Larry Lewis writes "Throughout history, the ability to adapt technological advances to warfighting has led to fundamental changes in the character of war and the tools used in its conduct."
CNA: Insights for the Third Offset: Addressing Challenges of Autonomy and Artificial Intelligence in Military Operations
Samuel Bendett says "There were some armed UGVs, but they were light, at most several hundred pounds, what was notably absent was any large-sized combat UGV."
Breaking Defense: "Armed Robots: US Lags Rhetoric, Russia"
Joshua Pollack writes "North Korea's force of Hwasong-14 intercontinental ballistic missiles, or ICBMs, is a work in progress."
Defense One: "Let's Walk This Through: If North Korea Launches An ICBM, Then..."
CNA Education releases Measuring College Readiness Under ESSA: Admissions and Placement Exams by Michael Flory and Chris Sun.
Rear Adm. Michael McDevitt says "Between 1950 and 1953, the U.S. Air Force and Navy flattened North Korea."
The National Interest: "Should the U.S. Air Force Fear North Korea's Air Defense Networks?"
Ken Gause writes “At the core of the matter lies the question: Can North Korea and the United States find an off-ramp from the escalatory ladder that both are currently climbing?”
The National Interest: “How Trump Could Win the North Korea Nuclear Game”
On October 11, David Sanger moderated a discussion with experts Ken Gause and David Finkelstein on North Korea's 'strategic calculus' and what’s at stake with DPRK-China relations. Register.
CNA analysts Samuel Bendett, Olga Oliker and Michael Kofman spoke on a panel on "Russia's Military Robots: Key Trends and Developments in Russia's Unmanned Systems" at CSIS on Thursday, October 5. Click here to register.
CNA's James "CHIPS" Stewart spoke at the Heritage Foundation on "Policing in America: Lessons from the Past, Opportunities for the Future" on September 21. Watch the panel video.
CNA Sr. Fellow RADM Michael McDevitt spoke on a panel on “Developments in the South China Sea and Friction in U.S.-China Maritime Ties,” at the Institute for China-America Studies. Watch the panel here.