Congress Returns to Doing Nothing; CSPC Senior Fellow Norman Ornstein

In a September 4th article published in the National Journal, CSPC Senior Fellow Norman Ornstein discusses t

CSPC Director of Policy & Board Relations Dan Mahaffee featured in Help Net Security Interview

CSPC Director of Policy & Board Relations, Dan Mahaffee was featured in an August 25th Help Net Security Interview where he discussed the Center's recently released Electrical Grid & Cybers

Electrical Grid & Cybersecurity Report summarized in Intelligent Utility Newsletter

Intelligent Utility recently published a thorough summary of the Center's Electrical Grid & Cybersecurity report both electronically, and in their monthly newsletter.

Why Washington Should Declare War on ISIS; CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield

In a National Journal piece published on August 20th, CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield calls attention to the frightening force that ISIS has become, and makes a strong case for stark act

Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn discusses legacy with CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield

In an article published in Breaking Defense on August 8th, CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield interviews outgoing DIA chief Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn. 

CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein Discusses the Future of the Civil Service System in the U.S.

In an April 3rd article in Government Executive, CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein examined how a rise in partianship in Washington, D.C.

CSPC Director of Policy Dan Mahaffee Quoted in China's Xinhua About The Future of the Democratic Party

On Thursday, November 21 CSPC Director of Policy Dan Mahaffee discussed in China's Xinhua Daily how the rollout of the Affordable Care Act has led some in the Democratic Party to consider distancin

U.S. misses Latin America's role in global power balance; Francis Rooney and Max Angerholzer

Published in the Orlando Sentinel this morning, CSPC Trustee Francis Rooney and CSPC President & CEO Max Angerholzer write about the current state of U.S.

Learn, but don’t overlearn, Vietnam’s lessons; CSPC Trustee Nicholas Burns

CSPC Trustee Nicholas Burns discusses the possibility of the “Vietnam syndrome” hanging over American foreign policy, and its dangers.  Please follow this

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