CommentaryBolstering Congressional Support for NATO
In January, The New York Times reported that President Trump suggested to senior advisors several times over the course of the previous year that he might withdraw the United ...
By Rachel Rizzo & Carrie Cordero
VideoRenewing the National Security Consensus in Congress
Loren DeJonge Schulman discusses bipartisan solutions to complex foreign policy challenges with Senators Josh Hawley (R-MO) and Chris Murphy (D-CT)....
By Loren DeJonge Schulman, Senator Josh Hawley & Senator Chris Murphy
CommentaryProliferation Finance: Critical Issues and Priorities for Congress
The lack of effective and universal financial controls to prevent weapons of mass destruction (WMD) proliferation is a gaping security vulnerability for the international comm...
By Elizabeth Rosenberg, Neil Bhatiya, Claire Groden & Ashley Feng
The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) recently launched a major new initiative, Renewing the National Security Consensus in Congress. The project will promote bipartisan cooperation on Capitol Hill by offering a series of practical policy proposals for lawmakers and staff, creating fora for productive engagement on complex foreign policy challenges, and focusing dialogue on Congress’s role in national security.
CNAS is inaugurating a new Key National Security Issues for Congress policy brief series as a key element of this initiative. In addition to its policy brief series and events for and with congressional staff and Members, CNAS will dedicate a session at its annual conference on Congress’s role in national security.
Explore the CNAS Key National Security Issues for Congress policy brief series.