May 25, 2018
| Michael A. Matera, Mark L. SchneiderAnticorruption institutions are key to protecting democracy and promoting economic progress, and those who abuse their public trust anywhere in the Americas will go to jail.
May 25, 2018
| H. Andrew SchwartzThis edition of CSIS's nightly newsletter covers the cancellation of the summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, U.S. general in Europe calls for more troops, and more.
May 24, 2018
| Anthony H. CordesmanIt is all too easy for Americans to focus on the North Korean nuclear missile threat, rather than the overall military balance in the Koreas and the impact that any kind of war fighting can have on the civil population of South Korea and the other states in Northeast Asia.
May 23, 2018
| H. Andrew SchwartzThis edition of CSIS's nightly newsletter covers the discovery mysterious ailments, the Pentagon denies invitation from China to participate in an international military, and more.
As the top-level summit between the United States and North Korea nears, policy analysts have been expressing skepticism about the Trump administration’s goal of complete denuclearization of North Korea and calling for tempered expectations and objectives.
May 22, 2018
| H. Andrew SchwartzThis edition of CSIS's nightly newsletter covers the possibility of a cancelled summit with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un, French President Emmanuel Macron’s trip to Russia to help tie Iran's Trade deal, and more.
Amy Searight, senior adivser and director of the Southeast Asia Program, testifies before the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific on, "Asia's Diplomatic and Security Structure: Planning U.S. Engagement."