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PodcastWomen in National Security: Laura Rosenberger
Laura Rosenburger, former foreign policy advisor for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential Campaign, discusses the misconceptions women have about working in national security....
By Laura Rosenberger
PodcastWomen in National Security: Emma Ashford
Emma Ashford, a Cato Institute research fellow with expertise in international security and the politics of energy, shares her experiences working as a woman in national secur...
By Emma Ashford
PodcastWomen in National Security: Mara Karlin
Mara Karlin, a nonresident senior fellow in the Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence in the Foreign Policy program at Brookings, discusses the roadblocks that kee...
By Mara Karlin & Loren DeJonge Schulman
PodcastEric Fanning and Susanna V. Blume talk NDAA, DoD Budget
Eric Fanning, former Secretary of the Army, and CNAS fellow Susanna Blume talk about the NDAA, DoD budget, and acquisition reform....
By Eric Fanning & Susanna V. Blume
PodcastWomen in National Security: Alina Polyakova
Alina Polyakova, the David Rubenstein Fellow for foreign policy at the Brookings Institution, discusses the options available to women who want to work in national security....
PodcastChristian Hänel talks the importance of diversity in transatlantic relations
Christian Hänel, of the Robert Bosch Foundation, chats with CNAS expert Julie Smith about why he was “positively surprised” by his first visit to Pittsburgh—as part of t...
By Julianne Smith & Christian Hänel
PodcastStephen Hawking, Artificial Intelligence, and the UN Summit
This week, countries discuss lethal autonomous weapons at the United Nations, while Stephen Hawking warns of the dangers of artificial intelligence. Paul Scharre, Director of ...
By Paul Scharre & Neal Urwitz
PodcastWomen in National Security: Julie Smith, Loren DeJonge Schulman & Kate Kidder
CNAS experts Kate Kidder, Julie Smith, and Loren DeJonge Schulman discuss why they launched the women in national security project, what they've learned, and their personal st...
By Julianne Smith, Loren DeJonge Schulman & Katherine Kidder
PodcastAndy Dlinn talks transatlantic relations, meaning behind "America first"
Andy Dlinn, President of the PA Republican Leadership Council and member of the National Council of the John Birch Society, sits down with CNAS expert Julie Smith to disc...
By Julianne Smith & Andy Dlinn
PodcastWomen in National Security: Alice Hunt Friend
CNAS Adjunct Senior Fellow Alice Friend Hunt speaks on the importance of self-confidence and the ways in which men can help women succeed in national security....
By Loren DeJonge Schulman & Alice Hunt Friend
PodcastPreview: President Trump's trip to Asia, China's 19th Party Congress
CNAS experts Patrick Cronin and Harry Krejsa discuss the major recent and upcoming events in the Asia-Pacific. With the Chinese Communist Party concluding its 19th Party Congr...
By Harry Krejsa & Patrick Cronin
PodcastAn Integrated U.S. Strategy to Address Iran’s Nuclear and Regional Challenges
CNAS expert Ilan Goldenberg and Karim Sadjadpour, senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, discuss a joint report outlining a comprehensive way forward...
By Ilan Goldenberg
PodcastWomen in National Security: Kate Bateman
Kate Bateman is a Visiting Fellow at the Center for a New American Security, and a Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellow. Bateman was the lead author...
By Kate Bateman & Rachel Rizzo
Podcast"Brussels Sprouts" podcast: Insights from Pittsburgh, Mark Houser on Why Macron Will Forever Remember His Visit There
CNAS' new program “Across the Pond, In the Field” is taking foreign policy discussions on a national road trip—visiting 12 cities over a span of three years. During our ...
By Julianne Smith
PodcastWomen in National Security: Yasmin Faruki
Former CNAS Executive Intern Yasmin Faruki shares her thoughts on beginning a career in national security as a woman of color and the importance of seeking out challenges....
By Loren DeJonge Schulman & Yasmin Faruki
PodcastPODCAST: Trump decertifies Iran nuclear deal: What happens now?
CNAS experts Julie Smith, Ilan Goldenberg and Elizabeth Rosenberg discuss President Trump’s decision to decertify the Iran nuclear deal. The discussion breaks down what the mo...
By Ilan Goldenberg, Elizabeth Rosenberg & Julianne Smith
PodcastWomen in National Security: Dr. Nora Bensahel
Dr. Nora Bensahel is a distinguished scholar in residence at the School of International Service at American University. She was most recently a senior fellow and codirector o...
By Julianne Smith
PodcastCNAS Event: A Conversation with Sir Adrian Fulford, UK Investigatory Powers Commissioner
Last year, the United Kingdom passed the Investigatory Powers Bill, which codifies the British government's domestic surveillance authorities. The bill req...
PodcastWomen in National Security: Kimberly Jackson
Kimberly Jackson, a senior policy analyst at the RAND Corporation, shares her advice on seizing opportunities and the importance of self-advocating in military environments. H...
By Kimberly Jackson
PodcastAutonomous Weapons and the Future of War
The weapons of war and terrorism are on the cusp of a revolution that will change the battlefield and the world in ways that we're just coming to understand. That future is ju...
By Paul Scharre