Transnational Threats

Led by the Transnational Threats Project, the International Security Program, Defending Democratic Institutions, and the Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy, CSIS provides strategic thinking on the range of efforts to counter terrorist groups and their methods across the world.

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Pursuing Global Order in the Twenty-First Century

Amid rising great power competition, the United States needs to rethink its engagement with the Global South—a diverse but increasingly populous and wealthy group of states that will be vital to addressing the world's problems.

Digital Report by Jon B. Alterman and Lily McElwee — April 22, 2024

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Seth G. Jones
Senior Vice President; Harold Brown Chair; and Director, International Security Program
Daniel Byman
Senior Fellow, Transnational Threats Project