Tag: US FOREIGN AnD NATIonal security POLICy

  • The Challenge of Iran

    As the Biden administration surveys the Middle East, one of its top priorities will be how to deal with the threats to the region posed by Iran’s nuclear and missile programs, which have continued to evolve since the US withdrew from the Joint Cooperative Plan of Action (JCPOA) in 2018. At the same time, relations between Israel and

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  • Fit for Purpose?: The US-Japan Alliance at 60

    As part of the Center for the National Interest’s series examining the evolving security relationship between the United States and Japan, the Center hosted a panel discussion on February 12, 2021 to discuss the nature of the alliance after sixty years.  This session addressed the current policy effectiveness of the US-Japan alliance and prospects for

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  • Convergence and Divergence: US and Japanese Strategic Perceptions

    As the Biden Administration begins to grapple with foreign policy challenges in Asia, the Center for the National Interest has launched a project examining the underlying assumptions and performance of the US-Japan security alliance.  More than six decades after the 1960 Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security, Japan’s technologically advanced economy, democratic government, and hosting

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  • CFTNI Launches its “Unobstructed Views” Web Series

    On January 28, 2021, the Center for the National Interest began a new video series entitled “Unobstructed Views” which will run on the organization’s YouTube channel. This series of short videos will feature prominent foreign policy experts (including several analysts affiliated with the Center) discussing current topics in international affairs. “Unobstructed Views” seeks to provide

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  • Facing the Realities of International Cyber Conflict

    The massive Solar Winds cyber intrusion is the latest public eruption of an intensifying shadow conflict pitting the United States against Russian, Chinese and other international cyber warriors.  Unlike traditional conflicts, these digital engagements straddle the line between war and espionage, and the motivations of the combatants are often more complicated than they appear on

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