Center for Strategic Communication

U.S. Begins Stealth Bombing Runs Over South Korea

Choe Sang-Hun / New York Times

The American military made a rare announcement that two nuclear-capable B-2 stealth bombers ran a practice bombing sortie over South Korea on Thursday, underscoring Washington’s commitment to defend its ally amid rising tensions with North Korea.


U.S. in the Role of Missile Mediator

Walter Pincus / The New York Times
The United States has quietly taken on the huge task of trying to organize regional ballistic missile defense networks, not only among NATO countries but also among nations in East Asia and the Middle East.


Modern nuclear deterrence begins with nuke locks

Tim Weiner / The Chicago Tribune

President Barack Obama says Iran might have a bomb in a year. To hold back the day, the U.S. and Israel have conducted cyberwar, and Israel has apparently assassinated Iranian scientists. But even if Israel attacks to stop Iran’s bomb-making now, the day will dawn.


Cyprus banks reopen amid tight security and tough curbs


Banks in Cyprus have reopened after a two-week closure amid EU-IMF bailout talks, with orderly queues for cash and strict limits on daily withdrawals.


Self-Driving Cars Could solve the Oil Crisis

Doron Levin/CNN

Earlier this month, President Obama proposed spending $2 billion over the next decade to find an alternative to operating cars and trucks on oil — an idea that has been catnip to the political class.


ASP Published Today

The Global Security Defense Index on Climate Change: Preliminary Results

The American Security Project releases the preliminary results of a new resource on climate change and national security: The Global Security and Defense Index on Climate Change. The Index analyzes how governments around the world and their militaries plan for and anticipate the strategic threats of climate change.


On Our Flashpoint Blog

The China Question

August Cole

One of the best benefits of learning a new language is you begin to understand your own a lot better. With that in mind, it is worth looking at China for an important window into how a country that some expect will become the world’s largest economy in a few years is wrestling with a political system and a leadership class struggling to stay connected to the nation’s wider population.

Event Summary: A Conversation with Anita Friedt: Nuclear Priorities 2013

Brian Kastner

On Wednesday, The American Security Project hosted Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Arms Control, Verification and Compliance, Anita Friedt to discuss the State Department’s nuclear priorities.


ASP Senior Fellow Andrew Holland Featured in Macleans Magazine

Andrew Holland was quoted today in an Macleans article that discussed environmental protests over the Keystone XL pipeline.


ASP Upcoming Events

Nation Branding and Global Politics: A Conversation with Sir Martin Sorrell

Join ASP for an insightful conversation on nation branding with Sir Martin Sorrell, founder and CEO of the world’s largest advertising group:


Major General Muniruzzaman in Conversation: Climate Change and Global Security

Join us for a conversation with Major General Muniruzzaman (Ret.), and ASP’s CEO Brigadier General Stephen Cheney, USMC (Ret.), both of whom are members of the Global Military Advisory Council on Climate Change (GMACCC), with General Muniruzzaman as Chairman.


A Conversation with Tobias Ellwood MP: The UK in the EU and the future of Transatlantic Cooperation

The European Union (EU) is going through major political and economic changes. There is much debate on the future of the United Kingdom within the institutions of the EU. Join us to discuss this and many more issues with Tobias Ellwood MP.


 The Future of U.S. Nuclear Deterrent: A Conversation with Amb. Linton Brooks

Join us for a conversation with Linton Brooks, Ambassador and former Administrator for the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA).