CSPS Fellow Angela Gill discusses how American statebuilding in Iraq and Afghanistan has failed to prevent corruption.
CSPS Fellow Caroline Wesson discusses the increasingly competitive market competition in technology innovation, and how this competition necessitates national-level innovation systems.
CSPS Fellow Joe Petrucelli discusses the new Future Naval Force Study and the questions that remain about the changes it proposes to the Navy
CSPS Fellow Connor Monie analyzes how John Ratcliffe’s targeted declassifications are dangerous.
CSPS Fellow Tim Bynion discusses the Biden’s policy approach to China and how Biden’s position differs from that of Trump.
Kevin McKenna reviews and analyzes the joint CSPS and Hayden Center event, A Conversation with Andrew McCabe, the former Deputy Director of the FBI and current Distinguished Visiting Professor at Schar.
CSPS Fellow Rebecca Cooper writes about maintaining and expanding American economic and military alliances to counter the rising Chinese influence.
CSPS Fellows Jordan Cohen and Connor Monie discuss the viability of formal alliances, and why visions of their demise are overblown.
CSPS Fellow Jim Cahill discusses the strategic logic behind alliances and the danger of reducing alliances to a partisan fight in an election year.
CSPS Fellow Courtney Kayser discusses how we should be hesitant to laud authoritarian regimes as better than democracies when handling COVID-19. Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan show that there have been a variety of authoritarian responses, not all of which have been successful.