On March 19, CSS hosted experts on nuclear security, including Dr. John Mearsheimer, for a day of conversations.
On Slate, Professor Dan Byman reflects on the growing influence of right-wing terrorism across the globe in light of the New Zealand mosque attacks.
On the Brookings Order From Chaos blog, Professor Dan Byman provides some initial thoughts on the attacks on mosques in New Zealand.
Learn more about Shane Quinlan, SSP graduate and the Director of Product Management at Certilytics.
On Lawfare, Professor Seamus Hughes and Haroro J. Ingram discuss the similarities between President Obama and President Trump’s National Security Strategies and conclude that the two are not as dissimilar as many argue.
On Brookings’ Order from Chaos, Professor Michael O’Hanlon and Gen. Stanley McChrystal argue that presidential, congressional, state, and local officials should endorse the idea of at least a year of national service.
On Brookings’ Order from Chaos, Professor Dan Byman argues that the death toll of a terrorist attack, often inflicted in a spectacular way that draws media attention and leads to political criticism, can undermine faith in government.
Faculty Article: Are Nuclear Weapons Keeping the India-Pakistan Crisis from Escalating — or Making It More Dangerous?
On Monkey Cage, Professor Caitlin Talmadge looks at the recent dispute between India and Pakistan and assesses what impact nuclear weapons have on the stability of the region.
On ChinaFile, Professor Oriana S. Mastro argues that we need to move away from the symbolic and towards devising agendas that help the U.S. better prepare for contingencies in East Asia.
On Lawfare, Professor Ben Buchanan assesses the impact and future consequences of Cyber Command’s actions against the Russian Internet Research Agency.
On Brookings’ Order from Chaos, Prof. Dan Byman argues that in the near future Syria will likely still be the object of meddling and remain an arena for regional competition, with its sovereignty regularly violated.
Learn more about Anna Danau, SSP graduate and founder of Hospitality Intelligence.