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Asian Defense Spending, 2000–2011
David J. Berteau, Guy Ben-Ari, Joachim Hofbauer, Priscilla Hermann, Sneha Raghavan
2012

This report analyzes the defense budgets of the five countries with the largest defense budgets in Asia:...read more

 
Crime Wars: Gangs, Cartels and U.S. National Security
Colonel Robert Killebrew, USA (Ret.), Jennifer Bernal
2010

As illustrated by the unprecedented violence in Mexico, drug trafficking groups have evolved to not only...read more

 
America's Interests in India
Marshall M. Bouton
2010

In this U.S.-India Initiative Series working paper, author Marshall Bouton explores U.S. strategic interests...read more

 
Responsible Transition: Securing U.S. Interests in Afghanistan Beyond 2011
Lieutenant General David W. Barno, USA (Ret.)
2010

The summer of 2011, when U.S. troops will begin to draw down in Afghanistan, will mark a watershed in...read more

 
Beyond Borders: Developing Comprehensive National Security Policies to Address Complex Regional Challenges
Dr. Patrick M. Cronin, Brian Burton
2010

To confront many of the national security challenges facing the United States and its allies today, the...read more

 
Managing 21st-Century Diplomacy: Lessons from Global Corporations
Kristin M. Lord, Richard Fontaine
2010

As the State Department prepares to implement recommendations from its first Quadrennial Diplomacy and...read more

 
Robotic Skies: Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance and the Strategic Defense of Japan
Dr. Patrick M. Cronin, Paul S. Giarra
2010

Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities, which are strategically important in peacetime,...read more

 
Pressure: Coercive Economic Statecraft and U.S. National Security
Dr. David Asher, Victor Comras, Dr. Patrick M. Cronin
2011

In recent years, the world has witnessed the power of the global economy to impact states' behavior and...read more

 
Aum Shinrikyo: Insights Into How Terrorists Develop Biological and Chemical Weapons
Dr. Richard J. Danzig, Dr. Marc Sageman, Dr. Terrance Leighton, Dr. Lloyd Hough, Hidemi Yuki, Rui Kotani, Zachary M. Hosford
2011

In 1995, the Japanese cult Aum Shinrikyo unleashed terror on the Tokyo subway system with a highly publicized...read more

 
Dangers and Dilemmas: Will the new Regional Security Architecture help?
CSCAP
2011

The 8th CSCAP General Conference was held immediately after the 6th East Asia Summit (EAS) in Bali, Indonesia,...read more

 
Nation Making in Asia: From Ethnic to Civic Nations?
Muthiah Alagappa
2012

The nation state is the fundamental building block of domestic and international politics. The power...read more

 
Religious Movements, Militancy, and Conflict in South Asia
Robert D. Lamb, Liora Danan, Joy Aoun, Sadika Hameed, Kathryn Mixon, and Denise St. Peter
2012

Religious institutions and leaders are critically important in many conflict and post-conflict cases,...read more

 
Delegitimizing Nuclear Weapons: Examining the Validity of Nuclear Deterrence
Ken Berry, Patricia Lewis, Benoît Pélopidas, Nikolai Sokov and Ward Wilson
2010

In addressing nuclear disarmament, people – be they expert, practitioners or one of the interested public...read more

 
U.S.-Russian Partnership for Advancing a Nuclear Security Agenda
Anton Khlopkov and Elena Sokova, Editors
2012

The United States and the Russian Federation have engaged in bilateral and multilateral nuclear security...read more

 
Resolving the India-China Boundary Dispute: Incentivising Cooperation, Enlargiing Bargaining Space and Promoting Constructive Strategies
Leon Bai
2012

Pessimism towards a foreseeable settlement of the India-China border dispute is not unfounded. At the...read more

 
Upheaval: U.S. Policy Toward Iran in a Changing Middle East
Dr. Marc Lynch
2011

The wave of uprisings that have rocked the Arab world will have dramatic consequences for America’s strategy...read more

 
Internet Freedom: A Foreign Policy Imperative in the Digital Age
Richard Fontaine, Will Rogers
2011

From Egypt to Tunisia to Iran, the world has borne witness to the power of the Internet and new digital...read more

 
Beyond Afghanistan: A Regional Security Strategy for South and Central Asia
David W. Barno, USA (Ret.), Dr. Andrew M. Exum, Matthew Irvine
2011

The United States is at a strategic inflection point in South and Central Asia. The death of Osama bin...read more

 
America’s Cyber Future: Security and Prosperity in the Information Age
Robert E. Kahn, Mike McConnell, Dr. Joseph S. Nye, Peter Schwartz, Nova J. Daly, Nathaniel C. Fick, Martha Finnemore, Richard Fontaine, Daniel E. Geer Jr., David A. Gross, Jason Healey, James A. Lewis, Kristin M. Lord, M. Ethan Lucarelli, Thomas G. M
2011

America’s growing dependence on cyberspace has created new vulnerabilities that are being exploited as...read more

 
America’s Cyber Future: Security and Prosperity in the Information Age
Robert E. Kahn, Mike McConnell, Dr. Joseph S. Nye, Peter Schwartz, Nova J. Daly, Nathaniel C. Fick, Martha Finnemore, Richard Fontaine, Daniel E. Geer Jr., David A. Gross, Jason Healey, James A. Lewis, Kristin M. Lord, M. Ethan Lucarelli, Thomas G. M
2011

America’s growing dependence on cyberspace has created new vulnerabilities that are being exploited as...read more

 

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