Rudy deLeon testifies before the House Subcommittee on Readiness, Committee on Armed Services and offers four key areas that are likely to impact U.S. military readiness in the future.
Rudy deLeon and Winny Chen call on President Obama to make clear to President Hu why constant military-to-military dialogue is critical.
The Senate vote to not proceed to debate the 2011 National Defense Authorization Act was a step backward in efforts to repeal the "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell" policy, write Winnie Stachelberg and Rudy deLeon.
It’s time to put America’s skilled and dedicated military in charge of responding to the gulf oil disaster, write Daniel J. Weiss and Rudy deLeon.
The Obama administration needs to use U.S. leverage to get Iraq to take a stand on Iran’s nuclear program, write Brian Katulis and Rudy deLeon.
Disaster assistance is the right thing to do for Haiti, write Andrew Sweet and Rudy deLeon.
Rudy deLeon, CAP Senior Vice President of National Security and International Policy, delivered a speech in Honolulu's National Cemetery of the Pacific in observance of POW/MIA Day.
Report Report from Christopher Beddor, Winny Chen, Rudy deLeon, Shiyong Park, and Daniel J. Weiss argues for stronger national security through reduced oil dependence.
CAP Senior Vice President of National Security Rudy deLeon discussed how to strengthen our civilian institutions of diplomacy and development.
Rudy deLeon gives the opening remarks at the public meeting for the National Security Personnel System Task Review Group.
CAP Action's Rudy deLeon testifies before the House Armed Services Committee on the problems and failures in the military contracting process.
Report Report by Shiyong Park, Winny Chen, and Rudy deLeon makes the case for America's diversification of energy.
At the 45th Munich conference on security policy in February, vice-president Joe Biden reminded America's European allies that the United States is ready to listen again. Referring to President Barack Obama's strategic review of US policy in Afghanistan and Pakistan in advance of Nato's 60th anniversary summit, Biden noted: "We seek ideas and input from you and all of our partners."
Just over three months from now, our next president will enter the White House, inheriting a host of serious national-security challenges—two wars, a financial system in havoc, a mountain of debt, and an America more alone than at any point in recent history. But our 44th president will have a unique opportunity and a clear duty to steer the United States toward new and progressive national-security priorities.