Center for a New American Security. March 21, 2012.
On March 21st, Dr. Colin H. Kahl, CNAS Senior Fellow, testified before the House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee. He discussed the security and political environment in the aftermath of the U.S. military withdrawal from Iraq, Iranian influence in Iraq and the prospects for continued U.S.-Iraq security cooperation. [Note: contains copyrighted material].
The Center for National Policy. March 5, 2012.
Hailed as one of the most important bilateral relationships of the twenty-first century, the US-India relationship has assumed added dimensions and increased importance over the last couple of decades. While the economic and commercial relationship has hogged the limelight for many years now, it’s time to examine another vital dimension of the relations between these two democracies—namely ‘security’. This piece highlights some important aspects of the US-India Security Relationship and offers ideas to make this more fruitful in the future. [Note: contains copyrighted material].
Center for Strategic & International Studies. January 2012.
The Arctic will experience extraordinary economic and environmental change over the next several decades. Commercial, human, and state interaction will rise dramatically. More drilling for oil and gas in the region and growing shipping and ecotourism as new shipping routes come into existence are just a few of the examples of increased human activity in the Arctic. As the region takes on greater economic importance, the Arctic requires a comprehensive regional and global security strategy that includes an increase in regional readiness and border security as well as an enhancement of strategic capabilities. [Note: contains copyrighted material].
http://csis.org/files/publication/120117_Conley_ArcticSecurity_Web.pdf [PDF format, 50 pages].