The leaders of South Korea and the United States must pave a new path. President Yun Seok-yeol took office, emphasizing the expansion of Korea's statu... Continue Reading
In an interview with Boyd Matheson on Inside Sources, Bryan Clark discusses what America should be doing when it comes to Ukraine.
Russia’s willingness to use force in Europe creates incentives for a division of labor between Europe and the United States. This allows Europe to f... Continue Reading
Supporting Ukraine’s defense against Russia’s unjust invasion is a bright spot of bipartisanship in an otherwise polarized country. But Americans... Continue Reading
Circumstances are forcing Israel to rethink its position in world affairs.
Russia reasserted itself militarily in Syria and has now invaded Ukraine.... Continue Reading
In 2020, US officials announced that Huawei Technologies had the ability to secretly access mobile phone networks through “back doors” originally ... Continue Reading
The Biden administration rolled out the red carpet last week for leaders of eight of the 10 members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. Hos... Continue Reading
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine catapulted unmanned systems to the front lines of modern warfare. Long considered too slow or unsophisticated to fight ... Continue Reading
American industry’s role in making computer chips is not what it used to be, and the shrinkage has created national-security vulnerabilities. Americ... Continue Reading
Cardinal Joseph Zen, bishop emeritus of Hong Kong, was arrested yesterday evening under the vaguely worded National Security Law, formally charged, an... Continue Reading
With the world still reeling from the fall of Afghanistan and the invasion of Ukraine, Host Marshall Kosloff talks with Hudson Senior Fellow Rebeccah ... Continue Reading
The arrival this month of Top Gun’s long-awaited sequel perfectly captures the problem facing U.S. naval aviation.
The 1986 original took place... Continue Reading
**WASHINGTON** — Hudson Institute released the following statement on the passing of Midge Decter, who served as an executive assistant and editor ... Continue Reading
The teal independents claim they are a natural fit in the electorates they seek to represent. That is, they are locals with accomplishments of their o... Continue Reading
Nowhere outside the former Soviet Union did Vladimir Putin have more success in rebuilding Russia’s great-power position than in the Middle East. No... Continue Reading
The Islamic Republic of Iran can be a real pill.
Just ask the diplomats who spent the better part of a year working in Vienna to resurrect the Iran n... Continue Reading
By foiling Russia’s initial invasion attempt, Ukraine’s valiant defenders have exposed some of the Russian military’s many limitations. As they ... Continue Reading
The usually calm and cool spokesman John Kirby became uncharacteristically emotional when discussing Russia’s latest offensive. “It’s hard to lo... Continue Reading
Brutal and oppressive lockdowns continue in Shanghai, the latest in a weeks-long effort by the Chinese Communist Party to contain a devastating outbre... Continue Reading
In an interview on Fox Business Tonight, Rebeccah Heinrichs discusses U.S. military aid to Ukraine. ...
Islamism in the West has an almost 70-year history, dating back to when the first members of the Muslim Brotherhood, either students pursuing graduate... Continue Reading
The logic of war drove two high-powered visits to Ukraine last week. On a visit to the frontlines from Russia came Gen. Valery Gerasimov, chief of the... Continue Reading
For each of the last 26 years, the State Department has briefly mentioned the egregious practice of forced organ harvesting in China in its congressio... Continue Reading
Elon Musk is both the world’s richest person and one of society’s mostly visibly eccentric figures. As a result, his acquisition of Twitter has c... Continue Reading
The Biden administration’s defense approach recalls the Old West phrase describing a cowboy who talked big without the ability to back it up — “... Continue Reading
From tours of Silicon Valley to testimony on the Hill, the Department of Defense is acknowledging its struggle to effectively harness advancing commer... Continue Reading
Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has exposed deep failures in Russian strategic culture and undermined Russian prestige across the West. Viewed ... Continue Reading
Russia’s war against Ukraine has raised new fears of nuclear war. Though the thought of a nuclear war is new to many Americans, the Russian nuclear ... Continue Reading
In an interview on The John Batchelor Show, Peter Huessy discusses tactical nukes. ...
Hosts Marshall Kosloff and Mike Doran are joined by Visiting Fellow, Mohammed Khalid Alyahya, to evaluate how the U.S. strategy has evolved (or devolv... Continue Reading
In an appearance on CNN’s Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, Nate Sibley discusses criticism of the war in Ukraine from Russia’s financial elite. ...
Former cricket star-turned politician Imran Khan, who was voted out by Pakistan’s parliament from the office of prime minister, is back doing what h... Continue Reading
As a scene setter and challenge to global colleagues ahead of the IMF/World Bank annual meetings this week, US Treasury Secretary Janel Yellen suggest... Continue Reading
In an interview on CBS News, Bryan Clark discusses Russia’s military strategy as its forces push into eastern Ukraine. ...
Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has been a wake-up call. Footage of missile strikes and burned-out tanks reminds us that control of territory s... Continue Reading
In a podcast interview on CSIS’s “Babel: Translating the Middle East,” Michael Doran discusses U.S. power and influence in the Middle East. ...
In an interview on The Hugh Hewitt Show, Mike Doran discusses the Iran deal. ... Continue Reading
The Biden administration has sent Congress the United States’ sixth Nuclear Posture Review since the end of the “first” Cold War in 1991. While ... Continue Reading
In late June 2021, satellite images revealed that China was building 120 intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) silos on the edge of the Gobi Deser... Continue Reading
In an interview on NewsNation, Bryan Clark discusses the Russian offensive in Eastern Ukraine. ...
As Russia and Ukraine prepare for what could be the biggest tank battle in Europe since World War II, the future of Vladimir Putin’s war remains imp... Continue Reading
In an interview on The John Batchelor Show, Husain Haqqani discusses diplomacy between Pakistan and China.
The war in Ukraine has damaged the reputation of Russian arms. Heavy armor has proved especially vulnerable, but other weapons have also not performed... Continue Reading
In an interview on Defense and Aerospace Report’s Washington Roundtable, Patrick Cronin discusses defense issues, China, North Korea, Putin, Serbia, a...
In an interview on NewsNation, Bryan Clark discusses the sinking of the flagship of Russia’s Black Sea fleet. ...
In an interview on NewsNation, Bryan Clark discusses Russia’s military strategy in Mariupol. ...
Today is World Quantum Day. It’s the brainchild of a "network of quantum scientists()":https://worldquantumday.org/ from more than 65 countries, inc... Continue Reading
In an interview on NTD’s “China in Focus,” Riley Walters discusses the Yuan and the U.S. dollar. ...
In an interview on Fox News at Night, Michael Pillsbury discusses China’s lockdowns amid COVID outbreak....
With much of the national security community’s attention now turned to long-term competition with China, the race to sustain the United States’ global... Continue Reading
Putin’s war against Ukraine is far from Tehran. But if the Biden administration hopes to deter Russia in Ukraine, and its growing alliance with Chin... Continue Reading
President Joe Biden is getting tough on Iran. So says Washington Post columnist David Ignatius. “The Biden administration plans to reject an Iranian d... Continue Reading
In an interview on BBC News, Husain Haqqani discusses Imran Khan’s lost no-confidence vote. ...
In an interview on Arirang News, Patrick Cronin discusses the Yoon delegation’s visit to Washington and the possibility of a Yoon-Biden summit in Seou...
Host Marshall Kosloff talks with Hudson Institute Research Fellow, James Barnett, about his recent trip to Western & Southern Ukraine... Continue Reading
During the lead-up to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the Biden administration released an unprecedented amount of classified intelligence regarding R... Continue Reading
In an interview on News Nation, Bryan Clark discusses Russia’s strategic focus on the Donbas region. ...
In an interview with John Batchelor on the John Batchelor Show, Husain Haqqani discusses major leadership changes in Pakistan. ...
The headlines focused on Europe last week as Russia regrouped for another brutal assault on Ukraine, but the Indo-Pacific is also heating up. Kurt Cam... Continue Reading
In an interview on TRT World Now, Husain Haqqani discusses Pakistani Parliament’s vote of no-confidence against PM Imran Khan. ...
In an interview on Government Matters, Arthur Herman discusses Russian Naval strategy in the Black Sea. ...
Indisputable evidence of Russian war crimes has stunned the world as gruesome scenes continue to be exposed in Bucha, Ukraine—a town near Kyiv. The ... Continue Reading
The novel initiative is supposed to usher in a new era of American leadership across Asia. It’s a response to demand for more U.S. economic engageme... Continue Reading
The Counterbalance Podcast returns with hosts Marshall Kosloff and Mike Doran assessing the state of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and rising tensio... Continue Reading
For simulations to achieve maximum effectiveness, they must approximate reality, so it is fortuitous that this year’s crisis simulation is based on an... Continue Reading
In a podcast interview on VOA, Aparna Pande discusses India’s perspective on India-Russia relations. ...
Former US Treasury Assistant Secretary and FATF President Marshall Billingslea joins Nate Sibley to discuss the need for American leadership in respon... Continue Reading
U.S. deputy Treasury secretary Wally Adeyemo toured Europe last month on a drive to strengthen EU sanctions and bolster asset-freezing measures agains... Continue Reading
February 2020 turned out to be the last month to date of normal life in most of the world. Early in the month, a few cases of what came to be known as... Continue Reading
In an interview with Dan Abrams on News Nation, Casey Michel discusses sanctions on Putin's Daughters....
Ingul Hotel was struck by a Russian missile around 10 p.m. on March 22, for what reason no one is quite sure. The hotel was empty at the time save for... Continue Reading
In an interview with Maria Bartiromo on Fox Business, Rebeccah Heinrichs discusses sanctions on Russia.
In an interview with Shekhar Gupta on The Print, Husain Haqqani discusses Pakistan’s latest constitutional crisis. ...
Back in 2015, I was among those captivated by a Ukrainian television series, "Servant of the People" (which is now back on Netflix). First aired from... Continue Reading
Nigeria is suffering from a devastating criminal insurgency in its northwestern states. Thousands of militants, known colloquially as bandits, have t... Continue Reading
We are only six weeks into Vladimir Putin’s war against Ukraine, but the conflict has already settled into a familiar pattern. Both sides often go i... Continue Reading
In an interview on the John Batchelor Show, Husain Haqqani discusses PM Imran Khan’s no-confidence vote and terrorism in Africa.
In a podcast interview on Defense and Aerospace Report, Bryan Clark and Dan Patt discuss JADC2. ...
In an interview on BBC World News, Husain Haqqani discusses political turmoil in Pakistan. ...
At first, the speaker solemnly recounted, the invading aircraft dropped tear gas bombs but the “soldiers learned to scatter, waiting until the wind ... Continue Reading
Wars inflict horrendous human costs and transform international politics. The fall of the Axis powers of Germany and Japan in 1945 closed a violent er... Continue Reading
Hudson Institute Chinese strategy director Dr. Michael Pillsbury discusses how Hunter Biden’s correspondence with China could leave President Biden at...
On March 15, 44 B.C., Julius Caesar lay dead from 23 knife wounds inflicted by his assassins. The next day, the question on every Roman citizen’s mi... Continue Reading
The brutal Russian war on Ukraine and the Western response has brought into sharp relief the dangers of depending on Russian oil and natural gas. As t... Continue Reading
In an interview on the John Batchelor Show, Husain Haqqani discusses U.S.-Pakistan relations following the Afghanistan withdrawal. ... Continue Reading
Following is the full transcript of the Hudson Institute event titled The Olympics Boycott Series – Part 3: The New Threat to Religious Freedom in Hon... Continue Reading
How did China sustain meteoric economic growth amid vast corruption? Yuen Yuen Ang joins Nate Sibley to explore what powers China’s crony capitalism... Continue Reading
In Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion, momentum is with Ukraine. The United States must lead an effort to immediately give President Volody... Continue Reading
In an interview on CBC News, Husain Haqqani discusses Pakistan’s no-confidence vote against Prime Minister Imran Khan. ...
In an interview on the John Batchelor Show, Arthur Herman discusses NATO naval response to the Russian fleet. ...
I casually mentioned to the mayor that the town’s name, Truskavets, sounds vaguely Hungarian and, perhaps misunderstanding me, he was quick to note ... Continue Reading
China already has a foreign naval base in Djibouti, which is strategically located in the Horn of Africa. The draft security agreement with Solomon Is... Continue Reading
On March 17, the Pentagon rolled out a public version of its Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) strategy document. The eight-page summary ... Continue Reading
As the Russian "war against Ukraine rages on,()":https://www.foxnews.com/category/world/conflicts/ukraine the Biden administration continues to respon... Continue Reading
In an interview with Laura Ingraham on Fox News, Michael Pillsbury discusses Biden’s calls with Xi Jinping. ...
In an interview on Chicago’s Morning Answer, Nadia Schadlow discusses the reasons deterrence failed against Russia. ...
NATO leaders were united last week in their support for Ukraine’s military and pursuit of new ways to economically punish Russia for its unprovoked ... Continue Reading
In an interview with Josiah Neeley and Doug McCullough on the Urbane Cowboys podcast, Peter Rough discusses the Russian invasion of Ukraine, NATO’s re...
In an interview on CBS News, Nadia Schadlow discusses China’s role in the Russia-Ukraine conflict. ...