September 26, 2018The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) has hosted a discussion on national security with Lieutenant General Robert P. Ashley, Jr., Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency.
We don’t approach the issue of trade entirely rationally, and we are perfectly capable of maintaining two contradictory views at the same time,” says CSIS Scholl Chair Bill Reinsch in a new commentary.
September 24, 2018
| Jon B. AltermanThe United States needs an Iran strategy. Similarly, Iran needs a U.S. strategy. Now, it feels like neither country has such a strategy as CSIS Middle East Program director Jon Alterman writes in a new commentary.
This brief highlights three major factors that will shape the future of instability in Syria post-Idlib. By focusing on these trends post-Idlib, the United States and the international community must develop a new approach to Syria moving forward.
The United States needs an Iran strategy. The Islamic Republic has been so troubling to so many U.S. policy makers across such a wide array of issues for so long that it would be irresponsible not to have one. Similarly, Iran needs a U.S. strategy.