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🌟check out the latest@CNASdcc paper highlighting veterans' perceptions and experiences of transitioning to the technology sector 🇺🇸 written in collaboration wi@VetsInTeche@Jason_K_Dempseys@klkuzminskiski and Cody Kennedy, read it below cnas.org/publications/r…kiG4b
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A takeaway from a recent wargame found the U.S. and Taiwan should deter Chinese aggression against these islands with a “poison frog” approach in which Taiwan, the U.S., and regional allies work to make these islands unpalatable targets for China. cnas.org/publications/r…
Brief thoughts on Russian military activity and deployments. The deployment does constitute a buildup, and not just north, or east of Ukraine. Elements of 41st CAA, 1st GTA, & 58th CAA reinforcing permanently based units of the 20th and 8th CAA & 22nd Army Corps in Crimea. 1/
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NEW: Our first event in the Mission Brief speaker series kicks off on Tuesday, Nov. 16 with Lt. Gen Clint Hinote and @becca_wasser. Register today! cnas.org/events/mission…
"If we want to incorporate common views into both the NATO strategic concept and the EU strategic compass, now is the time to get agreement."–Hans Binnendijk tells @AKendallTaylor and @jteurope on the latest episode of Brussels Sprouts. Listen: cnas.org/publications/p…
“Policymakers and politicians, often backed by a vocal consensus, elevate serious, legitimate threats—communism, terrorism, now China—in a way that crowds out the attention necessary to deal with other priorities and interests,” writes @RHFontaine. More: cnas.org/publications/c…
“Only by balancing the Chinese threat with its interests in other regions and issues can the United States effectively contest Chinese power—and strengthen its own position in the world.” trib.al/bu6ZCNA
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LISTEN: Hans Binnendijk and @ARVershbow join @AKendallTaylor and @jteurope to discuss why the United States should support European strategic autonomy on the latest episode of Brussels Sprouts. cnas.org/publications/p…
“The United States is shifting to an over-the-horizon presence to prevent Afghanistan from once again becoming a terrorist safe haven, but there is a range of options for what that might entail.” Read more by @StaciePettyjohn for @lawfareblog: cnas.org/publications/c…
“Beijing has increased its anti-North Korean refugee policy through enhanced surveillance technology and border patrol,” writes @jasonabartlett, “including law enforcement units tasked to locate, interrogate, and forcibly repatriate refugees.” cnas.org/publications/c…
"Given challenges and strategic interests elsewhere in the world and at home, it is time to consider how the U.S. might approach force posture in the Middle East differently than in the past.” Read more in a new report: cnas.org/publications/r…
“Rather than fixing problems in the supply chain, the proposed legislation is more likely to cause disruption, all while putting the U.S. in the sorry company of Russia and China when it comes to market-distorting trade policy.” More from @EmilyKilcrease1 cnas.org/publications/c…
According to @RHFontaine, “The United States is a global power, not a regional one, and China is hardly the only problem it faces.” Read more from @ForeignAffairs. cnas.org/publications/c…
The Gaming Lab at CNAS wargamed the seizure of Taiwan’s outlying islands by China, which reaffirmed the importance of a multi-lateral deterrent approach to dealing with Chinese aggression. More from @C_M_Dougherty, @JennieMatuschak, & @ripley_h_hunter cnas.org/publications/r…
Did you know you can listen to the latest episode of Brussels Sprouts in Apple Podcasts? Subscribe today and dive into Transatlantic security news with @AKendallTaylor and @jteurope. podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bru…
Ken Wainstein is a very strong (and nonpartisan) pick to take on the major challenges facing @DHSgov I&A, many of which I detailed in my report for @CNASdc, released in May. Hopefully the Senate will act quickly to confirm him. cnas.org/publications/r…
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By examining joint concept development case studies, a new paper from CNAS paper provides lessons for both concept development and the Joint Staff’s effort to build a joint concept development capacity. Read more: cnas.org/publications/r…
“The U.S. must be willing to accept more risk in the Middle East while also prioritizing non-military tools," write authors @ilangoldenberg, @becca_wasser, @elisacatalano44, and Lilly Blumenthal in a new report. Read more: cnas.org/publications/r…
"Maintaining US commitment to NATO will depend on the Europeans getting serious about taking on more strategic responsibility."–@ARVershbow tells @AKendallTaylor and @jteurope on the latest episode of Brussels Sprouts. Listen: cnas.org/publications/p…
“It is necessary for Washington to prioritize China without allowing that focus to harm other interests and priorities,” argues @RHFontaine in @ForeignAffairs. “Balance, rather than tilting too far in one direction, should be the watchword.” cnas.org/publications/c…
Tom Shugart joins the Warcast for a critical look at the Pentagon's annual report on China's growing military power warontherocks.com/episode/warcas…
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"Beijing circumvents its legal obligations to protect N. Korean refugees by denying them legitimate refugee status, instead labeling them as illegal economic migrants due to North Korea’s historic food and financial struggles." More from @jasonabartlett. cnas.org/publications/c…
According to authors @C_M_Dougherty, @JennieMatuschak, & @ripley_h_hunter in a new CNAS report, “If the U.S. allows Chinese coercion or aggression to go unopposed, China may extend its aggressive behavior elsewhere.” cnas.org/publications/r…
“To fully address its gaps in thinking about the future of warfare and reverse the erosion of its warfighting advantages, the @DeptofDefense must develop new ways of developing operational concepts,” write Paul Benfield and @gregmgrant. cnas.org/publications/r…
According to Hans Binnendijk, "Strategic autonomy is not something that you simply declare—it's a process that will take significant time and defense investment." Listen to his conversation with @AKendallTaylor and @jteurope on Brussels Sprouts: cnas.org/publications/p…
According to @jasonabartlett, "Korean refugees will face increased challenges as this new law will likely embolden Chinese law enforcement to continue rejecting, detaining, and forcibly repatriating North Koreans attempting to defect.” cnas.org/publications/c…
“The Pentagon’s newest effort to develop a Joint Warfighting Concept demonstrates the extent of today’s challenge, as the concept largely failed in wargames last fall,” write @gregmgrant and Paul Benfield in a new report. More: cnas.org/publications/r…
“At a time when the United States needs every ally in its corner to create a new trade rulebook to deal with the China challenge,” argues @EmilyKilcrease1, “it cannot afford to create new tension in the trade space.” cnas.org/publications/c…
“Policymakers and politicians, often backed by a vocal consensus, elevate serious, legitimate threats—communism, terrorism, now China—in a way that crowds out the attention necessary to deal with other priorities and interests,” writes @RHFontaine. More: cnas.org/publications/c…
A new CNAS report by @ilangoldenberg, @becca_wasser, @elisacatalano44, and Lilly Blumenthal proposes a significant revision of the current U.S. footprint in the Middle East that meaningfully reduces U.S. presence while still protecting key interests. cnas.org/publications/r…
A report published from CNAS’ Gaming Lab details the outcomes of the virtual strategy game, showing the U.S. needs to work with Taiwan and Japan to develop better deterrents to Chinese aggression. Read more: cnas.org/publications/r…
In this week's edition of Weekend Reads: a new report on U.S. posture in the Middle East, building a National Tech Strategy explainer video, op-eds by @RHFontaine, @EmilyKilcrease1, and more. Read and subscribe marketing.cnas.org/t/ViewEmail/d/…
“A combination of high-level pressure from foreign governments and steady support for grassroots refugee resettlement organizations and programs is the most practical way to assist North Korean refugees seeking freedom,” argues @jasonabartlett. Read more: cnas.org/publications/c…
LISTEN: Hans Binnendijk and @ARVershbow join @AKendallTaylor and @jteurope to discuss how to work toward a new transatlantic agreement on strategic autonomy on the latest episode of Brussels Sprouts. cnas.org/publications/p…
Watch It Again: Our virtual event on working toward a sustainable posture in the Middle East with @CounselorDOS, @ilangoldenberg, @becca_wasser, @MickMulroy, and @elisacatalano44 twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
“When foreign governments impose local content requirements, it hurts the ability of U.S. companies to compete in those markets,” writes @EmilyKilcrease1. Read more: cnas.org/publications/c…
🌟🌟in honor of Native American Heritage Month@CNASdcdc is hosting a veteran author panel, featurin@VinceSchillingng an@FlameSuzyzy on Tuesday 11/16 at 3 PM 🌟 You won't want to miss this, register belowcnas.zoom.us/webinar/regist…2YIql
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“Only by balancing the Chinese threat with its interests in other regions and issues can the United States effectively contest Chinese power—and strengthen its own position in the world.” Read more from @RHFontaine in @forignaffairs. cnas.org/publications/c…
You can read the full list of Middle East Posture Dos and Don'ts in the latest CNAS report: cnas.org/publications/r…
The report outlines a new framework that seeks to identify a narrower set of U.S. interests, and more directly link the military activities and force structure needed to protect those interests.
The authors propose a U.S. policy that moves away from a sprawling base network, with greater emphasis on lighter-footprint operations.
Some of their recommendations include:
Experts @ilangoldenberg, @becca_wasser, @elisacatalano44, and Lilly Blumenthal breakdown their dos and don’ts for revisioning U.S. military posture in the Middle East in a new CNAS report. 🧵cnas.org/publications/r…v
The latest Sanctions by the Numbers provides an overview of the U.S. sanctions landscape in Afghanistan both before and after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, with considerations for policymakers on future policy toward a Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. cnas.org/publications/r…
The CNAS Weekend Reads email newsletter features the latest reports, commentaries, news, and other updates from the Center's community of experts every Friday. Subscribe today: cnas.org/weekend-reads
According to a new paper from CNAS experts @gregmgrant and Paul Benfield, the process for joint concept development is fundamentally flawed. Read more about their findings: cnas.org/publications/r…
How could the U.S. respond if China seized one of Taiwan’s outlying islands in the South China Sea? A recent wargame found that in such a scenario, the U.S. and Taiwan have few credible options for pushing China to withdraw without escalating the crisis. cnas.org/publications/r…
“Rather than fixing problems in the supply chain, the proposed legislation is more likely to cause disruption, all while putting the U.S. in the sorry company of Russia and China when it comes to market-distorting trade policy.” More from @EmilyKilcrease1 cnas.org/publications/c…
Great exchange at @CNASdc today on how the United States is strengthening our diplomatic, economic, and development tools in the Middle East to build stronger ties with its people, businesses, and institutions.
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“Beijing has increased its anti-North Korean refugee policy through enhanced surveillance technology and border patrol,” writes @jasonabartlett, “including law enforcement units tasked to locate, interrogate, and forcibly repatriate refugees.” cnas.org/publications/c…
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