About the Project
Many factors—emerging technologies, the growing role of the private sector, among others—are reshaping the national and international security landscape. The Roundtable Series on New Approaches to National Security brings policy experts, academics, and practitioners together to discuss these timely issues and gain insight from other sectors and disciplines. U.S. policymakers continue to debate the most effective counterterrorism strategies—ranging from controversial U.S. drone strikes in the Middle East and North Africa to building partnership capacity for foreign militaries. To contribute to the ongoing debate on topics of national security, military policy, international security, and conflict prevention, I offer insights and analyses through blog entries, regular columns on ForeignPolicy.com, roundtables and workshops, and numerous CFR publications.
This project is made possible through support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund.