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PodcastAutocratization in Central Europe with Dan Kelemen and Freedom House’s Zselyke Csaky
What does the deepening crisis of autocratization in Hungary and elsewhere in Central Europe mean for the future of the European Union? Dan Kelemen and Zselyke Csaky join Andr...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Carisa Nietsche, Dan Kelemen & Zselyke Csaky
PodcastSolving the Navy's Strategic Bankruptcy
Special guest Chris Dougherty discusses his recent War on the Rocks article, and he describes the competing interests that drive different (and rarely complementary) force req...
By Chris Dougherty
VideoArtificial intelligence arms race does not exist
Paul Scharre, former special assistant to the under secretary of defense for policy, now vice president and director of studies at the Center for a New American Security, spok...
By Paul Scharre
PodcastIndo-Pacific Futures – Critical technology
Elsa Kania joins the National Security Podcast to discuss the technologies that have become critical to national security and how they’re going to shape the region over the co...
By Elsa B. Kania
VideoTaliban Terror: How Can US Support Afghanistan?
Will Afghan forces will be able to hold on to the Taliban terrorism and how long? Lisa Curtis, shares her thoughts on the ways the U.S. can support of Afghanistan. Watch the ...
By Lisa Curtis
Congressional TestimonyThe Fiscal Year 2022 Defense Budget and Future Options for the Pentagon
Submitted Written Testimony I. Introduction Chairman Smith, Ranking Member Rodgers, distinguished members of the committee and staff thank you for inviting me to testify today...
By Stacie Pettyjohn
VideoBetter than Crypto? Why central banks are racing to launch digital currencies
Emily Jin discusses the race for governments to regulate and create their own digital currency. Watch the full conversation from Deutsche Welle....
By Emily Jin
CommentaryHow the Intelligence Community Can Get Better at Open Source Intel
The ubiquity and accessibility of this public data disrupts the assumed superiority of the government’s proprietary intelligence sources of methods...
By Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley, Jr. (Ret.) & Neil Wiley
Congressional TestimonyHearing on Securing the Homeland: Reforming DHS to Meet Today’s Threats
Submitted Written Testimony I. Introduction Chairman Thompson, Ranking Member Katko, and members of the committee, thank you for the opportunity to appear before you today on...
By Carrie Cordero
CommentaryHow Personalist Politics is Changing Democracies
This rapid increase is alarming: Personalist rule brings with it a host of negative outcomes compared to other types of authoritarian systems....
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Carisa Nietsche, Erica Frantz & Joseph Wright
VideoUnited States must reach consensus on specifics of threat from China, says defense strategy expert
Chris Dougherty, senior fellow in the Defense Program at the Center for a New American Security, discusses the need for additional resources in the Navy and its “strategic ban...
By Chris Dougherty
CommentaryThe United States Can’t Afford the Brutal Price of Chinese Solar Panels
Buying Chinese solar panels to reduce emissions is like using gas to put out a fire....
By Henry Wu
CommentaryOPEC Standoff: Resetting market share
Producers such as the UAE want to make money from their assets today and set up robust future asset streams that will be robust to the shift to net zero production....
By Rachel Ziemba
PodcastMerkel’s Upcoming White House Visit and the Future of U.S.-German Relations with Cathryn Clüver and Jeff Rathke
What is the significance of Angela Merkel’s upcoming White House for the future of U.S.-German relations? Cathryn Clüver and Jeff Rathke join Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Jim Tow...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend, Cathryn Clüver & Jeff Rathke
VideoChina still has weaknesses in terms of cutting-edge AI research, says expert
Elsa Kania discusses China and AI research to achieve self-reliance in the AI chips sector with CNBC. Watch the full video from CNBC....
By Elsa B. Kania
VideoAs the U.S. Withdraws All Remaining Troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban Advances
Col (Ret.) Christopher Kolenda, Adjunct Senior Fellow at CNAS, speaks to Jim Sciutto about the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan....
By Christopher D. Kolenda
CommentaryIsrael’s growing ties to China are testing its relationship with the U.S.
As a sovereign, high-tech, democratic powerhouse, Israel has a fundamental stake in the contest between China and the free world....
By David Feith
CommentaryTime for US nuclear strategy to embrace no first use
No first use is the most meagre of many measures needed to restrain US presidential authority in the nuclear realm....
By Van Jackson
PodcastBack to the Future: Resetting Special Operations Forces for Great Power Competition
What will be the role of special operations forces (SOF) in this era of great power competition? Where is SOF falling short in the shift to meet this new focus area? Michèle F...
By Michèle Flournoy
PodcastPresident Biden’s Trip to Europe, with Jeremy Shapiro and Amy Mackinnon
What concrete outcomes were achieved during President Joe Biden’s recent trip to Europe? Jeremy Shapiro and Amy Mackinnon join Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Jim Townsend to discus...
By Jeremy Shapiro, Amy MacKinnon, Andrea Kendall-Taylor & Jim Townsend