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Obama leaves complicated legacy in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria
President Obama came into office with a desire to wind down America’s wars overseas. Today the Middle East is a far more volatile place than it was. Chief foreign affairs corr...
By Michele Flournoy
North Korea: ICBM can launch anytime and anywhere
North Korea says it could launch an intercontinental ballistic missile "at any time," even as Pyongyang appeared to offer President-elect Donald Trump an avenue for future tal...
By Patrick Cronin
CNN State of the Union: This Week in Intelligence
A panel including Michèle Flournoy, Mike Rogers, and Rep. Adam Schiff discusses the week's news in intelligence on CNN's State of the Union. Topics include the Fort Laude...
By Michele Flournoy
VideoFuture Foundry: DOD Innovation and the NDAA
By Michele Flournoy, Christian Brose, Raj Shah & Gordon Lubold
Future Foundry: Presentation of a New CNAS Report
By The Honorable William J. Lynn III, The Honorable Sean O'Keefe & Ben FitzGerald
VideoFireside Chat with Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald
As the Obama administration comes to a close, the Department of Veterans Affairs continues to innovate to become more responsive and effective in serving veterans. Investing i...
By Sec. Robert McDonald & Phillip Carter
VideoSurveillance Policy: A Pragmatic Agenda for 2017 and Beyond
On December 12, CNAS will release a comprehensive report on the future of surveillance policy, including 61 recommendations for the next administration and Congress. The...
By Adam Klein
VideoSec. William Perry Honored with the CNAS Distinguished National Security Leadership Award
Dr. William J. Perry has been integral to the founding and continued success of the Center for a New American Security. In his support of CNAS, Dr. Perry has exhibit...
VideoCNAS 10th Anniversary Celebration: A Decade of Impact
The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) celebrated its 10th anniversary at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, D.C. CNAS honored former Secretary of Defense a...
The Battle for Aleppo
By Richard Fontaine
VideoJonathan Mostowski on Modernizing DoD Travel
Defense Digital Service's Jonathan Mostowski is streamlining and modernizing DoD travel and modernizing DTS with programs like Hack the Pentagon....
VideoDr. Cheryl Walton on Improving the Acquisition Process
Dr. Cheryl Walton from the United States Navy discusses ways to speed up the acquisition process and how to make it work better for everyone....
VideoWill The Iran Deal Survive Trump's Presidency?
Pentagon investing billions to develop autonomous weapons
By Paul Scharre
Justice Scalia’s Jurisprudence and National Security
By Adam Klein
VideoThe National Security Transition
On January 20th, 2017, a new President will take the oath of office. It is one of the most quintessentially American moments, the peaceful transition of leadership in the worl...
By Michele Flournoy & Elbridge Colby
VideoTechnology, Innovation, and the Future of Warfare
We are living in the midst of an information revolution with disruptive changes in electronic warfare, cyberspace, automation, and networking. The U.S. military must innovate ...
By Paul Scharre & Jerry Hendrix
VideoStrategic Choices for the Next President
The next U.S. president will inherit a daunting set of national security challenges demanding early and focused attention. From regional tensions in the Middle East and S...
By Richard Fontaine, Shawn Brimley & Julianne Smith
VideoVideo: Air Force Secretary introduces new diversity initiatives
On Government Matters, research fellow Katherine Kidder discusses the impact of new diversity initiatives introduced by Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James....
By Katherine Kidder
VideoOxford University’s Ward on Strategic Importance of Indian Ocean
On Defense & Aerospace Report, Jonathan Ward of Oxford University’s Changing Character of War Programme and visiting fellow at the Center for a New American Security...
By Jonathan Ward