For Foreign Policy, Prof. Dan Byman discusses why governments so often fail to act on intelligence about terrorist attacks.
On the Journal of Intelligence and National Security, Prof. John Gentry discusses the relevance and impact of intelligence in war, and assesses whether its role has changed throughout time.
On the International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, Prof. John Gentry makes suggestions about the implications for U.S. intelligence of the decision by many current and former officials to publicly enter politics in highly partisan ways.
Learn more about Daniel Kaniewski, SSP alum and Deputy Administrator for Resilience at FEMA.
Professor Sandra Grady discusses why African security issues are important to the US, intra- and inter-state dynamics on the continent, trend in democratic vs. autocratic regimes, and foreign investment challenges.
On the Washington Post, Prof. Dan Byman discusses the latest tensions between Israel and the Gaza Strip, and why the two sides have reasons to avoid escalation.
On CFR, Professor Bruce Hoffman assesses the initial reporting and information regarding the Sri Lanka bombings on Easter Sunday.
On Lawfare, Prof. Daniel Byman comments on the attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, and concludes that the Islamic State is all but defeated.
On The Cipher Brief, in the aftermath of the Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka, Prof. Bruce Hoffman comments on the shifting focus and threat of ISIS.
On April 8, join CSS, the Pentagon’s MD5, and our distinguished panelists to discuss how America can continue to lead in a fluid geopolitical and business world.
On War on the Rocks, Professor Bruce Hoffman analyzes the similar traits between far-right violence and ‘lone wolf’ terrorism, and considers what the future looks like for “lone wolves.”
On CFR, Professor Bruce Hoffman discusses the severity of the threat posed by far-right extremists.