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Press NoteAmerican Democracy, One Year After January 6
On the one-year anniversary of the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol, Center for New American Security experts reflect on the continuing implications for domestic securit...
By Richard Fontaine, Carrie Cordero & Katherine L. Kuzminski
Press NoteThe Summit for Democracy (Virtually) Takes Washington
Tomorrow, the White House convenes over 100 governments for its long-promised Summit for Democracy—an event that has already elicited much discussion from supporters and criti...
By Richard Fontaine, Carrie Cordero, Lisa Curtis, Martijn Rasser, Laura G. Brent, Carisa Nietsche & Nicholas Lokker
Press NoteCNAS Responds: American Security, Two Decades After 9/11
The exit from Afghanistan bookends two decades in which American security and foreign policy transformed both domestically and abroad. On the 20th anniversary of the September...
By Richard Fontaine, Carrie Cordero, Lisa Curtis, Paul Scharre, Katherine L. Kuzminski, Nathalie Grogan, Alex Zerden, Jim Townsend, Ilan Goldenberg, Jacob Stokes, Jason Bartlett, Col James Frey, Christian Beckner, Josh Campbell & Christopher D. Kolenda
Press NoteCNAS Responds: Week One of the Biden Presidency
A week in, the Biden administration has made a series of moves across national security policy. In the advisory below, CNAS experts unpack key developments and possible outcom...
By Richard Fontaine, Carrie Cordero, Chris Dougherty, Jason Bartlett, Nathalie Grogan, Megan Lamberth, Emma Moore, Carisa Nietsche, Ainikki Riikonen & Rachel Ziemba
Press NoteCNAS Responds: John Bolton Departs as National Security Advisor
CNAS experts examine the impact of Bolton's departure on key foreign policy issues and U.S. national security at large....
By Carrie Cordero, Loren DeJonge Schulman, Neil Bhatiya & Kristine Lee