Center for Strategic Communication

Cyber Escalation: A Military Planner’s Blank Slate

Whether the United States will face an asymmetric, hybrid, or symmetric conflict in the coming years, cyber will assuredly take a place at the forefront of tactics used by opponents. As has already been seen in everything from headlines following the Office of...

American Security Quarterly – August 2014

The Russian annexation of Crimea and the scores of pro-Russia militants taking up arms in Eastern Ukraine — before it physically happened, you would be hard-pressed to find someone who labeled it a likelihood. This example of a ‘black swan event’ is far from the only...

American Security Project Featured in Desert Companion

Yesterday, the American Security Project was featured in the Desert Companion for our work across the country addressing climate change and national security. BGen Stephen A. Cheney, USMC (Ret.), LtGen Norman Seip, USAF (Ret.), and Andrew Holland’s discussions with...

ASP’s Cheney on The Takeaway

Yesterday on The Takeaway, ASP CEO, BGen Stephen Cheney, USMC (Ret.), discussed the changing state of affairs in national security in an episode titled What’s a Bigger Threat: Terrorism or Climate Change? “Long-term, we’re interested in our own national security and...