Spotlight

Geography Matters – Stimson’s Regional Security Programs

June 13, 2014

By Ellen Laipson and Michael Krepon: 

We are reflecting on our first quarter century in this series of essays; in this installment we explain the evolution of Stimson’s work on key

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How the market can undermine terrorism

June 11, 2014

By Barry Blechman and Jay Cohen: 

On October 29, 2010, airplanes carrying two unremarkable packages left Yemen. Were it not for an eleventh-hour intelligence tip, the bomb inside each

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US Administrator of USAID Dr. Rajiv Shah

June 11, 2014

US Administrator of USAID Dr. Rajiv Shah joined Chairman of the Board Lincoln Bloomfield, Jr., for a strategic conversation with an opinion leader in national security and international

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China’s New Calculations in the South China Sea

June 10, 2014

By Yun Sun:

In recent months, China's unilateral actions asserting its claims in the South China Sea (SCS) have driven regional tensions to a new high. China's well-calculated moves are

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Make Money, End Poverty

June 10, 2014

By Johan Bergenas: 

Governments at the United Nations are in full swing designing the next blueprint for global development, the successor to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

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Carnegie Corporation of New York: There from the start

June 09, 2014

By Cheryl Ramp: 

Before the ink was even dry on the incorporation papers of the brand-new Henry L. Stimson Center, the Carnegie Corporation of New York made its first investment in our

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Lessons Learned for Stabilization in Syria

June 09, 2014

Syria’s complex conflict poses a significant set of challenges for the United States. The Stimson Center, in cooperation with the US Institute of Peace, gathered a group of experts over

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How U.S. can reinvigorate India defense ties

June 06, 2014

By Vikram J. Singh and Joshua T. White:

Narendra Modi's landslide victory in last month's Indian general election has raised hopes that the country will break through the policy

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General Ryoichi Oriki visits the Stimson Center

June 06, 2014

Voices from Japan: National Security Speaker Series is an annual public symposium that aims to bring high-profile, senior-level Japanese individuals to Washington, DC for discussions

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Brazil’s World Cup ennui

June 06, 2014

By Johanna Mendelson Forman with Brian Finlay: 

The mood in Brazil is sour. With the much-coveted World Cup games less than a month away, it is hard to find the joy among Brazilians

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