Executive branch action on software security is sorely needed, but should focus primarily on risk management rather than merely new reporting requirements.
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Common interests and shared values are necessary for durable bilateral relations—and the United States shares neither with Russia.
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The United States has just sanctioned various Russian entities in express response to the SolarWinds Orion exploit campaign. But what normative line, if any, is the U.S. saying that Russia crossed?
In advance of the new Biden administration cybersecurity executive order, it’s time for the federal government to get proactive about cybersecurity.
On April 4, the Biden administration released the
Myanmar was not only the first foreign policy surprise for President Biden, but it is also likely to remain a revealing test for the administration. Given China’s role in Myanmar, how can and should the U.S. respond?
Return of the Quad, China’s “real combat” training, and maritime lawfare in the East and South China Seas.
Closing vulnerabilities in the postal system is a necessary first step to address the opioid epidemic.
There is a gap between how administration officials are framing the nature of the SolarWinds incident and what the available evidence indicates about it.