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PodcastWhat It's Like on the Inside: Camille Grand on Working at NATO HQ
Camille Grand, Assistant Secretary General for Defence Investment at NATO, offers an inside-the-building update from NATO HQ. Things are busy in Brussels, and Camille offers h...
By Jim Townsend & Rachel Rizzo
CommentaryThe Legal Steps and Policy Challenges of Reimposing Sanctions on Iran
Under the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act (INARA), a 2015 statute designed to give Congress oversight over the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear agreement w...
By Peter Harrell & Elizabeth Rosenberg
Sixteen years after 9/11, are we any better at fighting terrorism?
In the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks — 16 years ago on Monday — President George W. Bush declared a war on terrorism that he pledged would not end until every terrorist group o...
By Stephen Tankel
North Korea’s Nuclear Threat Requires Diplomatic Talks
This is a hard essay to write. It is admittedly an awkward attempt to distill a lesson from a tragedy in order to apply it to a far larger problem facing our nation. In the na...
By Jerry Hendrix
When Is It Time to End Sanctions Programs?
At the end of August, U.S. officials imposed new sanctions on Venezuela following the government’s crackdown on both the opposition and the country’s democratic institutions. ...
By Edoardo Saravalle
China Is Using America’s Own Plan to Dominate the Future of Artificial Intelligence
In late 2016, the Obama administration published three reports that shared an extraordinary conclusion: advances in machine learning, a technology that allows systems to learn...
By Gregory C. Allen & Elsa B. Kania
PodcastWomen in National Security: Christine Wormuth
Christine Wormuth, director of the Center for Resilience at the Atlantic Council, shares her thoughts on the importance of diversity in the national security community and sel...
By Christine Wormuth & Julianne Smith
PodcastWomen in National Security: Michèle Flournoy
CNAS Co-Founder and CEO Michèle Flournoy discusses working in a male-dominated environment and shares advice for overcoming obstacles and making career decisions. Hosted by Ra...
By Michèle Flournoy & Rachel Rizzo
Decoupling is back in Asia: A 1960s playbook won't solve these problems
It has been quite a summer in Pyongyang. Between July 4th, when it tested its first ICBM, and Labor Day weekend, when it detonated its sixth nuclear bomb — possibly a thermonu...
By Dr. Mira Rapp-Hooper
CommentaryThe Next Steps in North Korea Policy Should Be Implementation of New Sanctions Authorities
In the last month tensions over North Korea’s destabilizing nuclear threat have reached a fever pitch, with fresh missile launches from the peninsula, a new nuclear test, and ...
By Future of U.S. Sanctions Task Force
Over-aggressive sanctions in Venezuela would backfire on the United States
Frustrated by a deteriorating situation in Venezuela, the Trump administration has widenedits sanctions program on the Maduro government, sending a strong signal to the regime...
By Neil Bhatiya
PodcastAmbassador Mark Brzezinski Discusses his Father's Legacy
Mark Brzezinski, managing director at Makena Capital Management and former U.S. Ambassador to Sweden, sits down with Julie and Jim to discuss the legacy of his father, Dr.&nbs...
By Julianne Smith & Jim Townsend
Putin and Musk are right: Whoever masters AI will run the world
Last Friday, a million Russian schoolchildren watched a televised address from Russian President Vladimir Putin. "Artificial intelligence is the future, not only of Russia, bu...
By Gregory C. Allen
Managing the North Korea crisis
By Michèle Flournoy
Macron: Still the Answer for France?
From the west side of the Atlantic, France may appear to be experiencing a time of political calm. While President Donald Trump feeds news outlets a constant stream of staffin...
By Jessica Kolbe
Course Correction: The Navy Needs to Invest in People, Not Just Platforms
On a moonlit early morning with calm seas on June 17, the U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald was conducting routine operations within sight of land, near Japan’...
By CDR Daniel G. Straub, USN & Dr. Patrick M. Cronin
Trump is at war with his own generals
During his campaign for the White House, Donald Trump took the highly-unusual step of blasting America’s top generals, arguing in one debate that they’d been “reduced to rubbl...
By Phillip Carter
Getting to Ground Truth on the Elevation of U.S. Cyber Command
One of my biggest frustrations during my time in the Office of the Secretary of Defense’s cyber policy office was the way elevating U.S. Cyber Command became overhyped. Cyber ...
By Dr. Michael Sulmeyer
Iran May Have a Lot of Friends in a Future Sanctions Fight With the United States
Read the full article in World Politics Review....
By Neil Bhatiya
Don’t Call Them ‘Obama Holdovers.’ Call Them Patriots.
The "alt-right" Twitter personality Mike Cernovich is at it again, with fresh accusations against the “Obama holdovers” who are supposedly undermining the Trump administration...
By Ilan Goldenberg