TurkStream offers a possible blueprint for dealing with the Nord Stream 2 pipeline: finding a way to repurpose infrastructure and let market forces deliver gas where it is needed. This is, above all, what Europe needs, as CSIS energy expert Nikos Tsafos writes in his...
November 28, 2018
| Matthew P. Goodman, Ann Listerud Washington and Tokyo can ensure better economic outcomes for themselves and others by working together to advance their preferred rules and norms. A more robust economic statecraft, jointly pursued, is central to advancing U.S. and Japanese interests in the Indo-Pacific.
November 27, 2018
| Matthew P. GoodmanAt the annual APEC summit and events organized by ASEAN, Vice President Pence reinforced the impression that the United States views itself in a zero-sum economic competition with China in the Indo-Pacific region, as CSIS Simon Chair Matthew Goodman writes in a new CQ piece.
This analysis looks at the way in which expectations for U.S. production and U.S. sanction waivers have contributed to changing the oil market outlook over the course of the past two months and how the United States may continue to play an important role moving forward.
This new CSIS report highlights the major themes and points of tension discussed at the 2018 GSP Workshop. It also includes insightful findings and recommendations and offers initial policy prescriptions to advance U.S. competitiveness against gray zone challenges.
November 27, 2018The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) has hosted a press briefing ahead of the Global Strategy Forum and the Reagan National Defense Forum on the state of the Defense Industrial Base.
Stephanie Segal, deputy director and senior fellow for CSIS, testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Subcommittee on Multilateral International Development, Multilateral Institutions, and International Economic, Energy, and Environmental Policy.
The man-made crisis in #SouthSudan has caused devastating human and financial costs. Aid organizations face significant access constraints while addressing the #humanitarian needs of 7 million people, a number that will only grow in the absence of sustainable peace.