Deterrence 101 is a collection of three thirty-minute long videos that explore core deterrence theory. Each video, created by CSIS Project on Nuclear Issues (PONI), describes basic deterrence concepts, roots these ideas in a historical […]
Posted Sep. 25, 2015: UnCommon Core: The Causes and Consequences of the Ukraine Crisis. John J. Mearsheimer, the R. Wendell Harrison Distinguished Service Professor in Political Science and Co-director of the Program on International Security […]
Russia’s continued military buildup along the Ukraine border has raised fears of invasion. The tension over Ukraine has further deteriorated ties between Russia & NATO members. Russia-NATO ties were once so warm that Moscow was […]
Panelists discuss the massing of Russian troops and escalating tensions at the Ukraine-Russia border, as well as potential diplomatic and military responses for the United States and NATO. From COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS.
A Chinese spy defects to Australia. His shocking revelations are guaranteed to infuriate Beijing. How China conducts questionable activities around the world, including its attempts to infiltrate the Australian government. From 60 Minutes Australia.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks in Jakarta about the U.S. government’s stance on the Indo-Pacific, and the geopolitical issues in the region. His visit to Indonesia will be followed by stops in Malaysia and […]
December 13 marks twenty years since then president George W. Bush announced the U.S. withdrawal from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty – an agreement to limit missile defenses and so moderate the Cold War arms race. […]
NATO has taken on an important role in international crisis management. From NATO HQ.
Blue Origin will conduct its third human spaceflight Saturday, December 11, the first with six astronauts on board. The astronaut manifest includes, Laura Shepard Churchley, Michael Strahan, Evan Dick, Dylan Taylor, Cameron Bess, and Lane […]