|Congress More Partisan Than Ever|
January 19th, 2010
Congressional Quarterly's annual report on Congressional voting patterns has found that the past year was the most partisan out of the 57 years CQ has been tracking votes.
|How 12/25 Was Like 9/11 |
January 6th, 2010
Thomas Kean on what must be done in the aftermath of the attempted Christmas Day bombing: "First, we should dismiss the partisan bickering over the issue. Both parties have presided over security failures and successes; systemic failures cannot be ascribed to the stewardship of a political party."
|Mark Brzezinski on Obama's China Summit|
October 30th, 2009
Mark Brzezinski writes for the New York Times about President Obama's upcoming trip to China and opportunities for elevating the U.S.-China strategic relationship.
|Mapping Pakistan's Nuclear Security|
September 9th, 2009
PSA has developed an online interactive map that illustrates the troubling nuclear security situation in Pakistan. Our map combines open source intelligence data on the locations of Pakistani nuclear facilities, territory controlled by the Taliban (and other militants), and the sites of militant activity.
|Ted Sorensen: The Obama-Kennedy Nuclear Policy|
August 7th, 2009
PSA Advisory Board Member Ted Sorenson discusses the long-term goal of nuclear disarmament and cites PSA's recent statement on nonproliferation in article for the Huffington Post.
|Politico: Bipartisanship, in three courses|
July 20th, 2009
Politico covers Tom Kean's recent dinner with PSA's Congressional Fellows, where he reminisced about "growing up in a Washington where the two parties worked together in (almost) perfect harmony."