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CommentaryHelping Special Needs Families and Improving Military Readiness
The Department of Defense (DoD) is moving out on efforts to rebuild the warfighting readiness of the joint force with the objective of reducing the number of nondeployable ser...
By Lt Col Brad Orgeron
CommentaryNATO Needs Solidarity for Its 70th Birthday
NATO marks its 70th anniversary this week—a remarkable milestone for a military alliance made up of 29 (soon to be 30) separate member states. But the big commemoration, sched...
By Julianne Smith
PodcastTrump's Tough Talk On German Defense Spending Is Straining A Decades-Long Friendship
As the North Atlantic Treaty Organization turns 70, Germany's relatively low defense spending is angering President Trump, straining an alliance that goes back decades. Julian...
By Julianne Smith
PodcastSpecial Episode: Dr. Amanda Sloat on Brexit
Dr. Amanda Sloat, Robert Bosch Senior Fellow in the Center on the United States and Europe at the Brookings Institution, joins Dr. Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Rachel Rizzo to di...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Rachel Rizzo & Dr. Amanda Sloat
CommentaryWhy Trump’s sanctions aren’t working
On March 22, President Trump tweeted that he ordered the “withdrawal” of North Korea sanctions. It is still unclear whether he pulled back an upcoming package of North Korea s...
By David Cohen
CommentaryThe Building of Russia's Geopolitical Momentum
Since returning to office in 2012, Russian President Vladimir Putin has pursued a course of action that has enabled him to significantly enhance Russia’s position on the globa...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor
CommentaryThe House Intelligence Committee's Dangerous Descent into Partisan Politics
The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence is imploding. On Thursday, its nine Republican members demanded the resignation of the committee's chairman, Adam Schiff, ...
By Carrie Cordero
PodcastDr. Claudia Major on European and German Defense Policy
Dr. Claudia Major, a Senior Associate in the International Security Division at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, joins Dr. Andrea Kendall-Taylor an...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend & Claudia Major
CommentaryPolybius, Applied History, and Grand Strategy in an Interstitial Age
Sometime around 118 B.C., a boar-hunting octogenarian cantering through southern Greece suddenly fell off his horse. The sprightly retiree — who ended up succumbing to his inj...
By Iskander Rehman
CommentaryVeterans shouldn't have to shoulder VA errors: VA debt collection must be improved
If your monthly income suddenly dropped by $1,500 — or even more — would you be able to weather the sudden change? For how long? For many Americans, a single unexpected financ...
By Kayla M. Williams
CommentaryTwo Ways for the United States to Deepen Diplomatic Engagement with ASEAN
The time has come to demonstrate again that the United States seeks to engage partners in Southeast Asia at the highest levels of government. As the region’s economic and secu...
By Chris Estep
CommentaryTo Remind You of My Love: Reforming the Impulsive Affection of U.S. Efforts to Build Partner Militaries
The movie Downfall, about the final days of Adolf Hitler, contains a scene that has been turned into countless memes with various subtitles. In the original, Hitler learns tha...
By Loren DeJonge Schulman
Commentary‘How Is Yoda?’: An Appreciation Of Andy Marshall
Last year while in Japan for a meeting with senior defense and military leaders, the question most often posed to me was, “How is Yoda?” The questions were in reference to th...
By Dr. Andrew Krepinevich, Jr.
CommentaryFive Years after Crimea, What have We Learned About Sanctioning Russia?
In March 2014, then-President Barack Obama signed the first tranche of executive orders imposing sanctions against the Russian Federation for its illegal invasion and annexati...
By Neil Bhatiya
VideoArtificial Intelligence Colloquium: AI R&D Ethics
The responsible advancement and application of AI is a subject of much debate across research, government, defense, and commercial communities. Issues surrounding trust, priva...
By Richard Danzig, Paul Scharre, Patrick Lin & Heather Roff
PodcastWomen Veteran Authors on their Military Experiences
On Tuesday, March 19, 2019, the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) hosted Anuradha Bhagwati, author of Unbecoming; Kate Germano, author of Fight Like a Girl; Brooke Kin...
By Kayla M. Williams
CommentaryFintech Is Booming, While Posing New National Security Risks for the U.S.
New financial technology—so-called fintech—has rapidly become an important part of the financial industry, from mobile payment systems to cryptocurrencies. But it also represe...
By Sam Dorshimer
VideoWhat Trump's Golan Heights proclamation means for Israel and Mideast peace
President Trump signed a proclamation Monday recognizing Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights. This comes as the AIPAC conference is underway in Washington, D.C. Ilan Go...
By Ilan Goldenberg
PodcastKara Frederick Interviewed on The John Batchelor Show
Kara Frederick joins John Batchelor to discuss many of the issues raised in her recent Wall Street Journal essay with Richard Fontaine: "The Autocrat's New Tool Kit." Listen ...
By Kara Frederick
PodcastJosef Janning on the Future of the Transatlantic Relationship
Josef Janning, Senior Policy Fellow and Head of ECFR Berlin, joins Dr. Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Jim Townsend to discuss the future of the transatlantic relationship, U.S.-Ger...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend & Josef Janning