What Happened at the Biden-Yoon Summit?
Brian Waidelich examines the US and South Korea’s “Washington Declaration,” and what it means for strategic deterrence on the Korean Peninsula.
All In on Africa
Kaia Haney examines the Biden Administration’s recent diplomacy in Africa and how it ties into strategic competition on the continent.
What a Stronger U.S.-Philippine Alliance Means for Beijing
James Bellacqua examines the impact of greater security cooperation between the U.S. and the Philippines on Beijing and the Indo-Pacific region.
How Can Body Worn Cameras Maximize Police Accountability
Several companies are developing and testing new analytic tools that would allow agencies to systematically review BWC footage, hold officers accountable for their behaviors and improve performance. This post offers an overview of these analytic tools and their promise for maximizing the utility of BWC footage.
What China's Ukraine Position Paper Tells Us
Elizabeth Wishnick examines China’s position paper on the Russia-Ukraine war, and what it tells us about how Beijing uses diplomacy to advance its interests.