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1. Breaking Down the Arguments for and against U.S. Antitrust Legislation

2. Untapped Innovation? The Racial and Gender Divides That Hinder the U.S. Knowledge Economy

3. Counterterrorism from the Sky? How to Think Over the Horizon about Drones

4. Creating an Enabling Environment for Sustainable Water Infrastructure Financing

5. What Does $40 Billion in Aid to Ukraine Buy?

6. The Pillars Necessary for a Strong Domestic Semiconductor Industry

7. U.S. Defense Posture in the Middle East

8. Pushed to Extremes: Domestic Terrorism amid Polarization and Protest

9. U.S. Strategy: Rebalancing Global Energy between Europe, Russia, and Asia and U.S. Security Policy in the Middle East and the Gulf

10. Bridging U.S.-Led Alliances in the Euro-Atlantic and Indo-Pacific: An Inter-theater Perspective

11. The Department of Defense Contributions to Pandemic Response

12. Securing Medical Supply Chains with Trusted Trade Partners

13. Strategic Competition in the Financial Gray Zone

14. Regional Perspectives on the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework

15. Equity and Diversity in the Nation's Cyber Workforce: Policy Recommendations for Addressing Data Gaps

16. Space Threat Assessment 2022

17. Defense Acquisition Trends 2021

18. Beyond Foreign Military Sales: Opportunities to Enhance Japan-U.S. Defense Industrial Cooperation

19. A Shared Responsibility: Public-Private Cooperation for Cybersecurity

20. The Case for Cooperation: The Future of the U.S.-UK Intelligence Alliance

21. Measuring Congressional Impact on Defense Acquisition Funding

22. U.S. Military Forces in FY 2022: Peering into the Abyss

23. Securing Intellectual Property for Innovation and National Security

24. Data Protection or Data Utility?

25. Comments to the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security

26. Pursuing Effective and Conflict- Aware Stabilization: Framing and Constructing a Roadmap

27. America’s Military Spending and the Uncertain Costs of its Wars: The Need for Transparent Reporting

28. Self-Determination and U.S. Choices

29. Settling Kurdish Self-Determination in Northeast Syria

30. What to Look for in the FY 2020 Defense Budget Request

31. Beating the Air into Submission: Investing in Vertical Lift Modernization

32. Evaluating Consolidation and the Threat of Monopolies within Industrial Sectors

33. The Game Has Changed: Rethinking the U.S. Role in Supporting Elections in Sub-Saharan Africa

34. More Is Possible Now to Address North Korea’s Health and Humanitarian Needs

35. CSIS European Trilateral Track 2 Nuclear Dialogues

36. Korea, the JCPOA, and the Shifting Military Balance in the Gulf

37. Russian Meddling in the United States: The Historical Context of the Mueller Report

38. Masterpiece Theater: Missed Opportunities for Missile Defense in the 2020 Budget

39. The Changing Role of Energy in the U.S. Economy

40. U.S. Foreign Exchange Policy—Currency Provisions and Trade Deals

41. Harnessing Multilateral Financing for Health Security Preparedness

42. Space Threat Assessment 2019

43. The Impact of Rules of Origin on Supply Chains: USMCA’s Auto Rules as a Case Study

44. Innocent Bystanders

45. America’s Global Infrastructure Opportunity: Three Recommendations to the New U.S. Development Finance Corporation

46. Preventing Catastrophe in Afghanistan

47. Acquisition Trends, 2018: Defense Contract Spending Bounces Back

48. Challenges, Changes, and Continuity: The United States and a Fragmented Regional Order

49. Delivering Prosperity in the Indo-Pacific: An Agenda for Australia and the United States

50. The Higher Road: Forging a U.S. Strategy for the Global Infrastructure Challenge

51. Shifting the Burden Responsibly: Oversight and Accountability in U.S. Security Sector Assistance

52. U.S. Economic Engagement in Africa: Making Prosper Africa a Reality

53. Beyond the Ballot: How the Kremlin Works to Undermine the U.S. Justice System

54. A New Social Contract for the Northern Triangle

55. Strengthening the U.S.-Pacific Islands Partnership

56. The United States’ Soft War with Iran

57. Energy as a Source of Economic Growth and Social Mobility

58. Trade Policy on the 2020 Trail: The First Debate

59. U.S.–Southeast Asia Trade Relations in an Age of Disruption

60. Space Force or Space Corps?

61. The U.S. Department of Defense’s Role in Health Security

62. Sharpening Our Efforts: The Role of International Development in Countering Violent Extremism

63. Tell Me How This Ends: Military Advice, Strategic Goals, and the “Forever War” in Afghanistan

64. Home and Abroad: Building U.S. Global Economic Leadership on Strong Domestic Foundations

65. Dangerous Liaisons: Russian Cooperation with Iran in Syria

66. Creating a Real Peace in Afghanistan

67. China’s New 2019 Defense White Paper

68. Training the Next Revolution in American Manufacturing

69. Achilles’ Heel: Adding Resilience to NATO’s Fragile Missile Shield

70. Trade Policy on the 2020 Trail: The Second Debate

71. Federal Funding for Biosafety Research Is Critically Needed

72. Acquisition of Software-Defined Hardware-Based Adaptable Systems

73. The State of the Fighting in the Afghan War in Mid-2019

74. The Civil Challenges to Peace in Afghanistan

75. Where Are the Northern Triangle Countries Headed? And What Is U.S. Policy?

76. Transforming the U.S. and EU Electric Power Sectors

77. The Return of ISIS in Iraq, Syria, and the Middle East

78. Understanding DoD’s Defense-Wide Zero-Based Review

79. Emerging Technologies and Managing the Risk of Tech Transfer to China

80. Putin and Global Health: Friend or Foe?

81. Human Rights in a Shifting Landscape: Recommendations for Congress

82. The Era of the Gas Mega-Players

83. Does the United States Renegotiate Its Trade Agreements after They Are Signed?

84. Energy Spheres of Influence

85. Research Collaboration in an Era of Strategic Competition

86. U.S. Military Forces in FY 2020: The Struggle to Align Forces with Strategy

87. Strategic Directions for the United States International Development Finance Corporation (DFC)

88. Youth Violence Prevention in the United States

89. CSIS Brief: Beyond the Brink: Escalation and Conflict in U.S.-China Economic Relations

90. The Art of Summitry

91. Smart Money on Chinese Advances in AI

92. U.S. Military Forces in FY 2020: The Strategic and Budget Context

93. How Much Will the Space Force Cost?

94. The Evolution of the Salafi-Jihadist Threat

95. Renewing U.S. Economic Engagement with the Developing World

96. The Article II Mandate: Forging a Stronger Economic Alliance between the United States and Japan

97. After the Killing of Jamal Khashoggi: Muhammad bin Salman and the Future of Saudi-U.S. Relations