"*" indicates required fields

Perspective – Women in the Military

Women in the U.S. military comprise approximately 17 percent of personnel and are a vital part of modern force structure, providing numerous benefits to the Armed Forces. Despite their importance, women face many structural and cultural challenges in their military experience.

Military fitness hero slider

Call-to-Action: Evidence-Based Care of Overweight and Obesity in the United States Armed Forces

American Security Project and over 50 signatories call on the Department of Defense to improve their identification and treatment guidelines for overweight and obesity.

The U.S.-India Relationship: Navigating Strategic Multi-Alignment

Prioritizing economic growth over great power alignment, India remains strategically neutral on key geopolitical divides in the 21st century. To strengthen its partnership with the world’s most populous democracy, Washington will need to maximize Delhi’s benefits while ensuring strong commitment to human rights and democratic values.

Key Reads

Forum on China-Africa Cooperation

The U.S. is Losing the Great Power Competition in Africa

Renewing African trust and engagement will be a difficult diplomatic challenge requiring both creative traditional and public diplomacy, but it is ...

ASP In the News: LTG Daniel Christman Discusses Ammunition Production in Real Clear Defense

In Real Clear Defense, LTG Daniel Christman explores the multiple points of vulnerability of U.S. small arms ammunition production.

Mapping Florida’s Resilience Through a National Security Lens

Florida is home to USSOUTHCOM, USCENTCOM, and USSOCOM, as well as many key national security facilities. As such, any disruption in operations can ...

Posing in Front of Missiles

Iran’s Attacks in the Middle East: Ideological or Practical?

Last Tuesday, the Iranian government launched a series of missile strikes against what it called “terrorist hideouts” in Iraq, Syria, and Pakistan....

President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak meet in a courtyard

Trans-Atlantic Export Controls: Leaping Promises, Lagging Oversight

Trans-Atlantic export controls have expanded due to escalating tensions between the United States and China. Agencies are trying to keep up.

Perspective – Enabling Factors for Achieving U.S. Army Microgrid Goals

The U.S. Army has more than 130 installations worldwide and has a stated goal of operating a microgrid on all Army installations by 2035. With only...

Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner R. Gil Kerlikowske and U.S. Customs and Border Protection Deputy Commissioner Kevin K. McAleenan

As Congress Delays FISA Vote, Concerns over Privacy and Partisanship Persist

Legislators need to decide whether introducing new privacy and partisanship laws are worth the potential national security vulnerabilities.

To Counter Russian Disinformation, Innovate American Public Diplomacy

Russian disinformation is a threat to U.S. national security. Public diplomacy must reemerge to help counter it.

Rainbow fentanyl in opioid epidemic

The Opioid Epidemic’s Impact on the Military Threatens Readiness

As the third decade of the opioid epidemic closes, awareness of the problem and its impacts exists, but the end does not yet seem in sight.

Research and Programming

Climate Security

Through research and public engagements, ASP is fostering dialogue and building consensus on the national security impacts of climate change.

Nuclear Security

The spread of nuclear weapons and increasing numbers of nuclear forces worldwide represents the greatest danger to mankind.

Energy Security

ASP's energy security research covers the spectrum of energy sources, from nuclear, wind, and solar, to fusion and other innovative technologies.