Cyberspace has become center stage for international competition and confrontation.
Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis travels to Europe in an effort to reassure allies of U.S. commitment to NATO and its willingness to engage with Europe on security and defense issues.
If the new inter-Korean military agreement signed by the leaders of North and South Korea is implemented, the chances of miscalculation or accident escalating to war will subside. However, there a serious challenge to bolster progress towards stable peace on the peninsula.
Under Trump, U.S. democracy policy has reached its lowest ebb in forty years. If the United States continues this course for two more years, it will be stranded on the sidelines, or even on the wrong side, of the global democratic struggle.
Image manipulation is nothing new. But deepfake is different and more dangerous because the technology is used as a weapon.
Washington thinks punitive measures will change Moscow’s calculus, but the Russian economy is doing just fine.
What might a realistic approach to one of the most complex and delicate nuclear negotiations ever attempted look like? Here’s why the United States and North Korea must tread carefully to resolve their impasse.
In his speech to the United Nations General Assembly this week, President Trump praised sovereignty, while setting diplomatic targets that cannot be met. As a result, his offers of dialogue are empty, and the world knows it.
On September 25, the Carnegie Moscow Center held a discussion on the future of the U.S.-Russia relationship featuring Ivo H. Daalder from the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and Lev Gudkov from Levada Center.
President Trump’s new tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods begins on Monday. The impact on the U.S. economy is expected to be less severe but still substantial.