May 10, 2018In a moderated “exit interview,” the Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, Admiral Paul F. Zukunft, discussed his active public advocacy for and interagency pursuit of securing greater U.S. capabilities and readiness for a rapidly changing Arctic.
May 7, 2018"Spring Summitry on the Korean Peninsula: Peace Breaking Out or Last Gasp Diplomacy" covers the implications for the U.S.-North Korea summit. This covers our second session with CSIS Korean Chair experts and special guest.
May 7, 2018"Spring Summitry on the Korean Peninsula: Peace Breaking Out or Last Gasp Diplomacy" assess the results of the inter-Korean summit. This covers our first session with CSIS Korean Chair experts and special guest.
April 23, 2018Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) gives keynotes on an expert panel discussion exploring opportunities and challenges facing public and private sector participants as they consider the future economy.
April 20, 2018
| Heather A. Conley, Jeffrey RathkeThe Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) will host a press briefing ahead of the upcoming state visits by French President Emmanuel Macron (Tuesday, April 24) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (Friday, April 27) with President Donald Trump in Washington, DC.
April 12, 2018Labeled the worst humanitarian crisis in today’s world, the conflict in Yemen is entering its fourth year. This event discussed the impact the war is having on the Yemeni people, and the challenges it poses policymakers.
Russian efforts to sow discord in democratic societies use both traditional and new technologies in ways that have proven low-cost, low risk, and surprisingly effective. It's time for the United States to respond.