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Trump Is Right to Seek an End to America’s Wars

The New York Times By Jon Finer and Robert Malley January 8, 2019

Terrorists and the Southern Border: Myth and Reality

Just Security By Nicholas Rasmussen January 8, 2019

Lisa Monaco, Former Homeland Security Advisor, on Today’s Threat Landscape

Intelligence Matters Podcast - CBS News Interview with Lisa Monaco January 2, 2019

What Populists Do to Democracies

The Atlantic By Yascha Mounk and Jordan Kyle December 26, 2018

The U.S. Is Paying More Than It Bargained for in the Yemen War

The Atlantic By Samuel Oakford and Ryan Goodman December 8, 2018

National Security Podcast: An inside look at countering terror

National Security Podcast By Nicholas Rasmussen and Chris Farnham December 4, 2018

How the Senate Should Move Forward on Resolution to Withdraw from Yemen War

Just Security By Tess Bridgeman and Stephen Pomper November 30, 2018

Congress Must Do More to Safeguard Mueller than Simply Protecting His Job

Just Security By Tess Bridgeman and Ryan Goodman November 13, 2018

Is More Democracy Always Better Democracy?

The New Yorker By Yascha Mounk November 12, 2018

We’ve declared war on foreign terrorism. Why not do the same for domestic threats?

The Washington Post By Lisa Monaco and Ken Wainstein November 5, 2018

Horns of a Dilemma: The Threat Assessment

Texas National Security Review By John Brennan, Richard Engel, William Inboden, Admiral William H. McRaven and Nicholas Rasmussen October 30, 2018

Trump has misled the public on terrorism. Time to correct the record.

The Washington Post By Joshua A. Geltzer and Nicholas J. Rasmussen October 16, 2018

Cybersecurity Summit 2018: David Petraeus and Lisa Monaco on America’s cybersecurity posture

Washington Post Live Featuring David Petraeus and Lisa Monaco October 2, 2018

The Next Pandemic Will Be Arriving Shortly

Foreign Policy By Lisa Monaco and Vin Gupta September 28, 2018

Why it’s unconstitutional for politicians — including the president — to block people on social media

The Washington Post By Stephen Pomper and Joshua A. Geltzer September 26, 2018

Guantanamo is No Answer–But Here’s What Can Work

Just Security By Tess Bridgeman, Joshua Geltzer, and Luke Hartig August 31, 2018

The Lawfare Podcast: Taking Stock on Syria

Lawfare By Matthew Kahn Featuring Tess Bridgeman April 13, 2018

When Does the Legal Basis for U.S. Forces in Syria Expire?

Just Security By Tess Bridgeman March 14, 2018

Preventing the Next Attack – A Strategy for the War on Terrorism

Foreign Affairs By Lisa Monaco November/December 2017

Why Virtual Currencies are a Potential Strategic Threat

The Cipher Brief By Julia Solomon-Strauss June 15, 2017

WannaCry ransomware attack illustrates need for evolution in cybersecurity norms

The Hill By Zachary K. Goldman and Damon McCoy May 22, 2017

How Trump Hurts the Spying Business

The New York Times By David S. Cohen May 16, 2017

The Next Front in the U.S. Fight Against ISIS

The New York Times By Lisa Monaco May 11, 2017

Attention Team Trump: Globalism works in fighting terror

CNN By Lisa Monaco May 9, 2017  

Intelligence business: Trump must keep privacy protections for US firms

The Hill By Zachary K. Goldman February 13, 2017

The Dangers of Walling Off America

Lawfare By Lisa O. Monaco February 6, 2017

The Predicament of Egypt’s Copts

Public Orthodoxy By Michael Wahid Hanna December 14, 2016

Proposed NY Cybersecurity Regulation: A Giant Leap Backward?

Forbes By Judith Germano December 2, 2016

The Syrian Civil War and Avoiding Trump’s First Big Mistake

War On The Rocks By Michael Wahid Hanna November 21, 2016

What Is Cyber Collateral Damage? And Why Does It Matter?

Lawfare By Zachary K. Goldman and Sasha Romanosky November 15, 2016

Why the U.S. Should Prioritize Iraq and UAE Ties Over Egypt and Saudi Arabia

World Politics Review By Michael Wahid Hanna October 19, 2016

How Do Trump’s Conspiracy Theories Go Over in the Middle East? Dangerously.

New York Times By Michael Wahid Hanna and Daniel Benaim August 16, 2016

The JCPOA is not a peace treaty with Iran

The Hill Zachary K. Goldman July 22, 2016

Deterring Financially Motivated Cybercrime

Journal of National Security Law & Policy By Zachary K. Goldman July 5, 2016

Egypt’s Troubled Islands

Foreign Affairs By Michael Wahid Hanna April 26, 2016

Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers to Handle New Digital Problems

New York Law Journal By Zachary K. Goldman April 18, 2016

Strong Intelligence Oversight Can Happen Within the Executive Branch

Just Security By Samuel J. Rascoff March 17, 2016

Law Enforcement Online

Just Security By Judith Germano February 16, 2016

Contrary to Popular Opinion, Egypt’s Transition Wasn’t Always Doomed to Fail

The Washington Post Michael Wahid Hanna January 28, 2016

Egypt’s non-Islamist parties

Egypt After the Spring: Revolt and Reaction The International Institute for Strategic Studies By Michael Wahid Hanna January 12, 2016

Presidential Intelligence

Harvard Law Review By Samuel J. Rascoff January 2016

How China Benefits From Global Sanctions

Wall Street Journal Zachary K. Goldman and Elizabeth Rosenberg November 26, 2015