Events

  • Can Offensive Cyber Operations Serve as a Form of Deterrence?

    On September 19, the Center for the National Interest hosted a discussion on the risks and opportunities of employing offensive cyber operations to deter and disrupt foreign cyber actors. Is playing cyber offense the best form of defense? Do our formidable cyber offensive capabilities make it less likely that foreign cyber actors will attack the

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  • Where Does America’s Relationship with China Go from Here?

    On Thursday, July 25, the Center for the National Interest hosted a panel on the future of US/Chinese relations which discussed the ways American grand strategy can best position itself to remain a powerful force in East Asia in the decades to come. No single nation will have a greater impact on America’s 21st century

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  • U.S. Financial Power, Europe and China

    On April 25, the Center held a discussion on U.S. Financial Power, Europe and China. The central role of the US financial system in the world economy and the dollar’s status as a global currency are key pillars of American power and international economic stability.  In recent years, Washington has increasingly sought to leverage this

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  • Change and Continuity in Japan-Russia Relations: Implications for the United States

    On March 20, the Center held a discussion on relations between Japan and Russia, and their implications for the United States. The discussion featured three contributors to a forthcoming Center for the National Interest Report on Change and Continuity in Japan-Russia Relations: Implications for the United States: Shoichi Itoh (Institute of Energy Economics, Japan), Testsuo

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  • Upcoming Elections in Israel

    On March 18, the Center hosted a discussion on the upcoming elections in Israel and potential takeaways from their results with Professor Shai Feldman, Director of the Crown Center for Middle East Studies at Brandeis University. Geoffrey Kemp, Senior Director of Regional Security at the Center for the National Interest, moderated. Set for early April,

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