Views from the United States, Japan, Turkey, China, India, and Germany on the history of the 20th century

Web Book: A Global History of the Twentieth Century
From major public speeches to small briefings, join us on Medium for an inside look at the events of the week.

The Week at CSIS: The Speeches, Discussions, and Events from March 20 — March 24 – Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
Why U.S.-Russia coordination is directly critical to global security—and will help stabilize the relationship and buffer against conflict in the future.

Report: A Roadmap for U.S.-Russia Relations
Track the status of Prime Minister Modi's reform program with our interactive scorecard.

The Modi Government's Reform Program: A Scorecard
For the Trump administration, what would too much military autonomy look like?

Critical Questions; “Micromanagement” and Military Operational Autonomy
China now boasts the 2nd largest defense budget in the world and spends more on defense than Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, and Vietnam combined.

China’s Defense Budget Needs Transparency to Transcend Suspicion
Interagency collaboration between the U.S. Departments of State and Justice is a key starting point.

Why the Trump Administration Has a Bipartisan Opportunity to Combat Human Trafficking
The US and its allies need a new, comprehensive strategy to diminish the appeal of violent extremism across the world.

Interactive Report: Turning Point
The US has used Russian rocket engines in spaceflight for years. Our new report explores options for the next decade.

New Report: Beyond the RD-180
A new report from the CSIS Task Force on Women’s and Family Health charts a vision for how the new U.S. administration can spur economic growth, and promote health and development in low-income countries.

Her Health, Her Lifetime, Our World
Beijing's coal ban isn't enough, argues CSIS's Victor Cha in Foreign Affairs.

Making China Pay on North Korea
Curious about Indian State elections or U.S.-India ties? Join CSIS Wadhwani Chair Rick Rossow for a Facebook Live Q&A on Thursday (3/23) at 8AM ET. Use the comments section to ask a question!
How the U.S. spends on global health:
The CSIS Task Force on Women's and Family Health launches its new report today, charting a bold vision for a major U.S. initiative led by the Trump administration and Congress to unlock the potential of adolescent girls and young women in select low-income countries.
Is there a correlation between North Korean nuclear tests and high-level China-North Korea visits?

New Interactive Feature: China-North Korea High Level Visits Since 1953 - Beyond Parallel
How can China manage its expansion westward without clashing with the United States?

The Other Side of the World: China, the United States, and the Struggle for Middle East Security
From the start of 2013 through 2016, South Korea’s economy grew an average of 2.9% a year. It's the worst performance of any South Korean president.

South Korea's Economic Challenges After the Park Geun-hye Era
The likelihood of an orchestrated and sustained price rise is slim.

Fluctuating Oil Markets Complicate Producer Decisionmaking
A St. Patrick's Day edition of the CSIS Podcast looks at Brexit's threat to peace in Northern Ireland.


St. Patrick's Day Special: The North Remembers