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European citizens are voting for their 751 representatives in the European Parliament. The elections will be a test of the European Union's institutional resilience against a growing array of Eurosceptic politicians and political coalitions.
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The Sino-Iranian relationship advances Chinese interests — and particularly when Washington tries to turn the screws on Tehran.
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The intensity of North Korea’s struggle to limit access to foreign news, information, and culture reflects Kim Jong-un’s conviction that foreign media represents a significant challenge to his totalitarian regime.
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A new pair of commentaries analyzes satellite imagery of Iran's Quds Force-linked sites in the Middle East. Imam Ali in Iran: El Boqaa in Lebanon:
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With the U.S.-China trade war continuing for the foreseeable future, experts recaps the winners and losers from the latest trade news cycle.
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Between 2002 and 2019, the United States spent $133 billion on military and civil aid to Afghanistan.
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Russia is politically influencing Montenegro through the exploitation of the Orthodox faith, Pan-Slavic identity, and economics. Read the report:
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Jim Lewis, director of , gave testimony covering the security of 5G telecommunications before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Watch the full testify video:
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"Huawei wants a monopoly, and the Chinese government supports this because it will give them a global signals intelligence network." director Jim Lewis.
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"Civics education is now a national security imperative. Democracy is not inevitable. It requires vigilance in every generation." - 's discussing 2020 election security in .
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The U.S. military spends more than $8 billion a year on vertical lift aircrafts. The Army’s helicopter fleet alone would still give the U.S. the world’s largest air force, ahead of Russia. Read the DIIG team report:
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In 2018, Arctic sea ice extent reached its maximum at 5.59 million square miles, the second lowest ever recorded. Read the new interactive report on charting the future of Arctic:
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Russia's Internet Research Agency spread disinformation in dozens of languages to weaken institutions around the world. Read the report:
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On a new podcast, Dame Barbara Woodward, the U.K’s Ambassador to China, discusses the U.S.-China trade war and its implications for her country and the world. Apple: SoundCloud: Spotify:
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The "Space Threat Assessment 2019" details the counterspace capabilities of China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, and other countries that can threaten U.S. space systems. 🛰️ Read the interactive report:
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The Green New Deal is a 10-year mobilization effort to fight climate change and promote economic growth. Can this bold proposal be made into a reality? expert Sarah Ladislaw explains what's happening with the Green New Deal:
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European citizens are voting for their 751 representatives in the European Parliament. The elections will be a test of the European Union's institutional resilience against a growing array of Eurosceptic politicians and political coalitions.
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Countries around the world are beginning to feel the disruptive phenomenon known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). Read the report:
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Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps is training members of its elite Quds Force at the training facilities throughout the Middle East. Watch the High Resolution mini documentary:
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Chinese telecom giant Huawei is building much of the world's infrastructure for the next generation of mobile internet. director Jim Lewis explains What's Happening with Huawei:
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