Center for Strategic and International Studies
CSIS began work in late 2014 with leading experts to develop recommendations on cybersecurity for the next presidential administration. The CSIS Cyber Policy Task Force divided its work among two groups, one in Washington D.C. and the other in Silicon Valley. Each group brought a...
The demand for amphibious capabilities in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region reflects the operational and strategic challenges faced by the U.S. Marine Corps and Australian Defence Forces. Both nations have indicated the importance of deepening their strategic partnership, yet there has been a lack...
Focuses on the lessons to be learned from the US experience in Afghanistan to date, and the problems Afghanistan faces now that most US and allied combat forces have left.
Summary The report focuses on the lessons that need to be learned from...
This paper explores New Zealand’s potential as a well-positioned partner and point-of-entry to the rest of the Asia-Pacific region.
The Pacific Alliance’s innovative and results-oriented approach to economic integration is the most exciting and promising opportunity in Latin America today,...
Cybercrime costs businesses approximately $400 billion worldwide, according to this report.
Cybercrime is a growth industry. The returns are great, and the risks are low. We estimate that the likely annual cost to the global economy from cybercrime is more...
This survey of strategic elites in eleven Asia Pacific economies examines the implications of major power rivalries and confrontation, coinciding with increased economic cooperation and community building.
Asia stands out as the world’s most vibrant region, where rivalries and confrontation coincide...
Is cybercrime, cyber espionage, and other malicious cyber activities what some call “the greatest transfer of wealth in human history,” or is it what others say is a “rounding error in a fourteen trillion dollar economy?”
The wide range of existing...
The CSIS Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th US Presidency has released its final report. The Commission’s three major findings are:Cybersecurity is now one of the major national security problems facing the United States; Decisions and actions must respect American values related to...
We are moving into a different cyber environment. Your information will be stored in the cloud – a computer somewhere else whose location you do not know – and you will connect to it with a mobile device – a cell phone or PDA. This...