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.

100 days in, Trump's foreign policy; CSPC Senior Advisor Andy Keiser

CSPC Senior Advisor Andy Keiser penned an opinion piece published by The Hill describing ways in which the Trump Administration has positioned itself for foreign policy success during the

Trump's Foreign Policy Priority: Russia or China? CSPC Trustee Amb. Nicholas Burns

CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns recently joined Bloomberg to discuss which country should be President-Elect Trump's priority when foreign policy is concerned: Russia or China?

Why Europe and the U.S. have a lot riding on Greek elections; CSPC Nicholas Burns

Interviewed by PBS, CSPC Trustee Nicholas Burns explains why Europe on the U.S. should be paying close attention to the upcoming elections in Greece. 

A US-India comeback? CSPC Trustee Nicholas Burns

In a January 15, 2015 opinion piece published in the Boston Globe, CSPC Trustee Nicholas Burns discusses the importance of U.S.-India relations. 

Obama’s foreign policy needs conviction of leadership; CSPC Trustee Nicholas Burns

In a recent OpEd in the Boston Globe, CSPC Trustee Nicholas Burns discusses President Obama's most recent foreign policy speech and its implications.  

'All in' moment for a split-the-difference president; CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield

In a September 11th article published on Yahoo!News, CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield writes of the Obama Administration's recent statements on ISIS and American intervention with the group.  

CSPC Director of Policy Dan Mahaffee Quoted in the Washington Examiner

CSPC Director of Policy & Board Relations, Dan Mahaffee was quoted in a September 8th article published by the Washington Examiner.

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