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Washington Takes a Stand in the South China Sea
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In 2020, a senior U.S. government official used blunt language to publicly accuse Beijing of making unlawful maritime claims, and Washington finally began punishing companies that assist in China’s illegal island building.
Washington Takes a Stand in the South China Sea In 2020, a senior U.S. government official used blunt language to publicly accuse Beijing of making unlawful maritime claims, and Washington finally ... McDevitt focuses on U.S. security issues in East Asia. He founded CNA's Strategic Studies division in 2000, and since stepping down as a Vice President in 2012 has been active as a Senior Fellow, leading several major projects related to maritime disputes in the East and South China Seas and China's ambition to become a "great" maritime power. This summer was a very important period in the history
Symbolism and Capacity: Hospital Ships in the COVID-19 Response
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President Trump announced that Military Sealift Command's two hospital ships, USNS Comfort and Mercy, would join the response to COVID-19 by deploying to the West Coast and to New York City, respectively.
Symbolism and Capacity President Trump announced that Military Sealift Command's two hospital ships, USNS Comfort and Mercy, would join the response to COVID-19 by deploying to the West Coast and to New York City, respectively. /images/InDepth/Post41.jpg Symbolism and Capacity: Hospital Ships in the COVID-19 Response 41 Dr. Joshua Tallis Dr. Joshua Tallis is a research scientist in CNA's Fleet Plans and Requirement division with expertise in ocean security, polar affairs, and the role of naval operations in U.S. foreign policy. Tallis' work at CNA includes analyses on maritime security
cna talks: Foreign Policy Advice for the New Administration
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In light of this month’s presidential transition, six CNA analysts sat down to discuss foreign policy advice for the next administration. From Asia to Europe to the Middle East, the commentators covered some of the key areas of concern for the upcoming year and beyond. Topics included: North Korea’s nuclear capabilities Russia’s relationships with NATO, Syria and Turkey The Iran nuclear deal Chinese national interests The South China Sea Cyber threats Listen in for informed analysis on China, North Korea, Russia and more.
analyzing Russia’s military and foreign policy and is an expert on security issues in the former Soviet Union. Alexander Alden, a CNA analyst, is an expert in strategic planning, defense policy, deterrence and assurance, military modernization, arms transfers, security cooperation, the Middle East and Southeast Asia. Related Materials CNA’s   Strategic Studies division CNA’s   China Studies division CNA report,   Becoming a Great "Maritime Power": A Chinese Dream CNA report,   Iranian Operational Decision Making: Case Studies from the Iran-Iraq War CNA report
The AUKUS Submarine Agreement
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President Biden announced the creation of a new trilateral defense partnership to develop a nuclear-powered submarine fleet for Australia between the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom, called AUKUS.
focuses on international relations in the Indo-Pacific, military-to-military engagement, and maritime security affairs. Just two months after taking office, the Biden administration released its Interim National Security Strategic Guidance . This report marked a dramatic departure from the previous administration’s approach to foreign policy. It emphasized the importance of building ... States, Australia and the United Kingdom, called AUKUS. Aimed at addressing the complex and evolving security challenges in the Indo-Pacific region, the first initiative for this partnership
ai with ai: Leggo my Stego!
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Andy and Dave discuss the latest in AI news and search, including a report from the Government Accountability Office, recommending that the Department of Defense should improve its AI strategies and other AI-related guidance [1:25]. Another GAO report finds that the Navy should improve its approach to uncrewed maritime systems, particularly in its lack of accounting for the full costs to develop and operate such systems, but also recommends the Navy establish an “entity” with oversight for the portfolio [4:01]. The Army is set to launch a swarm of 30 small drones during the 2022 Experimental Demonstration Gateway Exercise (EDGE 22), which will be the largest group of air-launched effects the Army has tested [5:55]. DoD announces its new Chief Digital and AI Officer, Dr. Craig Martell, former head of machine learning for Lyft, and the Naval Postgraduate School [7:47]. And the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) takes over operational control of Project Maven’s GEOINT AI services [9:55]. Researchers from Princeton and the University of Chicago create a deep learning model of “superficial face judgments,” that is, how humans judge impressions of what people are like, based on their faces; the researchers note that their dataset deliberately reflects bias [12:05]. And researchers from MIT, Cornell, Google, and Microsoft present a new method for completely unsupervised label assignments to images, with STEGO (self-supervised transformer with energy-based graph optimization), allowing the algorithm to find consistent groupings of labels in a largely automated fashion [18:35]. And elicit.org provides a “research discovery” tool, leveraging GPT-3 to provide insights and ideas to research topics [24:24].
and other AI-related guidance [1:25]. Another GAO report finds that the Navy should improve its approach to uncrewed maritime systems, particularly in its lack of accounting for the full costs to develop ... ! Careers RSVP for AI and National Security: Gender, Race, and Algorithms at 12:00 pm EST on June 7th. Announcements / News GAO Report #1: DoD Should Improve AI Strategies, Inventory Process, and Collaboration Guidance Summary Full Report GAO Report #2: Navy Should Improve Its Approach to Uncrewed Maritime Systems Summary Full report Army To Test Its
cna talks: Polar Politics: Great Power Competition in the Arctic and Antarctic
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On this episode of CNA Talks, we are bringing you the first episode of our new occasional series, “Polar Politics,” hosted by Josh Tallis. In this series, CNA experts will discuss the strategic implications of the Polar Regions, in an era of Great Power Competition.  Ralph Espach and Nilanthi Samaranayake sit down to discuss the current state of play in the Polar Regions, and how the major players are positioning themselves to protect their interests in the regions.
and Antarctic Biographies Nilanthi Samaranayake   directs the Strategy and Policy Analysis Program. She has led several studies at CNA on Indian Ocean and South Asia security. Joshua Tallis   is a Research Scientist specializing in maritime security, irregular threats, and issues of naval and national security strategy. Ralph Espach   is an expert on inter-American security relations, especially regarding Central America and Brazil, the security implications of climate change, and security cooperation. Related Materials CNA InDepth : What do Greenland and Mauritius Have
cna talks: Polar Politics: Military Exercises in the Arctic
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In the second episode of our occasional series, “Polar Politics,” Adam Clemens and Mallory Ladd join Josh Tallis to discuss their experiences supporting Naval exercises in the Arctic.
supporting Naval exercises in the Arctic. Polar Politics: Military Exercises 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 Arctic maritime security.   Adam Clemens is currently the CNA field representative to the Second Marine Expeditionary Force. He has observed and analyzed multiple exercises and has studied
cna talks: The PLA's Role in China's COVID-19 Response
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Like many militaries, China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) played a role in their COVID-19 relief efforts. What do these operations show us about the PLA’s domestic and international capabilities? In this episode of CNA Talks, Heidi Holz and Brian Waidelich discuss their recent report on this topic.
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. Brian Waidelich is a Research Scientist in CNA's Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Program . His research focuses on the People's Liberation Army (PLA) organization and Indo-Pacific maritime and space security issues. Rx PLA: The PLA Medical System’s Role in China’s Efforts to Fight COVID-19 CNA InDepth: Tonga Aid ContactName /*/Contact/ContactName ContactTitle /*/Contact/JobTitle
cna talks: Polar Politics: Rule of Law at the Poles (Part 2)
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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 how the Universal Law of the Sea is applied in the Arctic region, and examine the territorial disputes in the region.
  is an expert in transatlantic relations and international relations theory. His recent research topics include great power competition and the law of the sea. Mark Rosen   is an expert 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 Lawfare   - Could a Kiwi Sailor’s Northwest Passage Transit Break the Legal Ice Between Canada and the U.S.? CNA   - Unconstrained Foreign Direct Investment: An Emerging Challenge to Arctic Security
cna talks: Polar Politics: Rule of Law at the Poles (Part 1)
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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 Lawfare - Could a Kiwi Sailor’s Northwest Passage Transit Break the Legal Ice Between Canada and the U.S.? CNA - Unconstrained Foreign Direct Investment: An Emerging Challenge to Arctic Security