Professor Jason Healey, a Senior Research Scholar specializing in the political dimensions of cyber space, has written an opinion piece for the Passcode section of the Christian Science Monitor. In “Even if flawed, cybertheft deal with China is win for Obama,” Healey argues that critics of the recent China-US deal against commercial cyberespionage have overlooked […]
Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO) published the Rimlands Project Papers
June 20, 2018 To the Editor: Re “Trump Raises Stakes in Trade Conflict With a $200 Billion Threat” (Business Day, June 19): As President Trump stumbles toward an all-out trade war with China, most attention is being paid to the damaging effects it would have on the American economy, including many of his own supporters. But […]
JUNE 10, 2018 The big question now is: will the Trump presidency be a bridge toward a more positive or negative recalibration of America’s role in the world? What if there was a major Palestinian uprising and nobody came? In the seventy years since the founding of the state of Israel, […]
On May 11th, 2018, Saltzman senior research scholar Jason Healey was a guest on an episode of the RSA Conference podcast entitled ‘Securing Government and National Infrastructure.’ Topics addressed in this episode included: •What does today’s threat landscape look like and how can we address its many challenges? •Have there been changes in breakout time […]
Foreign Affairs published a review of institute affiliate Cynthia Roberts’ new book, “The BRICS and Collective Financial Statecraft.” The full article can be found here.
Institute member Page Fortna was quoted this week in a Slate article regarding the recent American airstrikes on Syria. The full article can be found here.