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What’s in the US Intelligence Community’s 2024 Annual Threat Assessment?

What’s in the US Intelligence Community’s 2024 Annual Threat Assessment?

By Catherine Putz
China, Russia, and the usual suspects feature heavily in a tangled web of threats perceived by the U.S. intelligence community that range across the globe.

Pacific Leaders Agree on Vaccines But Not on US Hosting APEC

Pacific Leaders Agree on Vaccines But Not on US Hosting APEC

By Nick Perry and Jim Gomez
Russia reportedly refused to support the U.S. hosting the gathering in 2023, derailing the matter for now in the consensus-driven grouping.
US General Skeptical That Bounties Led to Troops’ Deaths

US General Skeptical That Bounties Led to Troops’ Deaths

By Associated Press
"I found it very worrisome. I didn't find that there was a causative link there," Gen. Frank McKenzie, the head of U.S. Central Command said.

Trump’s 2 Russias Confound Coherent US Policy

Trump’s 2 Russias Confound Coherent US Policy

By Associated Press
Russia is at once a mortal enemy and a misunderstood friend in U.S. eyes.

Trump Denies Knowledge of Intel Report on Russian Bounties for Killing Americans in Afghanistan

Trump Denies Knowledge of Intel Report on Russian Bounties for Killing Americans in Afghanistan

By Catherine Putz
A series of media reports, citing U.S. intelligence sources, allege that President Trump was briefed on an alleged Russian operation offering bounties for dead Americans in Afghanistan.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Implications of the US Withdrawal from the Open Skies Treaty

Implications of the US Withdrawal from the Open Skies Treaty

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
It is difficult to say what the future of arms control might be given the increasingly contentious nature of major power relations.

Should China Worry About the Russia-US Reset?

Should China Worry About the Russia-US Reset?

By (Frank) Ka-Ho Wong
It's unlikely even the coronavirus will be enough to thaw U.S.-Russia ties -- and break China-Russia bonds.
US Space Command: Russia Tested Direct Ascent Anti-Satellite Weapon

US Space Command: Russia Tested Direct Ascent Anti-Satellite Weapon

By Ankit Panda
The test did not involve the destruction of a satellite target.

Putin: Russia Ready to Extend New START With US ‘Without Any Preconditions’

Putin: Russia Ready to Extend New START With US ‘Without Any Preconditions’

By Ankit Panda
New START is slated for expiration in February 2021.

Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense, and Asia’s Changing Geopolitics

Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense, and Asia’s Changing Geopolitics

By Ankit Panda
Arms control dies, great powers stir

Are Russia and the US Finally on the Same Page in Afghanistan?

Are Russia and the US Finally on the Same Page in Afghanistan?

By Samuel Ramani
Not so fast, substantive cooperation between the two on ending the war remains elusive.
China and Russia Pose Different Problems for the US. They Need Different Solutions.

China and Russia Pose Different Problems for the US. They Need Different Solutions.

By James Dobbins, Howard J. Shatz, and Ali Wyne
One is a resurgent power focused on economic preeminence; the other a declining power fomenting chaos.

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