What National Security Risks Does Huawei Really Pose?
To understand any potential dangers presented by the Chinese company, we need to understand the difference between vulnerabilities, backdoors, and bugdoors.
Why Climate Experts Are Worried About Trump's New Panel on Climate Change and National Security
Multiple proposed panelists have publicly expressed their skepticism of human-caused climate change.
Is Recep Erdoğan Losing His Grip on Turkish Politics?
The authoritarian leader attempted to turn recent local elections into a referendum about national security. The results suggest his tactics did not work.
The U.S. Will Withdraw From the INF Treaty. Experts Say This Could Start a Nuclear Arms Race.
The Trump administration argues that Russia deserves the blame for the treaty's collapse, although withdrawal is not likely to restore the country's compliance.
There Still Aren't Enough Women Working in National Security. And That's a Problem.
Last year, President Donald Trump signed a piece of legislation aimed at bringing gender inclusivity into the Department of State, but thus far there have been no tangible signs of progress.
Global Scrutiny of Huawei Increases Amid Privacy and National Security Concerns
The company's close ties to the Chinese government, accusations of intellectual property theft, and technological vulnerabilities has thrown its future into doubt.
Trump Is Making It Easier for the U.S. to Launch Cyber Attacks
President Donald Trump on Wednesday undid an Obama-era policy that set limits on how the United States deploys its cyber weapons.
Teaching Gender in the Classroom Is a National Security Issue
You can't understand international security without thinking about gender and the many ways it influences behavior, access, and opportunity.
Here Are All the Ways Climate Change Presents a Threat to National Security
Donald Trump's decision to omit climate change from his National Defense Authorization Act caused quite a stir.
The Rising Concern About Security at Trump Properties
Two dozen House members have asked White House counsel to intervene, saying "these networks may already be stolen and the systems may already be compromised."
When Politicians Complain About Political Correctness
This new strain of complaint about political correctness is really just a warmed over version of the old complaints about politicians hamstringing national security matters.
Is There Really a Link Between Climate Change and National Security?
It would appear so, going by current research.
What If Education Reform Got It All Wrong in the First Place?
That’s the conclusion of a growing number of researchers who argue that 30 years of test scores have not measured a decline in public schools, but are rather a metric of the country’s child poverty and the broadening divide of income inequality.
The Border Between Mexico and the United States Is Already Secure
If fixing the U.S.-Mexico border is the hold-up on comprehensive immigration reform, then there is no hold-up.