• COVID-19
    Latin America’s Vaccination Efforts: What to Know
    Campaigns to vaccinate Latin America against COVID-19 have sparked debate about the region’s dependence on outside suppliers, including China and Russia, and the threat of new variants.
  • China
    Virtual Roundtable: The Future of Strategic Arms Control
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    To avoid a costly and potentially dangerous arms race with China and Russia, the United States should consider new and creative approaches to strategic arms control. A new paper, “The Future of Strategic Arms Control,” for the Managing Global Disorder series explains how this expanded conception can enhance strategic stability. American, Chinese, and Russian experts discuss how the major powers can pursue effective arms control in the future amid growing mistrust and animosity.
  • Transition 2021
    Biden’s Foreign Policy Needs a Course Correction
    By defining today’s geopolitics as a clash between democracy and autocracy, the Biden administration risks both empowering America’s adversaries and undercutting its allies.
  • Cybersecurity
    Cyber Week in Review: May 14, 2021
    Cyberattack leads to shutdown of U.S. pipeline; Coalition to push for increased semiconductor funding is formed; President Biden signs executive order to improve U.S. cybersecurity; and Pentagon removes Xiaomi from blacklist.
  • COVID-19
    By How Much Are Countries Underreporting COVID-19 Cases and Deaths?
    As COVID-19 continues to ravage countries including Brazil and India, scientists warn that cases and deaths are being undercounted. Without accurate tallies, government responses won’t be enough to defeat outbreaks.
  • Competitiveness
    The Future of Strategic Arms Control
    To manage the increasingly stark geopolitical power shifts of the past decade-plus, the United States should pursue arms control strategies that regulate rivalry and introduce a broader array of reciprocal restraints.
  • Cybersecurity
    Cyber Week in Review: April 23, 2021
    Russia responds to U.S. sanctions, expels ten diplomats and eight officials; UK government launches campaign against foreign spies; U.S. lawmakers introduce ambitious anti-surveillance technology bill; Facebook targets two separate Palestinian hacker groups; and the European Union proposes new limits on artificial intelligence.
  • Cybersecurity
    Cyber Week in Review: April 16, 2021
    Data of 1.3 million Clubhouse users leaked online; Biden taps National Security Agency veteran as first national cyber director; Operation to block hacker access to Microsoft Exchange servers approved by Justice Department; The United States imposes new sanctions on Russia for SolarWinds breach; and Romania bars China and Huawei from domestic 5G development.
  • Russia
    The Cybersecurity Threat From Russia
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    While much of the public’s attention over the last year has been on Russian information operations and threats to election integrity, actors tied to Russian intelligence were conducting an espionage campaign with significant impact on U.S. national security. This symposium discusses how the United States, along with its allies, may more effectively respond to Russian cyber operations. The virtual symposium consists of a keynote session followed by a salon discussion on cybersecurity. During the salon discussion, a facilitator will help steer a conversation on how U.S. cyber strategy should change to respond to the threat of cyberattacks from Russia.