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ReportsSmall Satellites in the Emerging Space Environment
Steven Kosiak assesses the advantages and risks of widespread networks of smaller satellites versus consolidated networks of larger satellites....
By Steven Kosiak
ReportsA More Focused and Resilient U.S.-India Strategic Partnership
Introduction The United States has made a “strategic bet” on India. This bet—“that India’s greater role on the world stage will enhance peace and security"1—was a central pill...
By Arzan Tarapore
ReportsStrengthening Delhi’s Strategic Partnerships in the Indian Ocean
Introduction The Indian Ocean region (IOR) is a critical juncture of the wider Indo-Pacific. It is one of the most crucial trade corridors that links the Middle East, Europe, ...
By Darshana M. Baruah
ReportsForce Development Options for India by 2030
Introduction Strategists and military force planners in India and the United States are grappling with a similar set of challenges posed by China’s military modernization and ...
By Chris Dougherty
ReportsImbalance of Power
In a new report, experts Daniel Kliman, Iskander Rehman, Kristine Lee, and Joshua Fitt evaluate trend lines in the India-China military equation and assess Delhi’s current mil...
By Daniel Kliman, Iskander Rehman, Kristine Lee & Joshua Fitt
In a new report, Dr. Van Jackson argues that while pursuing North Korean denuclearization is ideal for U.S. national interests, it is no longer realistic for the near-term fut...
By Van Jackson
ReportsVeteran Tech Entrepreneurial Ecosystems
In a new report, Jason Dempsey, Emma Moore, and Damon Phillips examine the characteristics of successful entrepreneurship for veteran founders in the technology sector....
By Dr. Jason Dempsey, Emma Moore & Damon J. Phillips
ReportsSurvey of Municipal Veteran Services
Executive Summary In partnership with Comcast NBCUniversal and the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM) surveyed its member...
By Emma Moore, Jared Stefani & Kayla M. Williams
ReportsEnhancing Congressional Intelligence Committee Effectiveness
In a new working paper, Carrie Cordero provides a fresh assessment regarding whether the intelligence committees in Congress need significant structural reforms, assesses whic...
By Carrie Cordero
ReportsNegotiating Toward a Denuclearization-Peace Roadmap on the Korean Peninsula
In a June 2019 report, Duyeon Kim writes that “the road ahead remains as uncertain as ever” for negotiators from the United States and North Korea....
By Duyeon Kim
ReportsEscalation or Negotiation?
In May 2019, the Center hosted an all-day tabletop exercise to game out three scenarios related to the crisis surrounding U.S.-Iran tensions over Iran’s nuclear enrichment pro...
By Elisa Catalano Ewers, Ilan Goldenberg, Nicholas Heras & Kaleigh Thomas
ReportsFunding Flows in the Sea of Goodwill
Introduction Analyzing the largest organizations in the veteran philanthropy space through publicly available tax filings and annual reports, this paper identifies: (1) the do...
By Emma Moore, Margaret Seymour, Jared Stefani, Kelly Kennedy & Kayla M. Williams
ReportsWhy America Needs a New Way of War
For the first time in decades, it is possible to imagine the United States fighting—and possibly losing—a large-scale war with a great power....
By Chris Dougherty
ReportsBeating the Americans at Their Own Game
China is keenly focused on blunting the U.S. military’s technological superiority, even as it strives to achieve technological parity, and eventually technological dominance....
By Robert O. Work & Greg Grant
ReportsThe New War of Ideas
A new battlespace emerged in the post-9/11 counterterrorism era, encompassing the halls of U.S. technology companies and the alleys of Raqqa alike....
By Kara Frederick
ReportsFinancial Technology and National Security
The fast-growing financial technology industry is claiming an increasingly important role in the broader financial services domain, from payments to lending, clearing and sett...
By Elizabeth Rosenberg, Peter Harrell, Dr. Gary M. Shiffman & Sam Dorshimer
ReportsStrategy to Ask
Deputy Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan promised a “masterpiece” for 2020. The critical question this report asks is: Has he made good on that promise?...
By Susanna V. Blume
ReportsPeople’s Republic of the United Nations
China is increasingly using its economic, political, and institutional power to change the global governance system from within....
By Kristine Lee & Alexander Sullivan
ReportsSolving the Syrian Rubik’s Cube
Executive Summary Eight years since the start of the Syrian crisis, the conflict in that country has transitioned from a war between the government of President Bashar al-A...
By Nicholas Heras & Kaleigh Thomas
ReportsEconomic Dominance, Financial Technology, and the Future of U.S. Economic Coercion
Coercive economic measures have been a longstanding tool of American foreign policy, dating back to the early 19th century. But since the end of the Cold War, coercive economi...
By Peter Harrell & Elizabeth Rosenberg