Defense and Security
Analyzing aspects of defense and security, including acquisition and resources, homeland security, strategy, reconstruction, nuclear issues, and terrorism.
Understanding issues such as the health and management of the global defense industrial base and those related to defense reform.
Providing strategic thinking about how institutions are structured to guard against a range of threats to the United States.
Analyzing the threats and opportunities shaping global security.
Analyzing a host of issues, including the global military balance, asymmetric warfare, and regional conflicts.
Investigating a range of nuclear issues, including the security of existing weapons and materials, international nonproliferation regimes, and the human infrastructure needed to support capabilities and to deal with challenges.
Analyzing the threat of terrorism and working to develop a response that includes international dialogue and a cohesive effort by diplomatic, military, law enforcement, and intelligence personnel.
Studying Defense and Security
- AudioFeb 27, 2014
- VideoFeb 27, 2014
CommentaryThe FY2015 US Defense Budget, the New Quadrennial Defense Review and the U.S. Commitment to the Middle East and AsiaMar 6, 2014
ReportMar 6, 2014
Mar 25, 2014
Mar 10, 2014
In the News
ReutersBy Peter Apps and Jim FinkleMar 7, 2014
The Christian Science MonitorBy Peter FordMar 7, 2014