CSPS Fellow Voké Kalegha writes on Fiona Hill’s testimony to the House Intelligence Committee and the larger implications of the Trump administration’s continuing belief in Russian-propagated conspiracy theories.
CSPS Fellow David Mendes discusses the challenges and opportunities provided by advancements in quantum computing and their impacts on US national security
CSPS Fellow Joe Petrucelli discusses the role of the Reserves in the US military and strategies to resolve the current mismatch between resources and missions for the RC
CSPS Fellow George Hutchinson discusses the developments in US-North Korean negotiations over denuclearization. He argues that the US should not cave to Kim’s ultimatives or provocations.
CSPS Michael Krug writes about the security and health threat posed by pathogens, arguing that the termination of the US government’s PREDICT program indicates that biosurveillance is not receiving the focus it requires.
CSPS Fellow James Vizzard discusses civilian-military relations under the Trump administration and the military’s continuing struggle to maintain its norms of non-partisanship in a partisan era.
CSPS Fellow Kris Garriott discusses the Center’s Fall Simulation mirroring the Six-Party Talks, wherein participants attempted to negotiate an agreement regarding the North Korean nuclear program among other issues.
CSPS Fellow Courtney Kayser discusses Trump’s foreign policy decisions and how these decisions impact great power competition, focusing on how Trump’s policies benefit the Russian Federation.
CSPS Fellow Tyler Stone discusses the Battle off Samar for the 75th anniversary of this battle. He highlights the rapid rise in importance of the aircraft carrier in naval warfare.
CSPS Fellow Tyler Stone discusses a CSPS event on the importance of a continued American presence in Africa.