How can we stop the rise of domestic terrorism in the United States? Kathleen Belew and Robert Pape look at modern history and politics for answers.
Ten years after the US intervention in Libya and subsequent death of dictator Muammar Gaddafi, Ivo Daalder speaks with Mehdi Hasan on MSNBC about the fallout.
War in Tigray is escalating fast. “We have effective nonmilitary leverage and options in our toolbox and should use them,” writes Elizabeth Shackelford in the Chicago Tribune.
Dina Smeltz and Elizabeth Shackelford write in the Hill on the consequences of an American public desensitized to military action abroad, and what we must do about it.
Does an increasingly aggressive China mean the United States should maintain its posture of strategic ambiguity or adopt strategic clarity?
Council President Daalder explains with CSIS that, "reassuring allies that we will be there when necessary, particularly for their nuclear defense, needs to become a focus."
Council President Ivo Daalder speaks on a panel with CSIS on security in Northeast Asia, extended deterrence, non-proliferation, public opinion, and the US-ROK alliance.
"To change the trajectory of the relationship between North Korea and the US, it is critical that Americans pursue principled engagement," writes Matt Abbott in NK News.
2021 Council data show where Biden's ideas overlap with the American middle class— and where they don't. Nonresident Senior Fellow Dan Drezner details in the Washington Post.
"Subnational diplomacy offers an established, yet underutilized, opportunity for American officials to creatively engage Pyongyang," writes Matt Abbott in the Diplomat.