Event Recap: Thinking Cleary About the ‘Infinite Game’: A Look at Great Power Competition Over the Next Administration

On January 14th, the American Security Project (ASP) hosted a virtual seminar as part of its series “Looking Beyond the First 100 Days: Challenges and Opportunities for a New Biden Administration”. ASP COO Andrew Holland moderated a discussion between Congressman Don Bacon (R-NE) and ADM William Fallon, USN (Ret.) on the future of great power competition and what to expect from the new presidential administration.Read more...

No Clear Skies Ahead: Assessing the Future of the Open Skies Treaty

To ensure the safety and security of the U.S. and our allies, the Biden administration should look to rejoin the OST, but not without thoroughly reassessing and reevaluating its content and relevance. This can be achieved through an emphasis on mutual nuclear transparency concerns and global security threats in a changing international system, supported by renewed scientific collaboration. Read more...

Armenia, Azerbaijan, and the World: How a Territory Dispute in the Caucasus Implicates International Security

The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is primed for broad geopolitical participation due to its unique position for delivering energy, and the defensive alliances that support each state. Should the regional powerbrokers fail in their diplomatic approaches, a full-scale war on the edge of Europe promises a multi-state conflict.Read more...

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