We all watched with great apprehension the stalemate over the budget, national debt, and the Affordable Care Act these past weeks. The anecdotes of impact were everywhere, from closed national monuments to denied child care. But what was not so prominent in the news was the impact to our reputation and business overseas, and, ultimately, American Competitiveness. Read more about that in this edition of ASQ
Over the past quarter, ASP has continued to examine a host of issues and their implications for our national security. From American Competitiveness to Nuclear Strategy to Public Diplomacy, we have published a wide array of articles on what we feel are the most pressing matters in the security dialogue of our nation. Read the latest addition of ASQ to find out more.
Read our latest collection of our writings in this edition of American Security Quarterly – with a special lead of American Competitiveness
It’s easy to become distracted by the sensationalism associated with the fiscal cliff, Benghazi, cabinet nominations, and gun control. While ASP agrees that all of these are important issues, it is still wise to refocus our energy on long term solutions to perennial problems that effect our national security. Read the latest issues of ASQ, discussing these issues here.
2012 was an exciting year for ASP. We have written on a wide range of diverse subjects, from Syria, drones, nuclear weapons, climate change, public diplomacy and to analysis on next generation energy issues. Here is a collection of our top twenty blog reads in 2012.
As the United States looks toward the next four years of foreign policy, there are critical issues that the country must grapple with. All of these challenges are also opportunities to push ahead and think of new solutions.They are not insurmountable.
Here is an overview of the issues we at the American Security Project believe are critical challenges to our national security.