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Provides analysis on emerging technologies that are expected to reshape situational awareness across the spectrum of conflict, and examines the implications of these technologies for nuclear strategic stability.
November 6, 2020
| Mark F. Cancian, Adam Saxton In Defense 360This is CSIS’s weekly roundup of major updates on the military and the novel coronavirus since Friday, October 30. It explores what the military has done to combat Covid-19 and how the military has in turn been affected by the virus.
October 30, 2020 In Defense 360New DoD cases of Covid-19 declined slightly this week with the 7-day average decreasing by 3 percent over the previous week to 703. After last week’s 98 percent increase, it is too soon to determine whether the slight decline represents a plateauing of new cases or a pause...
October 30, 2020 In China PowerWhile China is set to achieve its goal to eradicate poverty by the end of 2020 based on a narrow definition of poverty, hundreds of millions of people in China continue to struggle with low incomes and poor standards of living.
October 29, 2020 In Defense 360Shawn Skelly, a retired Navy officer and former commissioner for the National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service, presents the data about transgender Americans and explains why banning them from military service affects more than just the military.
October 29, 2020 In Defense 360Beverly Kirk addresses how Russian influence campaigns exploit the United States’ racial divide. While media literacy helps to combat these efforts, racism will continue to be a vulnerability until it is addressed.
October 27, 2020 In Defense 360In this piece, Rebecca Cokley addresses challenges facing people with both visible and invisible disabilities in the federal work force, particularly the SF-86, a federal form required for security clearances.
Dr. Naazneen H. Barma outlines how the national security academic pipeline leaks diversity at every step of the way, and what steps it can take to prevent the problem and promote more inclusion, equity, and representation.
October 26, 2020 In Defense 360In Part I of a two-part article for the series, Tony Johnson addresses the threat structural racism poses to U.S. foreign policy and national security and the “supply and demand” aspects of this problem.
October 26, 2020 In Defense 360Represent, a Defense360 series, features essays from CSIS and external authors discussing issues at the intersection of national security, diversity, inclusion, and representation.
October 23, 2020 In Defense 360New Department of Defense (DoD) cases of Covid-19 rose dramatically this week with the 7-day average increasing by 98 percent to 731 over the previous week. This near doubling of new DoD cases is a sharp spike compared to the previous week’s slight decline in cases and shows...