The Bear is Inside the Wire; CSPC Senior Fellow Frank Cilluffo

CSPC Senior Fellow Frank Cilluffo and Sharon L. Cardash discuss the recent Russian hack into the White House's servers in a blog post on the Atlantic Council's website.  

CSPC Chairman Ambassador Tom Pickering commenting on the Iran nuclear deal

CSPC Chairman Ambassador Tom Pickering is quoted in a Philly.com article commenting on the timeline of a nuclear deal with Iran. 

How Obama can win on Iran; CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns

In an opinion piece in the Boston Globe, CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns outlines ways in which the Obama Administration can make the Iran nuclear deal a success. 

Shoot, Move, Communicate; CSPC Senior Fellow Frank Cilluffo

Published in the Military Review CSPC Senior Fellow Frank Cilluffo and Dr. Joseph R.

President Obama's unrecognized legacy; CSPC Trustee David Gergen

In an opinion piece published by CNN CSPC Trustee David Gergen reflects on one of President Obama's lasting legacies.  

CSPC Awards Dinner in Roll Call

Roll Call reporter, Jason Dick, writes about the Center's 48th annual award dinner on March 25, 2015 where Governors Terry McAuliffe and Rick Snyder were honored with the Publius Award. 

Boris Nemtsov illuminates anew the problem with Putin; CSPC Trustee Nicholas Burns

CSPC Trustee Nicholas Burns writes of Boris Nemstov's recent murder in an opinion piece published by The Boston Globe.  

Death of American Ally a Potential Nail in Iraq’s Coffin; CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield

Published by National Journal CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield examines the potential impact of the death of Sheikh Qassem al-Janabi.

Bibi vs. Barack: It's time for a truce; CSPC Trustee David Gergen

In an opinion piece published by CNN, CSPC Trustee David Gergen writes of the perilous relationship between President Obama and President Netanyahu, and examines why both parties should co

Why We Need to Hear Netanyahu; CSPC Trustee Mike Rogers

Published by Politico, CSPC Trustee Mike Rogers discusses why Congress needs to hear President Netanyahu's address on March 3, 2015. 

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