- Mar 17, 2015 | 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
The Pacific Forum CSIS will be celebrating its 40th anniversary and hosting its annual Board of Governors fundraising dinner on Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at the oceanfront Sheraton Waikiki from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. The featured dinner speaker will be Richard L. Armitage, president of Armitage International and former US Deputy Secretary of State.
- Dec 5, 2014 | 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Please join us for the Project on Advanced Systems and Concepts for Countering WMD's (PASCC) semi-annual workshop on nuclear, chemical, and biological threats. This half-day session will present findings from ongoing and recently completed research projects and workshops in the areas of strategic relations with nuclear-armed states, and countering chemical and biological threats.
- Nov 21, 2014
Japan has been a leader within the nuclear nonproliferation regime for decades, but is also the only non-nuclear-weapon state with both uranium enrichment and spent fuel reprocessing -- two sensitive capabilities that can make fuel for nuclear reactors or fissile material for bombs.
- Nov 12, 2014
Richard L. Armitage
President, Armitage International,
and former Deputy Secretary of State
- Nov 12, 2014
The 2014 Global Security Forum will be held on Wednesday, November 12th from 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at CSIS headquarters located at 1616 Rhode Island Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20036.
- Nov 6, 2014
The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) will host a press briefing on President Obama's upcoming trips to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation in Beijing, the G-20 summit in Australia, and the East Asia Summit in Myanmar.
- Oct 22, 2014
China on the Ground in Latin America, tells the story of the fundamental changes in the nature of PRC engagement with Latin America and the Caribbean since 2009 as Chinese companies have begun to operate in the region. The book analyzes Chinese commercial activities across sectors from petroleum, mining, and agriculture to manufacturing, construction, and other services, and analyzes how this new physical presence is creating challenges for Chinese businesses, ranging from security concerns, to winning projects, to dealing with local laborers, communities, indigenous groups, and environmentalists.Defense and Security, International Security, Homeland Security, Economic Development and Reconstruction, Demography, Energy and Climate Change, Markets and Trends, Security and Climate Change, Global Health, Human Rights, Technology, Trade and Economics, Global Trends and Forecasting, Global Strategy, Regional Analysis, Governance, Development Policy, Global Prosperity, Global Health Diplomacy
- Oct 15, 2014
The CSIS Energy and National Security Program hosted an off-the-record roundtable discussion on the geostrategic implications of the U.S. shale revolution for Asia. The energy security effects of the U.S. unconventional oil and gas revolution are already visible with natural gas previously destined for the U.S. now directed towards Asian markets.