CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield on Election Reform

Published by The Daily Beast CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield writes on successful reforms made to our electoral process in Maine, Michigan, Missouri, and Colorado. 

Will Trump be partisan brawler or smart dealmaker with Congress? CSPC SVP Dan Mahaffee

Writing for The Hill CSPC SVP Dan Mahafee writes of the likelihood of President Trump's Administration working across the aisle with a now divided Congress. 

CSPC President & CEO Rep. Glenn Nye joins the MidPod Podcast

CSPC President & CEO Rep. Glenn Nye joined the MidPod Podcast to discuss political polarization and ways we can work together to reform our current political process. 

CSPC Hosts Presidential Fellows in Washington

Earlier this month, CSPC welcomed over 40 students to Washington, D.C. for the Fall Presidential and International Fellows Leadership Conference.

Statesmanship Is Not Dead; CSPC President & CEO Rep. Glenn Nye

Published by The Hill, CSPC President & CEO Rep.

Heroism on Robert’s Ridge; CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield

Published by Breaking Defense, CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield tells the harrowing story of heroism surrounding Air Force Combat Controller John Champman's death on Roberts Ridge. 

Congress smartly moves forward on American national defense in space; Joshua Huminski

Joshua Huminski, Director of the Mike Rogers Center for Intelligence & Global Affairs at CSPC, recently penned an opinion piece in The Hill praising Congress for taking action defendin

Trump’s artless deals on the world stage; CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield

CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield writes for Yahoo News where he analyzes President Trump's deal-making approach to foreign policy and the ramifications of a recent overseas tour.

Time for United States to reassure NATO commitment on world stage; CSPC Senior Adviser Michael Stecher

Published by The Hill, CSPC Senior Adviser Michael Stecher writes on the need for the United States and all NATO members "to work to reinvigorating their relationship to the Omaha milkman."

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