Defense and Security
Anthony H. Cordesman's up-to-date analysis of strategic challenges facing the United States.
Provides analysis for U.S. policymakers by focusing on the institutions, processes, strategy, and policies that keep the Unites States safe.
The CSIS Federated Defense Project aims to develop actionable recommendations for integrating U.S., allied, and partner capabilities into regional defense architectures that advance common interests.
A forum on the top challenges facing U.S. and global security.
The Ground Forces Dialogue is intended to foster and facilitate a broad conversation about U.S. ground forces in the future, in their many dimensions.
Examining the strategic challenges to U.S. national security posed by 21st century threats.
A constant source of reliable analysis on the threats and opportunities shaping U.S. security interests at home and abroad. Affiliated programs include: the National Security Program on Industry and Resources, U.S. Defense and National Security, Program on Crisis, Conflict, and Cooperation (C3), Project on Nuclear Issues, Proliferation Prevention Program, Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, and others.
Pursuing scholarship and dialogues on international politics, diplomacy, and national security policy.
Examines the questions of capabilities and implementation that underlie national security issues with emphasis on the defense industry and government acquisition.
A hub for United States policy focus on Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Island Countries.
A leading source of analysis on societies affected by crisis and conflict. C3 makes recommendations on cooperative strategies for crisis response and conflict management.
Building and sustaining a networked community of young nuclear experts from the military, national laboratories, industry, academia, and policy communities.
Independent analysis and policy solutions to help curb WMD proliferation.
Watch CSIS experts discuss today's top international issues.
Examining national strategy and policy on new technologies that affect military and economic performance, intelligence issues related to national technical means (NTM), and business and government strategies for the creation and governance of new technologies.
Former U.S. senators Sam Nunn (D-GA), Pete Domenici (R-NM), Warren Rudman (R-NH), and Evan Bayh (D-IN) convened a bipartisan group of former senators and representatives to come together for four forums to raise public consciousness of the country’s growing and unsustainable debt.
Assessing terror, insurgent, and criminal networks and government responses through targeted field work and an extensive network of specialists.