Suspending U.S.-Chinese military ties is no longer a low-risk proposition
David Finkelstein argues that the absence of meaningful communication between the U.S. and Chinese militaries is a high-risk and increasingly dangerous proposition.
How China and Russia Use Information Operations to Compete with the US
This article examines what tactics Beijing and Moscow use to manipulate the information environment and what narratives they try to promote.
The US Advances its Pacific Partnership Strategy in Micronesia
April Herlevi examines recent agreements between the US and Pacific Island nations and how they fit into the country’s Pacific Partnership Strategy.
How Can Special Operations Forces Contribute to Strategic Competition?
In his testimony, Jon Schroden discussed what special operations forces need to change to become an effective force in interstate competition.
Kaliningrad: Impregnable Fortress or “Russian Alamo”?
Steve Wills examines the Russian Port City of Kaliningrad, its significance to the Russian Federation and how Finland’s acceptance into NATO has increased its isolation.