May 9, 2018
| Anthony H. CordesmanNone of the eight goals seem likely to be negotiable with the Iranian government. Moreover, many may not win meaningful support from European allies. As a result, they effectively give the United States and its allies a "mission impossible."
May 8, 2018
| H. Andrew SchwartzThis edition of CSIS's nightly newsletter covers President Donald Trump decision withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal, The Trump administration calls for regime change in Venezuela, and more.
May 7, 2018
| Andrew J. StanleyIn coordination with the Embassy of Canada, the Energy and National Security Program set out to create a physical map depicting the U.S.-Canada energy trade relationship. This brief explores the map layer-by-layer, ultimately exposing the depth and detail of the complete picture.
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.
There are proactive high-level diplomatic steps that the United States and others can and should initiate today to improve the immediate health and humanitarian situation inside North Korea, while planning for the future.
May 7, 2018
| Anthony H. CordesmanThe conflict has become a war of attrition which can drag on indefinitely, and can only be ended through some form of peace negotiation or the sudden, unexpected collapse of either Afghan government or threat forces – a transition from a war of attrition to a war of...