CNAS held an event featuring remarks on energy and national security byformer National Security Advisor Thomas E. Donilon and the rollout of a major new report of the CNAS Unconventional Energy and U.S. National Security Task Force, Energy Rush: Shale Production and U.S. National Security.
More from CNAS
As the United States and China seek to manage an increasingly tense relationship, both sides have turned to coercive economic statecraft as a core part of their broader foreig...
By Emily Kilcrease, Emily Jin & Rachel Ziemba
ReportsSanctions by the Numbers: Transnational Crime and Drug Trafficking
Transnational organized crime poses a significant and growing threat to national security, with direct impacts on public safety and health, democratic institutions, and econom...
By Jason Bartlett & Megan Ophel
PodcastHunger Crisis in Afghanistan
Is it time to stop the freeze of the country's financial assets and donor aid or will that just legitimise the Taliban? Ed Butler speaks to John Sifton, the Asia advocacy dire...
By Alex Zerden
VideoS. Korea, U.S. to Maintain Close Coordination on N. Korea: Analysis
Dr. Go Myong-hyun, an Adjunct Senior Fellow for the Energy, Economics and Security Program at the Center for a New American Security and a Senior Research Fellow at The Asan I...
By Dr. Go Myong-Hyun