The first year of President Joe Biden’s administration witnessed major developments in U.S. sanctions strategy, including a general review of all sanctions programs under the auspices of the U.S.
Jettisoning Washington’s previous strategy of cooperation and integration, premised as it was on the eventual transformation ...
It’s been a full year since the Capitol attack, but the national security implications endure. America’s standing in the ...
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The United States and Russia locked horns over Ukraine and other security issues Monday with no sign of progress from either side at highly anticipated strategic talks. Andrea Kendall-Taylor joins ...
Becca Wasser discusses how U.S. military strategy has been linked to outdated priorities and should better reflect the ...
The Defense Department should ensure that American forces in the Indo-Pacific can survive this blow and generate combat power ...
Once governments accept the limits of political cyber norms, they can then adapt to the messier reality of cyberspace today.
North Korea fired another missile on Tuesday in less than a week, and it claims the latest launch was also a hypersonic missile and it was a success. Its leader, Kim Jong-un, attended to watch the ...
China is the first major economy to develop and implement a central bank digital currency (CBDC). Its CBDC has many names:/Electronic Payment (DCEP), the digital ...
Economic sanctions alone, no matter how personally painful they may be to Putin and his cronies, will not be enough ...
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The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) seeks to hire a Program Director and Senior Fellow for its Middle East Security program. Ideal candidates will have experience in research and/or policy ...