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CommentaryBolstering Congressional Support for NATO
In January, The New York Times reported that President Trump suggested to senior advisors several times over the course of the previous year that he might withdraw the United ...
By Rachel Rizzo & Carrie Cordero
CommentaryDispelling the Myth of Women in Special Operations
The military often promotes a culture of hypermasculinity and is largely seen as a “man’s world,” which is not surprising given that the overall number of active duty women of...
By Nicole Alexander & Lyla Kohistany
CommentaryFar-Right Extremism and the Christchurch Massacre: Adapting to New Threats
Within 24 hours of the massacre in Christchurch, New Zealand—in which an Australian assailant murdered 50 people attending worship services at two mosques—the public reaction ...
By Carrie Cordero
CommentaryKara Frederick on Fox & Friends: What happens when next generation tech falls into the wrong hands?
Kara Frederick, associate fellow in the CNAS Technology and National Security program, joins Fox News' Fox & Friends to discuss her Wall Street Journal essay, "The Authori...
By Kara Frederick
PodcastWOTR Podcast: Civil-Military Relations Gone Wild?
Debates over civil-military relations have reached a fever pitch since the 2016 presidential campaign and the beginning of the Trump administration. Many have focused on the t...
By Loren DeJonge Schulman, Steven Foster, Alice Hunt Friend & Ryan Evans
PodcastPodcast: The Autocrat’s New Tool Kit
A new set of technological tools—some of them now maturing, others poised to emerge over the coming decade—seem destined to wind up in the hands of autocrats around the world....
By Richard Fontaine, Kara Frederick & Paul Scharre
PodcastDeputy Prime Minister Radmila Šekerinska on North Macedonia
Deputy Prime Minister Radmila Šekerinska, Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister of the Republic of North Macedonia, joins Dr. Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Rachel Rizzo to di...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Rachel Rizzo & Radmila Šekerinska
CommentaryThe Autocrat’s New Tool Kit
Chinese authorities are now using the tools of big data to detect departures from “normal” behavior among Muslims in the country’s Xinjiang region—and then to identify each su...
By Richard Fontaine & Kara Frederick
CommentaryCuba: The Next Rift in the Transatlantic Relationship?
The Trump administration is poised to open a significant new rift in the transatlantic relationship, this time regarding Cuba. With the administration’s announcement on March ...
By John Hughes
PodcastSayers and Colby at The Heritage Foundation: The Indo-Pacific after INF
After six years of failed attempts to get Russia to return to compliance with the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty obligations, the U.S. officially announced its...
By Elbridge Colby, Eric Sayers & Jeff M. Smith
VideoCNAS’ Dougherty on New American Way of War Project
Chris Dougherty, one of the authors of the Pentagon’s National Defense Strategy who is now a senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security, discusses the think tank’...
By Chris Dougherty
VideoU.N.: North Korea is avoiding sanctions
According to a new United Nations report, North Korea is violating sanctions through ship-to-ship transfers, cyber attacks and building nuclear weapons. Neil Bhatiya, an assoc...
By Neil Bhatiya
CommentaryPredictive Medicine: Where the Pentagon and Silicon Valley Could Build a Bridge in Artificial Intelligence
With over 9.4 million patients in the Department of Defense (DoD) healthcare system and another 9 million patients enrolled in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) healthca...
By Dr. Ryan Kappedal & Dr. Niels Olson
PodcastCNAS Tech: How (Not) to Talk About AI & Lethality
The U.S. Army recently announced its new Advanced Targeting & Lethality Automated System, or ATLAS program. The announcement generated concern and media headlines about the le...
By Paul Scharre, Kara Frederick & Megan Lamberth
CommentaryTake India’s Side, America
The moment of maximum danger in the latest India-Pakistan conflict appears to have passed. But after a major attack by Pakistani militants on an Indian military base in Kashmi...
By Elbridge Colby
CommentaryIs the Pentagon Truly Committed to the National Defense Strategy?
As Senate and House committees examine the Trump administration’s proposed defense budget for fiscal 2020 — it totals three-quarters of a trillion dollars — the first and most...
By Elbridge Colby & James N. Miller, Jr.
CommentaryThe Hanoi Summit – We Asked Neil Bhatiya What Happens Next in U.S.-North Korea Relations
With the suspension of the summit in Hanoi between President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong-un, the diplomatic process to resolve the status of North Korea’s dangerous wea...
By Neil Bhatiya
CommentaryThe Hanoi Summit – We Asked Kristine Lee What Happens Next in U.S.-North Korea Relations
This past year, Kim Jong-un achieved foreign-policy breakthroughs long sought by his family’s regime through a combination of deft diplomacy, a burgeoning nuclear program, and...
By Kristine Lee
PodcastBenjamin Haddad on France’s Yellow Vest Movement
Benjamin Haddad, Director of the Future Europe Initiative at the Atlantic Council, joins Dr. Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Rachel Rizzo to discuss France’s Yellow Vest movement....
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Rachel Rizzo & Benjamin Haddad
CommentaryWhat to Expect When You’re Expecting a Defense Budget Masterpiece
In December of 2017, before the Department of Defense released its 2019 budget request, then-Deputy Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan tried to manage expectations about it...
By Susanna V. Blume & Chris Dougherty