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The Pentagon’s counter-drone strategy

Tom Karako, director of the Missile Defense Project at CSIS, discusses Russian nuclear exercises, Iranian drones in Ukraine, air defense and the Pentagon’s strategy

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Risks of ending SBIR program

Charles Wessner, senior adviser at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and adjunct professor at Georgetown University, explains the benefits of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program, the risks of ending it and China’s involvement

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New Africa strategy ‘a big departure’ from previous documents, says expert

During a trip to sub-Saharan Africa in early August, Secretary of State Antony Blinken unveiled a new strategy for engaging African states as partners. Mvemba Phezo Dizolele, senior fellow and director of the Africa Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said the strategy’s focus on African agency is a “big departure” from […]

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Wargames predict likely outcomes in conflict between China and Taiwan

All summer, a group of experts and former military leaders at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), have been conducting wargames to simulate what would happen if the United States responded to a Chinese invasion of Taiwan. The scenarios in which Taiwan cannot repel an invasion are “very pessimistic,” said Mark Cancian (Colonel, […]

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How serious are Russia’s threats to leave the International Space Station?

The International Space Station has long been an example of international cooperation, but over the last year, Russia’s multiple threats to abandon the project have raised questions about what would happen if it did. Kaitlyn Johnson, deputy director of the Aerospace Security Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said Russia’s latest threat […]

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US-Russia relations in space remain strong despite ongoing war: West Point professor

The United States and Russia created the International Space Station (ISS) and have worked together for decades to keep it in orbit. However, since the start of Russia’s war on Ukraine, that collaboration has become increasingly tense. Despite this, cooperation on the space station has endured, according to Zhanna Malekos Smith, senior associate at the […]

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North Korea’s expansion of nuclear capabilities ‘very concerning,’ says policy scholar

While the world watches Russia’s war on Ukraine unfold, North Korea continues to expand its nuclear weapons program and has already launched 13 missile tests this year. Dana Kim, Korea policy scholar in the Korea Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said North Korea is fine tuning its strike capabilities through tests […]

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Bringing war criminals to justice in Ukraine requires three things, says human rights expert

With increasing news of atrocities against civilians in Ukraine, the International Criminal Court (ICC) and other organizations are gathering evidence to bring perpetrators to justice. Marti Flacks, director of the Center for Strategic and International Studies Human Rights Initiative, said prosecutors need three things to hold perpetrators of war crimes accountable: evidence of serious international […]

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