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CNAS 4h
According to and , "Confidence in the security, resilience, and robustness of 5G networks is paramount." Read more from their new CNAS report:
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CNAS 6h
"For too long, America’s approach to technology policy has been fractious and reactive." - writes in :
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CNAS 7h
"Brinkmanship is for rogues," writes in a new CNAS report. "The National Security Council should enforce a risk aversion bias in U.S. decisionmaking about Northeast Asia." Read more:
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War on the Rocks 11h
The first in a series on Sino-Russian defense cooperation, organized by .
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CNAS 9h
According to , "We can’t think about competition unless we’re able to sustain our democratic institutions and the continuity of our economy." Read more from her full conversation with in :
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CNAS 10h
In a new report, experts , , and outline a phased approach for engaging Iran in 2021 that takes into account both regional and nuclear issues. Explore their recommendations:
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CNAS 11h
According to , President Trump's "use of national security laws to impose tariffs and sanctions sets a precedent for a future Democratic president to address climate change even if Congress fails to act." Read more in :
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CNAS 12h
"The question is not why to take action on Xinjiang, but how." - writes in the . Read more:
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CNAS 12h
"Mounting cooperation between Russia and China will be a key determinant of America’s strategic landscape for the foreseeable future." - , , and Dan McCormick write in . Read more:
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CNAS 13h
The United States and its allies, Anthony Vinci writes in , "need a means of taking collective action when Beijing attempts to use economic power as a tool of political coercion." Read more:
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CNAS 14h
"Today’s complex security environment demands a much more pervasive, continuous, and collegial practice of oversight than has previously been the case." - and write in a new report:
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CNAS 14h
"When it comes to measuring the effect of foreign interference in our democracy," warns, "we don’t know what we don’t know." Read more from her new CNAS report:
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CNAS 15h
"The Defense Department knows AI is essential for future competitiveness," and argue, "but to make widespread adoption of it a reality, first DoD needs to address the institutional impediments that obstruct its path." More:
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CNAS 16h
"The most successful multilateral institutions have turned out to be those that are composed of like-minded countries and that focus (at least initially) on urgent and tangible projects." - and write in :
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CNAS 16h
"Chinese startups continue to find success abroad," and write in , because "developing countries have emerged as destinations of choice for Chinese entrepreneurs looking to take their craft abroad." More:
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CNAS Aug 7
"Greater transparency is needed going forward, for the 2020 election and beyond." - argues in a new CNAS report about transparency expectations surrounding foreign threats to the election. More:
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Rachel Rizzo Aug 7
"Today is a pivotal moment-- It is a time to inject new life and new voices into the US-European partnership." My new piece (in English!) for the .
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CNAS Aug 7
"We can’t think about competition unless we’re able to sustain our democratic institutions and the continuity of our economy." - tells . Read more from :
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CNAS Aug 7
"The United States can help to forge a new, more secure 5G future," and write in a new report, "by embracing and promoting a shift to telecommunications infrastructure based on open interfaces." More:
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CNAS Aug 7
"On matters of peace and war," and observe in a new report, "virtually no one seems satisfied with Congress." Explore their findings:
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