|Graeme Bannerman: Congress Must Step Up on Libya|
March 18th, 2011
PSA Board member Graeme Bannerman argues that "before the U.S. commits to establishing a no-fly zone, the public deserves a serious debate by congressional representatives that weighs the benefits to U.S. national interest against the costs of increasing the national deficit."
|Reinvigorating the US-Japan Alliance|
Jamie Metzl, a member of the PSA Board of Directors, writes about US relations with Japan and what steps the US can take to reaffirm and strengthen its relationship with this key Asian ally.
|Advisory Board Member, Thomas Pickering receives Award|
October 7th, 2011
Each year, CRDF Global presents the George Brown Award for International Scientific Cooperation to recognize individuals for their critical work advancing international cooperation in science and technology.
|Townsend on Al Qaeda and Libya|
February 24th, 2011
In a Washington Times article, Frances Townsend states she does not believe that al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb will establish a prescence in Libya, despite their offer of assistance to the rebels.
|Obama's Free Trade Opportunity|
January 24th, 2011
PSA Advisory Board member Carla Hills was named as a potential ‘quarterback’ to seek bipartisanship on trade in a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed.
|Critical questions on Iran|
September 22nd, 2010
PSA Board Member Mark Brzezinski co-authors an op-ed in Politico with Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat outlining the key questions that the upcoming National Intelligence Estimate on Iran should answer.