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Stop Holding Recruits to One-Size-Fits-All Standards
Whether they are in uniform or not, if the military doesn’t attract these data scientists, engineers, and coders, it will continue to fall short of its recruiting goals, and m...
By LCDR Stewart Latwin & Lt Col Ernest "Nest” Cage
Sharper: Critical Technology
Critical technologies promise to upend traditional understandings of national security, economic prosperity, and everyday life. Artificial intelligence, semiconductors, quantu...
By Anna Pederson & Sam Howell
China’s Balloon Could Be America’s Awakening
Beijing’s blunder may well represent—forgive the expression—a great-power trial balloon. And it may even spur a broad American awakening....
By Richard Fontaine
Personalist Strongmen: Challenges and Trends
Personalist authoritarianism is harmful to global democracy, as these regimes are the least likely form of dictatorship to democratize upon their collapse....
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor & Erica Frantz
Alone and Unafraid: How to Prepare to Fight and Win the Next War
The Department of Defense and Congress must push the envelope harder to reduce the time it takes to field and acquire new systems—technology at the speed of relevance....
By Lt Col Ernest "Nest” Cage
European Strategic Autonomy: Views from Paris, Berlin, and Warsaw
Over the past year, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has spurred Europe to devote greater attention to its defense capabilities. Yet rather than providing momentum to Europe’s sta...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend, Liana Fix, Justyna Gotkowska & Tara Varma
Secretary Blinken Postpones Beijing Trip as Pentagon Tracks Chinese Balloon
CBS News correspondent Christina Ruffini and Jacob Stokes, senior fellow of the Indo-Pacific Security Program at the Center for a New American Security, discuss the impact of ...
By Jacob Stokes
What Impact Will ChatGPT Have?
OpenAI's ChatGPT chatbot, a new artificial intelligence language model opens the door to new opportunities concerning technology purposes, national security, and academics. Ho...
By Alexandra Seymour
Peshawar Suicide Blast: What It Means for Pakistan and Its Already-Troubled Economy
Lisa Curtis, CNAS Senior Fellow and Director of the Indo-Pacific Security program, joined This World to discuss the recent terrorist attack in Pakistan. Watch the full interv...
By Lisa Curtis
Why the Cloud Will Be Critical to U.S. Competitiveness in World Finance
The Russo-Ukrainian war has bred an opportunity for stablecoins to be used as a store of illicit value as well as a store of legitimate value for people interested in maintain...
By Michael Greenwald
To Help Afghanistan, Engage Its Political Opposition
The effort to help Afghans shape a better alternative should begin now....
By Richard Fontaine & Lisa Curtis
European Integration’s New Geopolitical Momentum
Offering more tangible benefits of accession prior to full membership will both keep candidate countries motivated to continue reforms and allow for a more gradual adjustment ...
By Nicholas Lokker
US-Israel Joint Military Exercises
Jonathan Lord, director of the Middle East Security Program at CNAS, discusses the joint military exercises between the US and Israel, recent Israeli drone strikes, and more o...
By Jonathan Lord
China Has a Long Way to Go before It Indigenizes Semiconductor Production Capacity, Analyst Says
Paul Scharre of the Center for a New American Security joins CNBC to discuss semiconductors, artificial intelligence, and more. Watch the full interview from CNBC....
By Paul Scharre
The Outlook for Ukraine in 2023
In the latest installment of our “New Year” series, we take stock of where things stand in Ukraine as we head into 2023. Over the past couple of months, the lines of territori...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend, Michael Kofman & Lawrence D. Freedman
The Chatter Podcast: Financial Intelligence, Fact and Fiction with Yaya Fanusie
David Priess spoke with Yaya Fanusie, CNAS Adjunct Senior Fellow, about his path to the CIA and NCTC, what analytic work on international economics and financial intelligence ...
By Yaya J. Fanusie
Will international support for Ukraine last?
Carisa Nietsche discuss the importance of military aid and fund concerning the Ukraine-Russia conflict. Listen to the full interview from BBC....
By Carisa Nietsche
Constructing a New Middle East: In Pursuit of an American-Led Regional Security Architecture
Washington has a rare moment where policy and politics could align to build and ultimately achieve something of lasting strategic value that delivers better and more sustainab...
By Jonathan Lord
The Significance of Juniper Oak
On Monday, the United States and Israel launched Juniper Oak 23, a multi-day series of bilateral military exercises. US-Israel military exercises aren’t unusual in the region,...
By Jonathan Lord
Germany Agrees to Send Leopard Tanks to Ukraine
Adjunct Senior Fellow Jeffrey Edmonds joins Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd to discuss Germany's decision to send Leopard tanks to Ukraine. Listen to the full interview from WBUR....
By Jeffrey Edmonds