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CommentarySharper: The China Challenge
The United States and China are competing across economic, diplomatic, military, technological, and ideological spheres....
By Chris Estep, Cole Stevens, Ashley Feng & Joshua Fitt
CommentaryRepublicans Can Learn From Democrats’ Foreign Affairs Committee Contest
Republican legislators in both the House and the Senate have ample time to draw lessons from Engel’s loss and translate them into reform....
By Chris Estep
CommentarySharper: Global Coronavirus Response
Analysis from CNAS experts on the most critical challenges in U.S. foreign policy....
By Chris Estep & Cole Stevens
CommentarySharper: The 5G Future
5th Generation (5G) telecommunications promises to be a foundational next-generation technology—and vital to enabling the next industrial revolution. The stakes in 5G are high...
By Megan Lamberth, Chris Estep & Cole Stevens
CommentarySharper: America's National Security Workforce
The greatest source of strength in American national security is the people who lead and serve within its institutions. The ongoing U.S. response to the global coronavirus out...
By Emma Moore, Chris Estep & Cole Stevens
CommentaryAs the coronavirus spreads, Americans have to flatten the misinformation curve too
Overnight, Americans have become all too familiar with the call to "flatten the curve" by taking precautionary measures to slow the spread of the deadly coronavirus (COVID-19)...
By Megan Lamberth & Chris Estep
CommentaryFor House, Senate National Security Committees, Stopgaps for Term Limits
The primary election season for the next Congress opens officially on March 3, as states from California to Arkansas begin counting votes for candidates vying for seats in the...
By Chris Estep
CommentaryFaux News Articles and Social Media Posts Will Haunt This Election
Last September, an image of a New York Times headline began circulating online, claiming that Abdullah Abdullah, a candidate for the Afghan presidency, had taken millions of d...
By Chris Estep & Megan Lamberth
CommentaryAmerica should challenge China on worldwide social media dominance
After one year during which lawmakers on Capitol Hill, federal regulators, and the Pentagon all intensified their scrutiny of TikTok, the social media platform owned by a Chin...
By Kristine Lee & Chris Estep
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
CommentaryNancy Pelosi and Theresa May are Leading on Borrowed Time
Prime Minister Theresa May and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, two female politicians on either side of the Atlantic, each managed to stave off challenges to their leadersh...
By Livia Godaert & Chris Estep