October 15, 2018
| Brian HardingWith its 2019 presidential election season fully underway, Indonesia’s vibrant, democratic political system will be on display for the world over the next six months, as Brian Harding, CSIS fellow and deputy director with the Southeast Asia Program, writes in his commentary.
A spasm of reporting on Khashoggi, and a flood of OP-EDs dumping on Saudi Arabia – followed by a lack of in depth coverage of the problem – is no memorial to someone who seems to have died for trying to speak the truth.
To say that the UN High-Level Meeting on noncommunicable disease has disappointed observers and many participants alike is an understatement as Robert Newman, senior associate with CSIS Global Health Policy Center, writes in a new commentary.
Often neglected and overshadowed by HIV and malaria, tuberculosis had a big week on the world stage at the recent UN High-Level Meeting as Robert Newman, senior associate with CSIS Global Health Policy Center, writes in a new commentary.
China’s leading data policy architects are watching closely how data policy is evolving in the United States, Europe, and other countries in Asia as CSIS technology policy expert Samm Sacks writes in a new commentary.
Even with the Trump administration’s increased defense spending, there is no escaping the trade-off among readiness, modernization, and force structure as CSIS expert Mark Cancian in the International Security Program writes in a new commentary.
The industrial base review coupled with policy and strategy documents gives DoD and its inter-agency network a great deal of homework for the upcoming year as Samantha Cohen and Andrew Hunter of CSIS Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group write in a new commentary.
We are witnessing the unfolding of a time-tested tactic of “bait-and-switch” when it comes to the Trump administration’s promotion of USMCA as CSIS Scholl Chair Bill Reinsch writes in a new commentary.
October 3, 2018
| Hijab Shah, Melissa DaltonQuestions remain as to how the Department of Defense will organize for and resource the strategic application of security cooperation as Hijab Shah and Melissa Dalton of the CSIS international Security Program write in a new commentary.