Articles & Multimedia
Showing 1-20 of 5574 Publications
CommentaryNumbers game: How the Air Force is following the Army and Navy’s bad example
On Sept. 17, Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson stole a page from the Army and the Navy, announcing that the Air Force needed to grow its number of operational squadron...
By Susanna V. Blume
PodcastQuantum Hegemony? China’s Ambitions and the Challenge to U.S. Innovation Leadership
Paul Scharre, Director and Senior Fellow of the Technology and National Security program at CNAS, hosts a discussion with Technology and National Security Adjunct Fellow Elsa ...
By Elsa B. Kania & Paul Scharre
CommentaryVeterans: Answering the call to serve
In August, the veteran unemployment rate was 3.8 percent – the same as that for non-veterans – continuing a multi-year positive trend. The same month, Google announced that it...
By Kayla M. Williams
CommentaryChina and America May Be Forging a New Economic Order
“New U.S.-China Tariffs Raise Fears of an Economic Cold War,” proclaimed a Washington Post headline. The New York Times alleged that the United States and China were already “...
By Abigail Grace
VideoCenter for New American Security’s Heartland Security Report
Harry Krejsa of the Center for New American Security, and Bill Scher, Politico Magazine contributing editor, spoke recently at the Council about the United States foreign and ...
By Harry Krejsa
CommentaryWinning the LDP Election Won’t Win Shinzo Abe Constitutional Revision
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will be facing off against his political opponent, former Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba, in Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) leadership elect...
By Margaret Bittle
CommentaryTurkey's deal with Russia still leaves the US with a dilemma on its Syrian strategy
Turkey just scored a big win in Syria that could save tens of thousands of lives and avert what would have been the worst humanitarian crisis of an already terrible war, but t...
By Nicholas Heras
VideoWill WWIII Be Fought By Robots?
What will autonomous weapons mean for how future wars are waged and the loss of human lives in armed conflicts? That's the topic of a new book, Army of None: Autonomous Weapon...
By Paul Scharre
CommentaryIran Hawks Could Make a Bad Situation Worse
One of U.S. President Donald Trump’s chief foreign-policy objectives is to persuade or force the Iranian government to abandon policies that pose a threat to U.S. interests—na...
By Eric Brewer & Dr. Ariane Tabatabai
CommentaryCompeting Economic Futures for the Korean Peninsula
As Seoul presses ahead with rapprochement with Pyongyang amidst the third summit between President Moon Jae-in and Chairman Kim Jong-un this week, it is becoming apparent that...
By Kristine Lee
CommentaryTurkey and the United States Should Work Together to Avert Disaster in Idlib
Over the weekend, the Bashar al-Assad regime announced the start of its campaign to retake Syria’s Idlib province—a region home to an estimated 3 million people, including aro...
By Ilan Goldenberg & Nicholas Heras
CommentaryThe Pentagon must modernize before it’s too late
For the first time since the end of the Cold War, the Pentagon has a genuinely new strategy: Focus on our rivals — Russia and, in particular, China — and maintain a competitiv...
By Robert O. Work & Elbridge Colby
CommentaryWhy China Is Brutally Suppressing Muslims
The repression of the Turkic Uighur Muslim community in western China—including the reported internment of up to a million people in secret camps—is a key part of Beijing’s ne...
By Robert D. Kaplan
CommentaryWhat's in a name? Korean 'peace' and breaking the deadlock
Everyone wants peace on the Korean Peninsula. But what does “peace” mean and how is it achieved? This is where it gets tricky and political, dividing the hawks and the doves. ...
By Duyeon Kim
PodcastLoren DeJonge Schulman on Drones
Defense One Radio talks about drones, the national security bureaucracy, and the American way of war (1:49) with Loren DeJonge Schulman of the Center for a New American Securi...
By Loren DeJonge Schulman
CommentaryU.S. troops in Syria prep in response to Russian aggression
CNAS Middle East Security Program Director Ilan Goldenberg speaks to CBS on the delicate situation in Syria, where US troops are prepared to counter aggressive moves by Russia...
By Ilan Goldenberg
VideoNorth Korea invites President Trump to second summit
President Donald Trump has received a request from Kim Jong Un for a follow-up to their historic June summit. CNAS Senior Adjunct Fellow Duyeon Kim speaks with Fox News about ...
By Duyeon Kim
VideoKayla M. Williams at America's Warrior Partnership Panel
CNAS's Military, Veterans, and Society Program Director Kayla M. Williams spoke recently on a distinguished panel on the experience of women veterans reintegrating into civili...
By Kayla M. Williams
CommentaryA Million Mistakes a Second
Militaries around the globe are racing to build ever more autonomous drones, missiles, and cyberweapons. Greater autonomy allows for faster reactions on the battlefield, an ad...
By Paul Scharre
Congressional TestimonyCNAS Comms Master Calendar
The CNAS Communication Team Master Calendar provides a snapshot of scheduled CNAS events, releases, and activities the team is leading and coordinating. Click below to view th...