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cna talks: Special Edition: The U.S. Navy's 245th Birthday
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On the latest episode of our occasional series, Polar Politics, Josh Tallis sits down with Mark Rosen and Cornell Overfield. They discuss the treaties and agreements that govern the Polar Regions writ large, before taking a deep dive into the Antarctic Treaty system.
in maritime law and policy, maritime arms control, the Arctic and regulation of the global commons, international law and treaties, the law of armed conflict and homeland security. Related Materials ... Security ContactName /*/Contact/ContactName ContactTitle /*/Contact/JobTitle ContactEmail /*/Contact/Email ContactPhone /*/Contact/Phone 73 16383197
cna talks: Polar Politics: Russia's Interests in the Arctic
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In the third episode of our occasional series, “Polar Politics,” Jeff Edmonds and Kate Baughman join Josh Tallis to discuss Russia's interests and operations in the Polar Regions.
and operations in the Polar Regions. Polar Politics: Russia's Interests in the Arctic Biographies Joshua Tallis  is a Research Scientist specializing in maritime security, irregular threats, and issues of naval and national security strategy. Josh also served as the CNA field representative to Carrier Strike Group EIGHT during the Navy's first instantiation of Dynamic Force Employment in the High North. Jeffrey Edmonds  is an expert on cyber operations in Russia and Eurasia. Edmonds previously served as the Director for Russia on the National Security Council and acting Senior Director
cna talks: Polar Politics: Northern Allies and Partners
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Steve Wills joins Josh Tallis to discuss the interests of U.S. allies and partners in The Arctic.
Polar Politics: Northern Allies and Partners Steve Wills joins Josh Tallis to discuss the interests of U.S. allies and partners in The Arctic. Polar Politics: Northern Allies and Partners Biographies Joshua Tallis  is a Research Scientist specializing in maritime security, irregular threats, and issues of naval and national security strategy. Josh also served as the CNA field representative to Carrier Strike Group EIGHT during the Navy's first instantiation of Dynamic Force Employment in the High North. Lt. Cdr. Steven Wills : In 20 years as an active-duty U.S. Navy officer, Wills
cna talks: Lessons from History: Pandemics on Ships
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Following the spread of COVID-19 on the USS Theodore Roosevelt, CNA Naval Historian Steve Wills joins Josh Tallis to discuss the history of disease on navy vessels.
Lessons from History: Pandemics on Ships Following the spread of COVID-19 on the USS Theodore Roosevelt, CNA Naval Historian Steve Wills joins Josh Tallis to discuss the history of disease on navy vessels. Lessons from History: Pandemics on Ships Biographies Joshua Tallis  is a Research Scientist specializing in maritime security, irregular threats, and issues of naval and national security strategy. Josh also served as the CNA field representative to Carrier Strike Group EIGHT during the Navy's first instantiation of Dynamic Force Employment in the High North. Lt. Cdr. Steven
cna talks: China’s Polar Silk Road Through the Arctic
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As China seeks to expand its presence in the Arctic, it is important for observers to understand its motivations and how it fits into its larger global strategy. In this episode CNA analysts Heidi Holz and Andrew Taffer join John Stimpson, to discuss what the arctic means to Beijing, what it hopes to accomplish there and some unexpected obstacles to its objectives.
to its objectives. China’s Polar Silk Road Through the Arctic Biographies Heidi Holz   is a Senior Research Scientist in the CNA China Studies Program . Her research interests include PRC maritime policies and activities, and Chinese military doctrine and operations. Andrew Taffer is a Research Scientist in CNA's Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Program . Further Reading  CNA Report
cna talks: The Strategic Value of Maritime Sabotage
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For centuries, sabotage has been a tool of war, but what role does it serve in today’s environment where great powers compete in the shadows and non-state actors are important global players. On this episode of CNA Talks, CNA analysts, Alex Powell and Annaleah Westerhaug join John Stimpson to discuss their report, “Maritime Sabotage: Lessons Learned and Implications for Strategic Competition.”
Maritime Sabotage For centuries, sabotage has been a tool of war, but what role does it serve in today’s environment where great powers compete in the shadows and non-state actors are important global players. On this episode of CNA Talks, CNA analysts, Alex Powell and Annaleah Westerhaug join John Stimpson to discuss their report, “Maritime Sabotage: Lessons Learned and Implications for Strategic Competition.” The Strategic Value of Maritime Sabotage Biographies Alex Powell is a Research Analyst on CNA’s Countering Threats and Challenges  Program. His work has focused on issues
cna talks: China's Economic Statecraft: Indo-Pacific Responses to China’s Acquisition of Foreign Technology
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In this episode of CNA Talks, Rose Tenyotkin and Satu Limaye discuss the legal economic tools China uses to acquire foreign technology.
analyzed India's foreign and security policies and researched Indo-Pacific maritime strategy. ContactName /*/Contact/ContactName ContactTitle /*/Contact/JobTitle ContactEmail /*/Contact
cna talks: Polar Politics: Australia's View
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CNA Analyst Nilanthi Samaranayake sits down with Dr. Rebecca 'Bec' Strating of Australia's La Trobe University, to discuss Australia's interests in Antarctica.
Polar Politics: Australia's View CNA Analyst Nilanthi Samaranayake sits down with Dr. Rebecca 'Bec' Strating of Australia's La Trobe University, to discuss Australia's interests in Antarctica. Polar Politics: Australia's View Biographies Nilanthi Samaranayake  directs the Strategy and Policy Analysis Program. She has led several studies at CNA on Indian Ocean and South Asia security ... Director of the La Trobe Asia team at La Trobe University in Australia. She is the author of the new book,   Defending the Maritime Rules-based Order: Regional Responses to the South China Sea Disputes
cna talks: Proxy Warfare
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In this episode, Bill Rosenau and Zack Gold sit down with Kasey Stricklin to discuss their report on proxy warfare. They discuss what makes proxy warfare an attractive option for policymakers, and some of the potential pitfalls. Finally, Bill and Zack point out that in the era of great power competition, proxy warfare is likely to become more frequent.
extremism, and non-state armed groups. At CNA, his recent research topics include U.S. efforts against Al-Qaeda, transnational challenges to U.S. national security, North Africa maritime capacity
story-of-cna
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in 1942 to all elements of Navy and Marine Corps operations and later to such civilian interests as public health, justice, and homeland security. CNA today advises military, federal, state and city ... . That legacy can be seen today in CNA’s Strategy, Policy, Plans, and Programs division, as well as the China and Indo-Pacific Security Affairs division. In the gap between two wars in Asia, a much more ... had been antisubmarine warfare, a natural fit for CNA since 1942. The USSR’s nuclear-armed submarines were an all-consuming threat to national security at the time. As many as 40 CNA analysts were