Prof. Byman and Amunson analyze the challenges and opportunities the pandemic has created for counterterrorism efforts.
Writing with Joslyn Barnhart, Robert Trager, and Allan Dafoe, Dr. Saunders analyzes the effect of women’s suffrage on international affairs.
In a report for Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET), Prof. Buchanan discusses the AI triad of computing power, algorithms, and data.
Dr. Buchanan argues that the US should be focusing on computing power, not data, to win the AI arms race.
Hacking is too powerful a tool for policy makers to give it up even in the middle of a global crisis, writes Dr. Buchanan.
Dr. Saunders joins Jessica Chen Weiss to explain the latest in US-China tensions.
In an interview with the Atlantic Council, Dr. Roberts discusses the effects of the pandemic on national security, geopolitical competition, trade, and higher education.
Writing with Colin Clarke, Dr. Hoffman looks at the problem of leaderless resistance in modern terrorism and counterterrorism.
Prof. Byman reviews Noah Feldman’s new book, “The Arab Winter: A Tragedy.”…
Join CSS, the US Army, and the Center for Advanced Red Teaming for a wargame vignette about information warfare featuring crowdsourced participation.