The accelerating brain drain from Russia over the past several weeks provides an opportunity for the U.S. to welcome these talented individuals and invite them to participate in America's innovation economy.
America’s national security, which is tightly coupled with its economic competitiveness abroad, requires strong capability in STEM fields. The U.S. needs to reinvigorate its STEM education system if it is to compete successfully in the 21st century.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s determination on March 21, 2022, that the “clearance operations” conducted by Myanmar’s military against the Rohingya in 2017 constituted acts of genocide was a long overdue and much welcomed decision.
While many observers expect Malaysia’s next general election to be held in July or August, parties’ negotiations have intensified over the possible creation of a new political configuration for the opposition. The question is what alliance would be sustainable? And...
March 31, 2022 From New Perspectives on Asia While impacts vary across sectors, experiences in Myanmar’s garment industry provide insight into how the Covid-19 pandemic and military coup have reversed improvements in workers’ livelihoods and security.
Over the past decade, Singapore and Myanmar’s economic ties have flourished, and the degree of cooperation from the Singaporean banking system will have a considerable impact on the effectiveness of international sanctions on the Myanmar junta.
On March 14, 2022, CSIS hosted a discussion on the use of cyber during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine featuring remarks from Senator Mark Warner, and a panel discussion with Chris Painter and Greg Rattray.
March 21, 2022 From Strategic Technologies Blog On March 9, CSIS hosted an event on the necessary cybersecurity considerations for data localization efforts, featuring Peter Swire, DeBrae Kennedy-Mayo, Victoria Baines, Andreas Mitrakas, and Raphael Marichez .