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.
President-elect Trump will be confronted with a profoundly complex and rapidly changing global security environment. Under his leadership the United States will face conventional, and also decidedly unconventional, national security challenges.
American leadership in the Asia Pacific requires a comprehensive economic strategy built on a strong domestic, political, and economic foundation, tied to clearly defined American interests and effectively deploying all available tools and strengths.
Afghanistan poses a problem whose complexity precludes a ‘quick win,’ an unpopular reality for a war-weary public. Regardless, it will need to be a top national security priority for the incoming Trump team.
As the Trump administration takes office, CSIS Defense 360’s Transition45 series provides insights and recommendations from our scholars on what the new administration should change in U.S. defense strategy, forces, operations, and institutions.
Tunisians are one of the largest groups of foreign nationals among the estimated 40,000 or more foreign fighters who have joined jihadi groups in Syria and Iraq alone and the several thousand more who are believed to have enlisted in Libya.
April 18, 2016
| Todd Harrison In Defense 360The Obama administration’s FY 2017 budget—the eighth and final budget submitted by the administration—requests a total of $619.5 billion in funding for national defense. This Defense Outlook series report analyzes the FY 2017 defense budget request looking at trends in...