- Critical QuestionsBy Sharon Squassoni, Amelia ArmitageOct 9, 2015
On October 7, 2015, the Associated Press released a report detailing several years of undercover investigations into Eastern European smuggling of nuclear and radiological materials.
- ReportOct 9, 2015
- The Tragedy in Kunduz, the Real Threat to Afghan Civilians, and the Need for Changes in U.S. StrategyCommentaryOct 9, 2015
It is only natural that the tragedy surrounding the air attack on the hospital in Kunduz should have dominated the headlines and news coverage of events in Afghanistan, as well as General John F. Campbell’s testimony this week before the House and Senate Armed Services Committees.
- ReportOct 9, 2015
This is the current list of Presidential appointments in the Department of Defense which require Senate confirmation. In the event that no one has been nominated, the individual "performing the duties of" or Acting is listed.
- NewsletterOct 8, 2015
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- ReportBy Todd SummersOct 8, 2015
The board of directors of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria is set to approve a framework for the organization’s next multiyear strategy at its upcoming meeting in November.
- Next Steps in the U.S.-India Strategic Partnership: Defense Cooperation Must Be Taken to a Higher TrajectoryCommentaryOct 8, 2015
President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi met for the fifth time in a little over a year in New York on September 28, 2015. They took stock of the state of the bilateral relationship and noted with approval the achievements of the last 10 years since the nuclear deal was signed in July 2005.
- NewsletterOct 7, 2015
- NewsletterBy Yun SunOct 7, 2015
Western assessments of the China-Russia relationship generally reach one of two conclusions: hyperventilation about a Beijing-Moscow alliance that aims to upend the existing international order or a blithe dismissal of a temporary meeting of minds and interests.
- CommentaryOct 7, 2015
Recent polls indicate that a plurality of Swedes now favor NATO membership—41 percent in favor, with 39 percent opposed.