Although terrorism is no longer at the forefront of policymaking conversations with the public, the country would benefit from continued dialogue on the topic.
James A. Lewis, senior vice president for CSIS, testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Crime and Terrorism on "Cyber Threats to Our Nation’s Critical Infrastructure."
CSIS celebrates World Humanitarian Day with Administrator Mark Green of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
The fighting in Ghazni has highlighted the fact that the U.S. has now entered its seventeenth year of war in Afghanistan and that there is no clear end to the war in sight.
This edition of CSIS's nightly newsletter covers Venezuelan Exodus, Korean Unification, Do Right Woman and More.
Talks with the European Union are beginning, but it is hard to see any short-term agreement.
Highlights a report written by Freeman Chair Christopher K. Johnson on U.S.-China trade relations and the importance for the U.S. to operationalize red lines in the current trade dispute.
We are nearly two decades into realizing historic achievements—22 million of 38 million persons living with HIV are on life-sustaining antiretroviral treatment.
Throughout most of the post-Cold War era, analysts identified three “flashpoints” as the principle challenges to East Asian stability.
No two countries have been as generous to Yemen in the last year as Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, which pledged billions of dollars in aid to the poor and embattled country on the tip of the Arabian Peninsula.
This edition of CSIS's nightly newsletter covers Turkey Tariffs, Sanctions Breach, Croz at 77 and More.