The notion that an Iranian bomb will undoubtedly lead to a regional arms race needs to be more closely examined, say Brian Katulis and Peter Juul.
The nuclear treaty signed by Obama and Medvedev undercuts Iranian efforts to drive a wedge between Russia and the west write Max Bergmann, Samual Charap, and Peter Juul on The Guardian's "Comment Is Free" blog.
Peter Juul presents five steps to protect and improve Afghan women’s rights as the United States begins its new strategy there.
The international community should continue to demand strong government in Afghanistan as the country heads into another round of voting, write Caroline Wadhams, Colin Cookman, and Peter Juul.
The Obama administration's approach to combating terrorist networks shows results, observe Peter Juul and Brian Katulis.
Book from Lawrence J. Korb, Sean Duggan, Peter Juul, and Max Bergmann analyzes the full range of veterans' needs and offers solutions for addressing pressing challenges.
Congress must exercise oversight of the Obama administration’s counterinsurgency strategies in Pakistan, write Brian Katulis and Peter Juul.
Peter Juul takes a look ahead at relations among the United States, Iraq, and Iran as both Middle Eastern countries struggle with internal political turbulence.
Report Samuel Charap outlines a strategy and new agenda for U.S. Russia policy in advance of the Moscow summit between Presidents Obama and Medvedev.
Interactive Interactive timeline shows that yesterday’s attack on Pakistan’s Inter-Service Intelligence agency is another in a string of attacks by militants against the Pakistani government.
Terrorist attacks in Pakistan are likely to escalate, and stopping them will require intelligence, police work, and government's efforts, write Brian Katulis and Peter Juul.
Report Report from Matthew Duss and Peter Juul delivers analysis of the tensions within Iraq's majority party
Report Report from Lawrence J. Korb and others analyzes the state of the military and outlines a plan for rebuilding the military and saving money by reshaping the budget.
Violence trends in Iraq are shifting toward the kind of targeted, political killings that can only be stopped by an overall political settlement, writes Peter Juul.