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Understanding Russia’s Interest in Conflict Zones

Russia’s involvement in less-developed, fragile, and conflict-ridden countries has grown over the last several years and raises questions about the Kremlin’s interests, motives, and intentions. For the first decade or…

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TSA Needs to Improve Monitoring of the Deployed...

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) does not monitor the Advanced Imaging Technology system (AIT) to ensure it continues to fulfill needed capabilities for detecting non-metallic threat items concealed on air…

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A Survey of Russia: Security Topics for 2020 and...

Although US security concerns have recently focused to a large degree on China, it is Russia that is the unpredictable wildcard. The country has stumbled in more ways than one…

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Strategic Stability and the Global Race for...

This edition of the ACIS Papers series looks at the challenges involved in preserving strategic stability in a modern environment of technology-fueled great power competition, arguing the importance of meeting…

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How to Engage the Enemy: The Case for National...

For decades, US policy has worked to isolate North Korea from the international community as well as from the United States itself. North Korea threatens US allies in the region…

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United States Strategy to Prevent Conflict and...

The United States Strategy to Prevent Conflict and Promote Stability seeks to break the costly cycle of fragility and promote peaceful, self-reliant nations that become U.S. economic and security partners.…

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Noblis ScanCenter – A Premier Continuous...

The Noblis Continuous Monitoring as a Service (CMaaS) solution utilizes our ScanCenter application to achieve comprehensive agency FedRAMP compliance at speed and at scale. The Noblis CMaaS solution significantly eases…

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Homeland Threat Assessment

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is the first and last line of defense against the many threats facing our country. Our ability to mitigate these threats is predicated on…

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Evolving Approaches to the “Middle East WMD-Free...

In this ACIS Paper, Assistant Secretary Ford looks back at the history of efforts to implement the Middle East WMD-Free Zone called for in the Resolution on the Middle East…

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Enhancing the Security and Integrity of America’s...

Key takeaways of  The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy: • Principled international collaboration and foreign contributions are critical to the success of the U.S. research enterprise. •…

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DHS Has Limited Capabilities to Counter Illicit...

DHS’ capability to counter illicit UAS activity remains limited. On November 8, 2018, the former DHS Secretary issued an internal memorandum calling for a uniform approach to DHS’ expansion of…

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U.S. Regulation of Chinese Stocks

Tensions between the United States and China have again moved to center stage. In recent weeks, the Trump Administration has ordered China to close its Houston consulate over allegations of…

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Annual Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence...

In the coming year, the United States and its allies will face a diverse array of threats that are playing out amidst the global disruption resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic…

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Strategic Approach For Arctic Homeland Security

Since the American flag was raised over Sitka, Alaska, in 1867, the United States has been an Arctic nation with extensive rights and responsibilities. Our regional national security interests and…

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Strengthening America & Countering Global Threats

At the beginning of each Congress, every member raises his or her right hand and swears an oath to support and defend the Constitution from all enemies, both foreign and…

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