US-Japan-Australia Security Cooperation: Prospects and Challenges

April 16, 2015

Yuki Tatsumi and Hana Rudolph: 

The Asia-Pacific region is undergoing dynamic power shifts and witnessing new and emerging security threats. In the midst of this dynamic, the United

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A New Home for Stimson’s Next 25 Years

April 13, 2015

More than ever before, global threats transcend national borders and force us to seek concrete solutions to common challenges. Effectively doing so requires a first-rate team and

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Should Food Security be a National Security Issue?

April 09, 2015

By Johanna Mendelson Forman and Levi Maxey: 

Food security as a policy issue has evolved to reflect the dynamism of global events. The increasing attention paid to food’s impact

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Bridging the Divide: Transboundary Science & Policy Interaction in the Indus Basin

April 07, 2015

The Stimson Center’s Bridging the Divide: Transboundary Science & Policy Interaction in the Indus Basin is the ambitious outcome of Stimson’s Indus Basin Science Policy Visiting Fellows

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Opportunities of the Obama Visit

April 06, 2015

By Debra Decker: 

When President Obama visits with Caribbean leaders April 9 in Jamaica, broad trade and security issues should top his agenda. Trade growth in the Americas can drive

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A Breakthrough in Cooperation on the Nile?

April 02, 2015

By David Michel and Ricky Passarelli: 

Last week, Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan signed a landmark “Declaration of Principles” on the development of the Nile, provisionally defusing years

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A Choke-point Strategy on the Dark Web

March 31, 2015

By Levi Maxey: 

Did you know that when you “google” something you only access a fraction of the World Wide Web? Indeed, commercial search engines only scratch the surface, about

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The Perils of Peacekeeping in Unstabilized Environments

March 27, 2015

By Sofia Sebastian: 

In January, Head of UN Peacekeeping Operations Hervé Ladsous told the UN Security Council that the situation in northern Mali remains “extremely volatile” in light

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Joshua T. White Named Senior Advisor & Director for South Asian Affairs at National Security Council

March 26, 2015

The Stimson Center announced today that Joshua T. White, Senior Associate and Co-Director of the South Asia program, is taking leave from the Center to join the National Security

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Barry M. Blechman, Francis Q. Hoang, Courtney Banks Spaeth Join Stimson Board

March 26, 2015

The Stimson Center is pleased to announce today the newest members of the organization’s Board of Directors: Francis Q. Hoang and Courtney Banks Spaeth. The Center also welcomes back to

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