A Public-Private National Security Alliance

by Letitia Long

The Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) is preparing for one of its biggest events of the year.  The non-profit counts more than 160 industry, academic and former government leaders...

The G7 and Russia

by Daniel Hoffman

As the Group of Seven (G7) leaders meet in the French coastal town of Biarritz this weekend, the issue of recent Russian behavior will most certainly be discussed.  A series of global leaders...

The G7 Should Redouble Efforts to Stop Covert Foreign Money

by Josh Rudolph

By Josh Rudolph and Adam Kline, Alliance for Security Democracy This weekend may be the first time in the history of the G7 that the group meets without agreeing on a joint statement. That’s...

Turkish Convoy Bombed in Syria as Tensions Flare

by Intel Brief

  Bottom Line Up Front Turkey’s Defense Ministry claims that earlier this week, a Turkish convoy was bombed in Idlib province in northwest Syria. There have been ongoing clashes between...

North Korea EMP Attack: An Existential Threat Today

by Peter Pry

Dr. Peter Vincent Pry is executive director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security. He served on the Congressional EMP Commission as chief of staff, the Congressional Strategic Posture...

Beijing’s Bots and Disinformation in Hong Kong

by Intel Brief

  Bottom Line Up Front China has taken a page from Russia’s playbook as Beijing systematically wages an online disinformation campaign aimed at inflating support for Hong Kong’s ruling...

No Progress in Yemen

by Intel Brief

  Bottom Line Up Front The latest attack by Houthi rebels against Saudi oil and gas infrastructure involved ten drones equipped with improvised explosives. The Saudis have achieved none of...

The Army's Cyber Teams of the Future

by Walter Pincus

OPINION — The U.S. Army is working on major changes in doctrine, organization and training “to develop a force that can effectively engage great-power competitors, such as Russia and China,...

Against All Odds: Democratic Progress in Sudan

by Intel Brief

  Bottom Line Up Front In a region where popular democratic revolutions have repeatedly been marginalized or crushed through force, Sudan appears to be on the brink of achieving something...

Looking at Kabul and Seeing Saigon

by Intel Brief

  Bottom Line Up Front Following months of negotiations between U.S. officials and Taliban leaders, an agreement on bringing the war in Afghanistan to a formally recognized end now seems...