AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE AT A CROSSROADS: New Concepts and Technologies to Defend America’s Overseas Bases
COMING SOON! Our newest report on New Concepts and Technologies to Defend America's Overseas Bases authored by Mark Gunzinger and Carl Rehberg.
Workshop: Current State and Long-Term Prospects for China’s Defense and Strategic Technological Development
Organized by the University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, this one-day workshop examines these and other questions with a diverse line-up of leading subject matter experts in the study of China (political science, economics, technology, foreign relations, and national security) and strategic affairs.
The Gathering Pacific Storm: Emerging U.S.-China Strategic Competition in Defense Technological and Industrial Development, edited by Tai Ming Cheung and Thomas G. Mahnken
A rich and expansive discussion of this competition across a diverse range of domains, including air, sea, space, and emerging technologies, provides a comprehensive understanding of how complex and varied this contest is becoming, as well as its strategic and global implications.
The new release on American-Iranian relations by Eric Edelman and Ray Takeyh will be available on 1 July.
Join us for an in-depth panel discussion on Countering Comprehensive Coercion: Competitive Strategies Against Authoritarian Political Warfare
CSBA Global Release—COUNTERING COMPREHENSIVE COERCION by Thomas G. Mahnken, Ross Babbage, Toshi Yoshihara
Democratic nations are particularly vulnerable to comprehensive coercion because their open nature provides pathways for rivals to influence, Countering Comprehensive Coercion offers policymakers a better understanding of the threat they face.
Debuting in Brussels on 31 May, our new report will be available at csbaonline.org.