Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Program
At a time when U.S. national security is increasingly tied to the Indo-Pacific, U.S. government sponsors rely on CNA for expert political-military analyses of security developments across this vast region, and insights into key state and non-state actors, with a special focus on allies and partners. The program’s research examines defense plans, policies and security trends across Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, the Indian Ocean region, and Oceania. The program’s analysts stay steeped in regional developments based on a wide range of data, time in the region, and an extensive network of counterpart relationships.
Mapping the Information Environment
These studies examine the net impact of individuals, organizations, and systems that shape public opinion by disseminating news and information.
U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission Hearing
Jeff Becker and April Herlevi testified before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission in a hearing on China’s Military Diplomacy and Overseas Security Activities. Becker addressed how Chinese state-owned enterprises support efforts by the People’s Liberation Army to expand its overseas presence. Herlevi focused on the growing diversity of China’s foreign military sales.