In a March 17th Harvard Gazette article , CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns discussed the motivation behind Putin's support of the Crimean referrendum.
CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield Discusses the Implementation of a Tripwire to Deter Continued Russian Aggression in Bloomberg View
In a March 15th Bloomberg View article, CSPC Fellow James Kitfield discussed the utility of placing a 'tripwire' in Ukraine to act as a deterrent against Russian aggression, demonstrated by their r
On March 13th, 2014, the AMVETS Department of Maine congratuled Senator Susan Collins after receiving the Publius Award at the 47th Annual Awards Dinner.
Governor Jon Huntsman Interviews CSPC Trustee Ambassador Thomas Pickering on P.O.T.U.S. Radio About U.S. Response to Ukraine Crisis
On a March 10th segment of P.O.T.U.S.
CSPC President & CEO President Maxmillian Angerholzer III and Vice Chairman David Abshire Apply Historical Lessons to Ukraine and Venezuela
In a March 8th Real Clear Politics article, CSPC President & CEO Maxmillian Angerholzer III and Vice Chairman David Abshire discuss the "new fault line of our time" emerging in both Venezuela a
CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns Examines the Diplomatic Challenges Concerning the Invasion of Crimea
On a March 4th installment of Andrea Mitchell Reports, CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns discussed the recent invasion of Crimea by the Russian military, led by President Vladimir Putin.
CSPC Vice Chairman David Abshire Comments on the 'Icy' Relationship between President Obama and Congress
In a February 24th article published in The Christian Science Monitor, CSPC Vice Chairman David Abshire remarked that there are ways to quell the strained relationship between President Obama and C
CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns Comments on the Violence in Ukraine and its Global Implications
In an article published in The Boston Globe on February 26, CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns commented that the recent political struggle within the Ukraine, mirrored what occured during the
In a February 24th article in The Atlantic, CSPC Senior Fellow Norm Ornstein reflected on the announcement of retirement by the longest serving Congressman, John Dingell.
CSPC Vice Chairman David Abshire Reflects on George Washington's Use of Civility and Compromise Throughout his Political Career
CSPC Vice Chairman David Abshire reflected on the personality of founding father and first President George Washington in a February 18th article in Real Clear Politics.