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Trump Believes In U.S. Power
Articles - January 31, 2018
 

In the national security section of Tuesday's State of the Union speech, President Donald Trump had a single, unifying message: The administration will confront America's international challenges with a realistic appreciation for the importance of U.S. power and leadership.

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 1313
Bulletins - January 30, 2018
 

Is Beijing playing ball on Iran?;
Chinese telecom makes inroads into Nepal

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2185
Bulletins - January 26, 2018
 

Whitewashing Stalin's purges;
Soviet nostalgia rears its head anew

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 1311
Bulletins - January 9, 2018
 

New anti-terror restrictions foreshadow squeeze on foreigners;
The PLA deploys in Doklam

 
NATO Next Steps: Upgrade The Role Of Finance Ministers
Articles - December 27, 2017
 

Next year's NATO summit, slated to take place July 11-12 in Brussels, will clarify just how serious the member states are about recommitting to collective defense. The assembled heads of state will also be in a position to assess how effectively and swiftly the alliance and its individual members are implementing key decisions taken last year at the 2016 Warsaw summit and the Brussels "mini-summit."

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2158
Bulletins - October 9, 2017
 

Russia, Europe edge closer to political divorce;
Facebook wises up to Russian propaganda... finally

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 1295
Bulletins - August 10, 2017
 

Beijing cracks down on VPNs;
China secures lease for Hambantota port

 
Russia Has Weaponized Energy
Articles - August 10, 2017
 

In January 2009, Eastern Europeans were rudely reminded of a very blunt fact: If Russia wants to shut off the gas, it can.

Angered by backlogged debts, Gazprom, Russia's massive state petroleum and natural gas corporation, cut off its supply of gas to neighboring Ukraine - and, through it, to parts of the European Union. For weeks in the dead of winter, millions of Europeans were stranded without power, as Gazprom and its Ukrainian counterpart Naftogaz blamed one another for the crisis. While the flow of gas eventually resumed, European governments emerged from the experience shaken, and for good reason.

 
Our Climate Is Our Security
Articles - August 1, 2017
 

Climate change has historically been a controversial topic, and former President Barack Obama was sharply criticized for addressing it during his time in office. However, the issue may be losing some of its political toxicity of late. More and more professionals and politicians on both sides of the aisle have begun speaking openly about the linkage between the environment and America's national security.

 
Resource Security Watch - No. 5
Bulletins - June 22, 2017
 

A fungal threat to food security;
Tracking population migration;
Pakistan's tanker mafia;
Peru's new scourge;
A breakthrough in Tanzania