s Five Years as EU Foreign Policy Chief
Starting today and continuing through Sunday, voters across Europe head to the polls to elect a new European Parliament. But this year will bring about more than just a new gr...
By Rachel Rizzo
VideoNorth Korean Ship Seizure - Supporting North Korea in the face of human rights violations
The United States has seized the North Korean ship Wise Honest. Duyeon Kim joins VOA Korea to examine the significance of this ship seizure in response to sanctions violations...
By Duyeon Kim
PodcastIn or Out? What Should the U.S. Do in Syria?
Nicholas A. Heras asks three notable experts on U.S. national security decision making—Frances Z. Brown, Melissa Dalton, and Loren DeJonge Schulman—whether the Uni...
By Nicholas Heras, Frances Z. Brown, Melissa Dalton & Loren DeJonge Schulman
CommentaryWhat Congress Should Do with the 2020 Defense Budget
Summary There are many things that the administration’s 2020 defense budget request gets right. However, the proposal remains too focused on both the size of the joint force a...
By Susanna V. Blume
PodcastEpisode 3: Engaging the Enemy
As the U.S. seeks a resolution to America’s longest war, we’re joined by Chris Kolenda, the first American to have both fought against—and then engaged in diplomatic tal...
By Christopher D. Kolenda
CommentaryCounterintelligence Responsibilities and the 2020 Election: What Are the Rules of the Road?
The attorney general has now directed John Durham, the U.S. attorney in Connecticut, to examine how the FBI’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election bega...
By Carrie Cordero
CommentaryThe 5G Fight Is Bigger Than Huawei
The latest salvos in the Trump administration’s campaign against Huawei may prove, at best, to be a Pyrrhic victory—or, at worst, directly undermine U.S. interests and objecti...
By Elsa B. Kania
PodcastThe U.S. Ratchets Up Sanctions On Iran And North Korea
The Trump administration has been talking about military action against Iran, but it is also taking economic action against companies doing business with Iran, using the U.S. ...
By Elizabeth Rosenberg
CommentaryTrump’s Preference for Acting Officials Puts National Security at Risk
President Trump recently announced that his intended nominee for secretary of defense will be Patrick Shanahan, who became—way back in March—America’s longest-serving acting s...
By Carrie Cordero & Joshua A. Geltzer
CommentaryGreat Power Rivalry Is Also a War For Talent
China’s military is working harder to find and keep good people. The U.S. must step up its own efforts....
By Elsa B. Kania & Emma Moore
PodcastCooperation and Fragmentation: Latvian Defense Minister Artis Pabriks on Transatlantic Relations
Latvian Minister of Defense Artis Pabriks joins Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Rachel Rizzo to discuss the future of transatlantic, European, and Latvian security in an age of grow...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Rachel Rizzo & Artis Pabriks
PodcastTrump Softens Escalating Iran War Rhetoric
The Trump administration is sounding warnings about Iran and building up force in the Persian Gulf, but the president's aversion to foreign intervention also weigh on his fore...
By Richard Fontaine
PodcastTrump Delays Auto Tariffs For 6 Months
Last year, the Trump administration put tariffs on steel and aluminum, citing national security concerns. Yesterday, they lifted those tariffs but only for Canada and Mexico. ...
By Ashley Feng
VideoAmerica's New Defense Strategy
On May 17, 2019, the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) and Foreign Policy (FP) welcomed visitors for an on-the-record discussion between CNAS Defense Program Director ...
By Elbridge Colby & Evan Thomas
5G: National Security Concerns, Intellectual Property Issues, and the Impact on Competition and Innovation
Submitted Written Testimony Chairman Graham, Ranking Member Feinstein, and Honorable Members of the Committee: Thank you for inviting me to testify today on an issue critical ...
By Peter Harrell
CommentarySan Francisco lawmakers ban facial recognition technology
Does this ban protect privacy or put public safety at risk? Technology and National Security associate fellow Kara Frederick debates former NYPD officer Darrin Porcher. View t...
By Kara Frederick