China’s War on the Law of the Sea Treaty and Implications for the U.S.

While the US fails to pass the Law of the Sea, China is doing everything it can to undercut the convention.

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The Arctic at the Center of World Affairs

President Obama’s visit to Alaska for the GLACIER conference is an important reminder about America’s Arctic, and about the importance of climate change. ASP’s work on the Arctic has focused on three overlapping themes: energy, climate change, and national security.

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DoD Report on Security Implications of Climate Change

The US Department of Defense released the “Report on National Security Implications of Climate-Related Risks and a Changing Climate.”

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American Security Project 2015-07-27 18:42:40

American Security Project announces the launch of The Business Council for American Security (BCAS), a permanent membership group supporting ASP.

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Panel Recap: Can the IAEA Effectively Verify the Iran Nuclear Agreement?

The Iran Nuclear Agreement placates one major concern regarding international security. This deal ensures that Iran’s nuclear program will be severely limited to peaceful purposes.

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Secretary Hagel Rejoins The American Security Project

The Board of Directors of the American Security Project officially welcomed one its founders, former senator and former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel in rejoining the board.

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From over the Pond – Four things to watch after the UK’s General Election

The United States has a strategic interest in its partnership with the UK - so what are the four key issues that the United States should watch out for in any coalition deal?

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ABE-SAN COMES TO WASHINGTON: 5 THINGS TO WATCH

For Japanese and U.S. national security watchers alike, here are five points to pay close attention to as Abe seeks to reposition Japan for the world stage

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America’s Role in the Arctic: Opportunity and Security in the High North

Today, melting ice is opening the Arctic to economic exploitation. Inevitably, geopolitics has followed, with countries as far from the Arctic as China, India, and Singapore expressing interest in the region. Russia has significantly stepped up its military activity along their Arctic shore and in the Arctic Sea. In April, 2015, the United States will […]

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