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In The NewsYouTube profits from videos promoting unproven Covid-19 treatments
YouTube is profiting from videos promoting unproven coronavirus treatments, a new report has found, as the company struggles to crack down on misinformation. The Google-owned ...
By Megan Lamberth
In The NewsIran, Venezuela and other U.S. foes fight coronavirus amid American sanctions
Hezbollah, the Iran-backed Islamic faction in Lebanon deemed a terrorist group by the U.S., has decades of experience fighting wars. But not the kind it launched this week. Ar...
By Peter Harrell
In The NewsRussia Scores Pandemic Propaganda Triumph With Medical Delivery to U.S.
As top American officials bash the Russian government for spreading disinformation on the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. President Donald Trump is accepting a supply of medical eq...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor
In The NewsOne controversial aspect of Trump's response to COVID-19 is right
President Trump's response to COVID-19 has been rambling, chaotic, and petty. Lagging rather than leading international efforts to fight the virus, the US is grappling with cr...
By Richard Fontaine
In The NewsThe Newest US Sanctions on China's Huawei Could Backfire
Worsening relations between Washington and Beijing could trigger punishing new US restrictions on Huawei’s supply of cutting-edge microchips. But some experts believe this wou...
By Elsa B. Kania
In The NewsU.S. ignores calls to suspend Venezuela and Iran sanctions amid coronavirus pandemic
At a time when all of humanity is facing a common, invisible, enemy, world leaders have called for a suspension of economic sanctions that have increasingly become the pursuit...
By Peter Harrell
In The NewsNavy Docks Carrier, Marines Weigh Buzz Cuts as Virus Spreads
The Pentagon is struggling to stay ahead of the expanding coronavirus pandemic as early missteps start piling up, a scattershot response sows confusion and the Navy is forced ...
By Emma Moore
In The NewsThe Problem With China’s Victory Lap
On January 24, a few days after the United States confirmed its first coronavirus case, President Donald Trump expressed his gratitude for China’s “efforts and transparency” i...
By Rush Doshi
In The NewsCoronavirus rattles America's national security priesthood
If the U.S. foreign policy establishment were a high school cafeteria, the popular kids would be the terrorism and nuclear weapons analysts. And the global health specialists ...
By Richard Fontaine
In The NewsGulf Sovereign Funds Seen Shedding $300 Billion in Market Mayhem
The Gulf region’s rainy day funds are bracing for the deluge. On top of the collapse of oil prices and meltdown in global markets, Gulf sovereign wealth funds are channeling s...
By Rachel Ziemba
Dr. Jeannette Gaudry Haynie and Dr. Kyleanne Hunter Join CNAS as Adjunct Senior Fellows
Washington, March 26, 2020—The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) is pleased to announce that Dr. Jeannette Gaudry Haynie and Dr. Kyleanne Hunter have joined CNAS as Ad...
In The NewsTrump’s ‘Disaster Diplomacy’ Has So Far Had Few Results
As the coronavirus raced across the globe earlier this year, the Trump administration offered assistance to a pair of longtime American enemies, Iran and North Korea. The resp...
By Richard Fontaine
In The NewsAs U.S. struggles to stem coronavirus, China asserts itself as global leader
With Italy in dire need of medical equipment, an economic superpower stepped in to help. No, not the United States. It was China. Beijing last week promised Rome a thousand ...
By Ely Ratner
In The NewsU.S. Officials Push for Expelling Suspected Chinese Spies at Media Outlets
As China moves forward with expelling almost all American journalists from three major American newspapers, Trump administration officials have intensified discussions over wh...
By Daniel Kliman
In The NewsImmigrant doctors want to help the Army fight the coronavirus. The Pentagon won’t let them.
Dozens of immigrant physicians who enlisted through a Pentagon program meant to harness their medical skills are stuck taking out trash and filing paperwork, an immigration at...
By Paul Scharre
In The NewsHow the Pandemic Will End
Three months ago, no one knew that SARS-CoV-2 existed. Now the virus has spread to almost every country, infecting at least 446,000 people whom we know about, and many more wh...
By Ilan Goldenberg & Richard Danzig
In The NewsOil price crash prompts tougher US sanctions push on Iran, Venezuela flows: analysts
Rather than compelling the Trump administration to relax its oil sanctions regime, the global coronavirus pandemic and oil price crash may be motivating an even more aggressiv...
By Elizabeth Rosenberg
In The NewsIndo-Pacom Presses All Domain Ops; Sends Plan To Hill Soon
At a time where the Navy has been pretty quiet about All-Domain Operations — an emerging war fighting concept being pushed by the Pentagon’s top leaders — the head of Indo-Pac...
By Eric Sayers & Daniel Kliman
In The NewsWith Iran tensions high, a US military command pushes a dubious carrier strategy
Amid heightened tension with Iran, the U.S. Navy is operating two carriers in the Middle East, and all signs point to increasing pressure from U.S. Central Command to maintain...
By Kaleigh Thomas
In The NewsNorth Macedonia to officially join NATO on Friday
North Macedonia is expected to deliver paperwork to the U.S. State Department on Friday that will officially make it the 30th member of the NATO alliance. The move — decades ...
By Jim Townsend