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Around the Table with Nadine Zaatar
Around the Table is a three-question interview series from the Make Room email newsletter. Each edition features a conversation with a peer in the national security community ...
Behind China’s Plans to Build AI for the World
To compete with China’s efforts, the United States needs a far more expansive vision of how to empower other nations with the education, tools and infrastructure needed to jum...
By Bill Drexel & Hannah Kelley
How China is beating the U.S. at AI
The conventional wisdom is that the U.S. and China are battling it out for AI dominance, and that the US has an upper hand when it comes to developing the technology. On POLIT...
By Hannah Kelley & Bill Drexel
Remapping Global Supply Chains
Rachel Ziemba makes her debut on the podcast to discuss what you missed at APEC while everyone was focused on Xi and Biden, prospects for growth in Venezuelan oil production, ...
By Rachel Ziemba
Understanding the State of U.S. Support to Ukraine with Ambassador Ivo Daalder
As winter approaches and territorial changes along the frontlines in Ukraine continue to be minimal, the realization is setting in that a long war likely lies ahead. To contin...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend & Ivo Daalder
Sharper: Diplomacy Digest
How, and with whom, the United States engages matters. From pledges to address climate change with China, to leading hostage releases in Gaza, and cooperating with nations to ...
By Anna Pederson
The Pentagon’s New Opportunity to Boost Readiness among Female Troops
First lady Jill Biden on Nov. 13 announced the launch of the White House Initiative on Women’s Health Research to highlight the goal of fundamentally changing the way women’s ...
By Katherine L. Kuzminski
Sam Bendett on Russia-Ukraine & Byron Callan’s Week Ahead
Adjunct Senior Fellow Samuel Bendett joins the Defense & Aerospace Report podcast to discuss Ukraine’s latest attack on Moscow, an update on the war, new sanctions on Russian ...
By Samuel Bendett
Russia Is the Loser in the Israel-Hamas War
Whereas Russia was central to the discussions around the Syrian civil war a decade ago, the future trajectory of the Middle East is likely to emerge from the Gaza crisis witho...
By Peter Schroeder
How the West Can Court the Global South
Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, many observers have focused on the consolidation of Western unity in responding to Moscow’s aggression. However, attitu...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend, Nathalie Tocci & Timothy Garton Ash
U.S.-China Competition and the Race to 6G
China views telecommunications as central to its geopolitical and strategic objectives....
By Sam Howell
"No Question of U.S. Using India As A Cat's Paw Against China"
On 'Talking Point', Lisa Curtis, Senior Fellow and Director of the Indo-Pacific Security Programme at the Centre for a New American Security (CNAS) in Washington, D.C., Former...
By Lisa Curtis
Sharper: Serving America's Veterans
As America’s military continues to struggle to meet recruiting targets, the proper treatment of veterans and servicemembers is increasingly vital to ensure the All-Volunteer F...
By Anna Pederson & Andrew Spafford
Did China and Russia just sabotage critical infrastructure in the Baltic?
During the past several weeks, a string of attacks on critical infrastructure in the Baltic Sea has highlighted the challenges NATO faces in protecting itself against hybrid t...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend, Bruce Jones & Elisabeth Braw
Japan-South Korea Cooperation Amid Israel-Hamas Conflict Proves Benefits of Trilateral With US
Coordination on evacuations of their citizens from the Middle East is a seemingly small but symbolically significant step for Tokyo and Seoul....
By Evan Wright & Lt Col Jessica A. Guarini
Russia's War on Ukraine: Andrea Kendall-Taylor
Andrew Makridis talks with Andrea Kendall-Taylor, she's a former CIA analyst and is now a Senior Fellow and Director of the Transatlantic Security Program at CNAS. They discus...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor
Blinken swoops into Iraq to try and stifle a broader Mideast conflict
In an unannounced trip, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken went to Iraq to meet with Iraq's Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani. His aim was to put a stop to drone and ro...
By Jonathan Lord
America’s Withdrawal From Afghanistan Did Not Spur Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine
The United States’ apparent abandonment of an ally when it withdrew from Afghanistan almost certainly had nothing to do with Putin’s war....
By Peter Schroeder
The US House GOP Israel Bill Is Not Serious
By tying support for Israel’s defense to a completely unrelated, and ultimately self-defeating budget cut, the House majority demonstrates it is unserious about supporting Ame...
By Jonathan Lord
How India-China Powerplay In Indo-Pacific Puts U.S. In A Fix
Former White House Official Lisa Curtis and Professor Minxin Pei decode the impact of changing global equilibrium on India-U.S. relations. Lisa Curtis believes that Chinese ag...
By Lisa Curtis