Mike Singh testifies before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs: “The Middle East Peace Process: An Analysis from Former U.S. Negotiators”

“Historically, the strategic foundation for U.S. involvement in the peace process has been twofold. First, the peace process was a way for the United States to manage seemingly contradictory partnerships with Israel and the Arab states, few of which recognized Israel and several of which had waged war repeatedly against …

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Michèle Flournoy interviewed on the Transition Lab podcast, “The Art of National Security Transitions”

“Former Undersecretary of Defense Michèle Flournoy shares insights from her experience putting together defense transition teams for President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Flournoy also discusses the challenges associated with transitioning during an ongoing conflict, and the underrepresentation of women in national security…” Listen to the full podcast here: Full …

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Lisa Monaco writes in Lawfare: “The Coronavirus Shows Why the U.S. Must Make Pandemic Disease a National Security Priority”

“In 2018, I published an article with public health expert Vin Gupta sounding the alarm about the failure to prepare adequately for emerging infectious diseases. We were hardly the only ones. Our article, ‘The Next Pandemic Will Be Arriving Shortly,’ joined many national security and public health experts in using …

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