Opinion Pieces

Stealth Quotas Bite the Dust

Authored: Stewart Baker

June 21, 2024, Reason

The growing role of AI in Identity-based attacks in 2024

Authored: Jasson Casey

June 20, 2024, AIthority

This is what would happen if China invaded Taiwan

Authored: Dmitri Alperovitch

June 20, 2024, Real Clear Defense

For a successful NATO summit, leaders must mind the 4 Ms

Authored: Joshua Huminski

June 18, 2024, Breaking Defense

We have run federal agencies. Here’s what the civil service needs.

Authored: Mike McConnell

June 18, 2024, The Washington Post

Putin’s visit symbolizes North Korea’s changing foreign policy

Authored: Yong Suk Lee

June 16, 2024, The Diplomat

The US can’t allow Big Tech to sell out to China

Authored: Geoffrey Cain

June 13, 2024, The Hill

Iran’s foothold in Venezuela requires a tougher response

Authored: Norman Roule

June 11, 2024, The Hill

A Chinese Economic Blockade of Taiwan Would Fail or Launch a War

Author: Dmitri Alperovitch

June 5, 2024, War on the Rocks

The flawed premise of terrorism’s ‘new wave’

Authored: Joshua Huminski

May 24, 2024, The Diplomatic Courier

Democracy Needs an Economic NATO

Authored: Dmitri Alperovitch

May 23, 2024, Foreign Policy

Biden’s Tariff Hike on Chinese EVs: Protectionism, Security, and Climate Goals

Authored: Klon Kitchen

May 20, 2024, American Enterprise Institute

U.S. Intelligence is Facing a Crisis of Legitimacy

Authored: Gen. Michael Hayden

May 16, 2024, Foreign Policy

How to improve the technical skill of the US national security workforce

Authored: Sigal Mandelker

May 1, 2024, Atlantic Council

How the right US chip strategy can keep Taiwan free

Authored: Dmitri Alperovitch

April 29, 2024, The Washington Post

America needs to treat ‘the cloud’ as critical infrastructure

Authored: Mark Montgomery

April 25, 2024, The Hill

Resolving Border Crisis Requires Increasing Legal Migration

Authored: Benjamin Powell

April 18, 2024, Independent Institute

Lewis Carroll Goes to Taiwan

Authored: Nadia Schadlow

March 25, 2024, The Washington Post

Ukraine’s fight for freedom: Why it matters to Europe and to America

Authored: Andrew Borene

March 21, 2024

Volt Typhoon and the Disruption of the US Cyber Strategy

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

March 5, 2024, Lawfare

Biden Executive Order to Protect Americans’ Sensitive Personal Data and Related Rulemaking Could Impose Significant Restrictions on Certain Transfers of Sensitive Personal Information

Authored: Benjamin Powell

March 4, 2024, JD Supra

FISA amendments must acknowledge critical role OSINT plays in preserving national security

Authored: Andrew Borene

February 20, 2024, Federal News Network

Nukes in Space May Not Be Imminent, but We Need to Prepare

Authored: Klon Kitchen

February 19, 2024, American Enterprise Institute

The U.S. Plans to ‘Lead the Way’ on Global AI Policy

Authored: Alan Charles Raul

February 13, 2024, Lawfare

Information Quality is a Democratic Necessity in the Age of AI

Authored: Ellen McCarthy

February 12, 2024, The Cipher Brief

Why climate activists’ push for renewable energy backfire

Authored: Mario Loyola

February 2, 2024, The Daily Signal

Viewpoint: Stop the CR madness. It’s stymeieing U.S. Defense innovation.

Authored: Jane Lee

January 31, 2024, Washington Business Journal

How to hold Iran accountable for killing US troops

Authored: Mark Montgomery

January 30, 2024, New York Post

High electricity prices have Europe facing deindustrialization; don’t let it happen here

Authored: Mario Loyola

January 28, 2024, The Hill

Hamas is Not Israel’s Core Enemy

Authored: Daniel Rosenthal

January 22, 2024, Yale Journal of Law

The US is failing to quickly field hypersonic missile defense

Authored: Mark Montgomery

January 19, 2024, Defense News

Nippon Steel’s proposed acquisition of US steel has national security implications

Authored: Manisha Singh

January 7, 2024, The Washington Times

What the future holds for AI and IP

Authored: Christopher Ford

December 30, 2023, World Trademark Review

Hamas Attacks Should Renew Our Commitment to the 9/11 Report

Author: Jill Sanborn

December 26, 2023, The Messenger

America is only as secure as its least-secure drone

Authored: Mark Montgomery

December 26, 2023

Key Building Blocks to Advance American Leadership in AI

Authored: Jacob Crisp

December 20, 2023, Dark Reading

Stop Ignoring the SEC’s Malfeasance on Crypto

Authored: Roslyn Layton

December 14, 2023, Real Clear Policy

SEC Cyber Reporting Mandates: How to Request a National Security or Public Safety Delay

Authored: Megan Brown

December 12, 2023,  JD Supra

Findings and Updates from CISA’s Ongoing Collaboration with Education Technology Vendors to Address K-12 Cybersecurity Challenges

Authored: Lauren Zabierek

December 12, 2023,  CISA

The House Judiciary Committee’s Bipartisan Disaster

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

December 12, 2023,  Lawfare

Encryption: It’s Not About Good and Bad Guys, It’s About All of Us

Authored: Heather West

December 5, 2023,  CEPA

Using artificial intelligence: The top actions general counsel should take

Authored: Brock Dahl

December 4, 2023,  Lexology

Using artificial intelligence: The top actions general counsel should take

Authored: Brock Dahl

December 4, 2023,  Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Special Military Operation: Congress

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

December 4, 2023,  Dog Shirt Daily

Targeting FBI Budget Makes Us More Vulnerable on Cyber

Authored: Mark Montgomery

December 1, 2023,  The Cipher Brief

Congress Can’t Afford To Lose This Critical Intelligence Tool

Authored: David Lasseter

December 1, 2023,  Real Clear Defense

Congress can’t afford to let the Feds lose this critical intelligence tool

Authored: David Lasseter

November 29, 2023,  The Hill

The Lawfare Podcast: Will Generative AI Reshape Elections?

Authored: Matt Perault

November 29, 2023,  Lawfare

Rohrschach AI

Authored: Stewart Baker

November 28, 2023,  Reason Magazine

Cyber Command Should Tap on Iran’s Windows

Authored: Mark Montgomery

November 27, 2023,  The Messenger

AI is an ideological war zone

Authored: Sam Curry

November 23, 2023,  Venture Beat

Defenestration at OpenAI

Authored: Stewart Baker

November 21, 2023,  Reason Magazine

United States: Ransomware Attacker Files SEC Complaint To Increase Pressure On Victim

Authored: Megan Brown

November 22, 2023,  Mondaq

Understanding the Dawn of the Artificial General Intelligence Era

Authored: Klon Kitchen

November 20, 2023,  The Dispatch

Ransomware Attacker Files SEC Complaint to Increase Pressure on Victim

Authored: Megan Brown

November 20, 2023,  JD Supra

Privacy, Data Protection and Cybersecurity

Authored: Alan Charles Raul

November 20, 2023,  Sidley

United States: Enforcement Actions Expected To Continue During A U.S. Government Shutdown, While Export Industry Will Incur Licensing Delays

Authored: John Bellinger, III

November 20, 2023,  Mondaq

Understanding the Dawn of the Artificial General Intelligence Era

Authored: Klon Kitchen

November 17, 2023,  The Dispatch

Legislation should not make security worse: How executives can take action

Authored:  Adam Golodner

November 17, 2023,  Fast Company

US-China Economic and Security Review Commission Releases Annual Report for 2023

Authored:  Kenneth Nunnenkamp

November 17, 2023,  JD Supra

US-China Economic and Security Review Commission Releases Annual Report for 2023

Authored:  Giovanna Cinelli

November 17, 2023,  JD Supra

Ransomware Attacker Files SEC Complaint to Increase Pressure on Victim

Authored:  Megan Brown

November 17, 2023,  Wiley

Special Military Operation Failure

Authored:  Benjamin Wittes

November 17, 2023,  Dog Shirt Daily

In-Depth: Privacy, Data Protection and Cybersecurity

Authored:  Alan Charles Raul

November 17, 2023,  Lexicon

US-China Economic and Security Review Commission Releases Annual Report for 2023

Authored:  Kenneth Nunnenkamp

November 16, 2023,  Morgan Lewis

Antisemitism and Anti-Muslim Hate are Surging. Here’s How to Curb the Worst American Tradition

Authored:  Farah Pandith

November 16, 2023,  Council on Foreign Relations

Joe Biden and Xi Jinping Meet: The U.S.-China Summit Stakes

Authored:  Farah Pandith

November 15, 2023,  The National Interest

Don’t let China take over the cloud — US national security depends on it

Authored: Mark Montgomery

November 13, 2023,  The Hill

FORMER REP. MIKE ROGERS: Biden’s Border Crisis Endangers All Of Us

Authored: Mike Rogers

November 13, 2023,  Daily Caller

President Biden’s Executive Order Sets Ambitious Agenda for AI Development and Use

Authored: Benjamin Powell

November 13, 2023,  JD Supra

President Biden’s Executive Order Sets Ambitious Agenda For AI Development And Use

Authored: Benjamin Powell

November 9, 2023,  Mondaq

Andrew Borene: Opinion on CNN clip with Wolf Blitzer

Authored: Andrew Borene

November 8, 2023, LinkedIn

DFS Expands Scope of Cybersecurity Regulations

Authored: Brock Dahl

November 7, 2023,  Lexology

DoD Report Highlights the Increasing Cyber Threats From China

Authored: Mark Montgomery

November 7, 2023,  Real Clear Defense

President Biden Signs Sweeping Artificial Intelligence Executive Order

Authored: Alan Charles Raul

November 7, 2023,  Sidley

Five Eyes Warning Is Clear: Government and Businesses Must Wake Up to China Threat

Authored: Paul Rosenzweig

November 7, 2023,  The Messenger

Defense Department Report Highlights Cyber Threat from China

Authored: Mark Montgomery

November 6, 2023,  The Cyber Brief

Biden Issues Sweeping Executive Order Presenting Opportunity and Risk for AI

Authored: Giovanna Cinelli

November 3, 2023,  Breaking Defense

AI Is a National-Security Danger

Authored: Klon Kitchen

November 2, 2023,  Wall Street Journal

Decoding the White House AI Executive Order’s Achievements

Authored:  Russell Wald

November 2, 2023,  JD Supra

Disruptive By Design: Looking Into the Black Box: Takeaways From the EU’s New AI Act

Authored: Chitra Sivanandam

November 1, 2023,  JD Supra

Start prioritizing Ukraine’s defense industrial base now to for Kyiv’s long-term security

Authored:  Joshua Huminski

November 1, 2023,  Breaking Defense

World War III: Is A U.S.-China Conflict Truly Mankind’s Fate?

Authored:  Amy Mitchell

November 1, 2023,  Reason Magazine

Safe, secure, and trustworthy: White House publishes Executive Order setting the foundations for future AI regulation in the US

Authored:  Tony Samp

October 31, 2023,  DLA Piper

White House to unveil landmark Executive Order setting foundations for future AI regulation in the US

Authored:  Tony Samp

October 30, 2023,  DLA Piper

The new AI executive order

Authored: Stewart Baker

October 31, 2023,  Reason Magazine

Generative AI: Driving Enterprise Value with Cybersecurity at the Forefront

Authored: Alberto Yépez

October 30, 2023,  Nasdaq

World War III: Is a U.S.-China Conflict Truly Mankind’s Fate?

Authored:  Amy Mitchell

October 27, 2023, The National Interest

The U.S. Faces a Public Relations Crisis in the Arab and Muslim World

Authored:  Farah Pandith

October 27, 2023, Council on Foreign Relations

Here’s how to fix the supplemental’s shortcomings on Taiwan

Authored:  Mark Montgomery

October 23, 2023, Federal Times

Administration fails forward on China chip exports

Authored:  Stewart Baker

October 23, 2023, Reason Magazine

Atoms for Peace 2.0: The case for a stronger US-Japan nuclear power alliance

Authored:  Julia Nesheiwat

October 23, 2023, Atlantic Council

Chinese and Russian Space Pursuits Are Picking Allied Pockets

Authored:  Andrew Borene

October 19, 2023, The Cipher Brief

America Should Let Israel Wipe Out Hamas Once and for All

Authored:  Mario Loyola

October 12, 2023, The Daily Signal

Update: FAR Council Proposes Pair of Major Cybersecurity Rules for Government Contracts

Authored:  Megan Brown

October 12, 2023, JDSuptra

The Privacy, Data Protection and Cybersecurity Law Review: Global Overview

Authored:  Alan Charles Raul

October 9, 2023, Lexicon

The US, not China, should take the lead on AI

Authored:  Kara Frederick

October 9, 2023, Fox News

Why was the US House speaker just ousted from his job? And what does it mean for the Republican Party?

Authored:  Lester Munson

October 4, 2023, The Conversation

AI-Assisted Cybersecurity: Three Components You Can’t Ignore

Authored: Sam Curry

September 19, 2023, Venture Beat

China is edging out the US military’s advantage on tech

Authored:  Mark Montgomery

September 18, 2023, The Hill

DJI Isn’t the Only Chinese Drone You Need to Worry About: Meet Autel

Authored: Klon Kitchen

September 15, 2023, Defense News

State of Cybersecurity Posture: The Overarching Problem Is Scale

Authored: Philip Reitinger

September 14, 2023, Homeland Security Today

New Research Explores Consumer Susceptibility to ChatGPT Scams

Authored: Jasson Casey

September 12, 2023, Business Wire

The U.S.-India Relationship Has its Challenges-But Must Endure

Authored: Jamil Jaffer

September 8, 2023, The Messenger

Generative AI: Balancing security with innovation

Authored: Shaun Khaulfan

September 7, 2023, CIO

Stop the Technology Transfer to China

Authored: Paul Rosenzweig

September 6, 2023, The Washington Post

Prigozhin’s Assassination Was Business, Not Revenge

Authored: Dmitri Alperovitch

September 5, 2023, Foreign Policy

On Trump’s Indictments, There Was No Debate

Authored: Sarah Isgur

August 25, 2023, The Dispatch

Congress Should Restrict Federal Use of Chinese Drones

Authored: Dan Lips

August 8, 2023, National Interest

We Must Pass the Create AI Act

Authored: Russell Wald

August 7, 2023, Stanford University

Multi-modal data protection with AI’s help

Authored: Sam Curry

August 4, 2023, HelpNet Security

Women in Cybersecurity: The perfect threat modelers

Authored: Anne Marie Zettlemoyer

August 3, 2023, SC Magazine

Safeguarding your digital castle: The importance of cybersecurity in business

Authored: Ted Schlein

August 2, 2023, Automatica

The First Great Crisis of a Second Trump Term

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

August 1, 2023, The Atlantic

Congress Should Prepare to Lead on Regulation

Authored: Dan Lips

July 28, 2023, The Federalist Society

The SEC Fought the Law and the Law Won

Authored: Roslyn Layton

July 27, 2023, DC Journal

The ITC Needs Bipartisan Reform to Deter Patent Speculators

Authored: Roslyn Layton

July 25, 2023, Bloomberg

Playing to Europe, Biden’s “Thaw” is Emboldening the CCP

Authored: Amy Mitchell

July 24, 2023, National Interest

Cybersecurity: We’re Doing It All Wrong

Authored: Gentry Lane

July 24, 2023, Forbes

Antitrust Regulation by Intimidation

Authored: Gus Hurwitz

July 24, 2023, Wall Street Journal

The U.S. Can Help Ukraine and Deter China

Authored: Michael Allen

July 18, 2023, Wall Street Journal 

For its own long-term security, US must support a more autonomous European defense

Authored: Joshua Huminski

July 17, 2023, Breaking Defense

How American companies are fueling China’s AI race

Authored: Paul Rosenzweig

July 17, 2023, The Hill

The Abraham Accords deserve a special envoy, not more bureaucracy

Authored: Morgan Viña

July 15, 2023, The Hill

EPA’s New Vehicle Emissions Rule Would Drive Cars and Trucks Off the Road. It’s Also Illegal.

Authored: Mario Loyola

July 14, 2023, The Daily Signal

Live and Let LIV?

Authored: Matt Perault

July 12, 2023, Lawfare

Biden’s Decision To Rejoin UN Culture Agency Sets Up a Showdown in the Next Congress

Authored: Morgan Viña

July 11, 2023, The New York Sun

How Boards, CISOs And The C-Suite Can Get Ahead Of Today’s Top Threats

Authored: Alberto Yépez

July 11, 2o23, Forbes

What Iran is Really After

Authored: Norm Roule

July 10, 2023, The Cipher Brief

To Protect Kids Online, Policymakers Must First Determine Who is a Kid

Authored: Matt Perault

July 5, 2023, Tech Policy Press

Zero-day vulnerabilities: The hidden threat to the insurance industry

Authored: Jeffrey Wells

June 29, 2023, Property Casualty 360

Roslyn Layton: Benefits of ACP Extend Beyond People Who Subscribe to Broadband

Authored: Roslyn Layton

June 29, 2023, Broadband Breakfast

Our Job was to Brief Trump on Intelligence. His Job was to Protect the Secrets.

Authored: Sue Gordon

June 27, 2023, The Washington Post

The Cuban ‘Whistle’ Crisis

Authored: Cameron Burks

June 15, 2023, The Messenger

EU Risks US Vulnerabilities in Tech Race With China

Authored: Klon Kitchen

June 13, 2023, The Messenger

A Trump-Appointed Judge Who Showed Him Favor Gets the Documents Case

Authored: Paul Rosenzweig

June 11, 2023, The Atlantic

United States of America v. Donald J. Trump and Waltine Nauta

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

June 9, 2023, Lawfare

House Republicans should use debt ceiling playbook to reform the intelligence community

Authored: Stewart Baker

June 9, 2023, The Washington Examiner

Why Is Trump Being Indicted in Florida?

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

June 9, 2023, The Bulwark

Trump Indicted in Mar-a-Lago Probe

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

June 8, 2023, Lawfare

Qualified to Compete: A New Approach to Credentials

Authored: Alexandra Seymour

June 8, 2023, War on the Rocks

Ukraine’s counteroffensive might halt the fighting, but won’t end the war

Authored: Joshua C. Huminski

June 7, 2023, The Hill

Leveraging large language models (LLMs) for corporate security and privacy

Authored: Sam Curry

June 6, 2023, Help Net Security

What’s an agency to do? That’s for Congress to say

Authored: Gus Hurwitz

June 6, 2023, The Hill 

The debate on small dollar loan rate regulation is far from settled

Authored: Roslyn Layton

June 6, 2023, The Livingston Parish News

US National AI R&D Strategic Plan 2023: A comprehensive look into the future of AI

Authored: Tony Samp

June 5, 2023, Lexology

The risks of learning the wrong lessons in Ukraine

Authored: Joshua Huminski

May 15, 2023, Breaking Defense

Microsoft Issues Warning About Chinese AI That Microsoft Helped Create

Authored: Geoffrey Cain

May 11, 2023, The Dispatch

The GOPs Ukraine policy must balance responsibility and pragmatism

Authored: Michael Allen

May, 8, 2023, The Hill

CISOs, Don’t Ignore the FISA Section 702 Debate

Authored: Stewart Baker

May 4, 2023, Lawfare

Potential Implications of US Copyright Office Determination on AI-Generated Work

Authored: Matthew Ferraro

May 4, 2023, Tech Policy Press

Financial services regulators ramp up cybersecurity reporting requirements

Authored: Michael Bahar

April 28. 2023, The Hill

Ukraine’s next offensive: How to define success and failure

Authored: Joshua Huminski

April 27, 2023, The Hill

Phishable multi-factor authentication: A matter of national emergency

Authored: Jasson Casey

April 25, 2023, Innovation News Network

How the FTC Is Undermining U.S. Interests in Europe

Authored: Klon Kitchen

April 25, 2023, The Dispatch

Global trust and technology networks: Beware the trifurcation

Authored: Adam Golodner

April 24, 2023, Fast Company

BYOD in the digital age

Authored: Jasson Casey

April 24, 2023, Teiss

Fighting Password Fatigue Means Retiring Passwords for Good

Authored: Jasson Casey

April 19, 2023, CPO Magazine

Comparing Iowa’s Data Privacy Law With Other States’

Authored: Michael Bahar

April 18, 2023, Law360

ChatGPT: Stop it, Pause it, or Fix it?

Authored: Gilman Louie

April 12, 2023, RealClear Policy

Everything About the Ukraine Leak Is Incredibly Weird

Authored: Amy Zegart

April 12, 2023, The Atlantic

How America can support Ukraine and stay on guard against China

Authored: Joshua Huminski

April 12, 2023,  The Hill

Enabling the next iteration of the internet: The metaverse

Authored: Denise Zheng

April 11, 2023,  MIT Technology Review

Why it’s time to move towards a passwordless future

Authored: Jasson Casey

April 11, 2023, Help Net Security

UK national security review sensibly balances nukes, Ukraine, Pacific

Authored: Joshua Huminski

April 10, 2023,  Breaking Defense

Content Moderation Through the Apple App Store

Authored: Paul Rosenzweig

April 10, 2023, Lawfare

NYC Soon to Enforce AI Bias Law, Other Jurisdictions Likely to Follow

Authored: Matthew Ferraro

April 10, 2023, Wilmer Haler

National security should determine where to put the new FBI headquarters

Authored: Jamil Jaffer

April 5, 2023, The Hill

The Arraignment of Donald J. Trump: A Detailed Summary

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

April 5, 2023, Lawfare

Italy’s Privacy Regulator Takes Action Against ChatGpt

Authored: Matthew Ferraro

April 4, 2023, WilmerHale

And So It Begins: On the First Charges to Drop Against Former President Donald Trump

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

April 4, 2023, Lawfare

How Businesses Can Ready for Cyber Warfare by Leaning on Lawyers

Authored: Michael Bahar

April 4, 2023, Bloomberg Law

Trump Attorneys and the Crimes They Enabled

Authored: Paul Rosenzweig

March 31, 2023, The Bulwark

Oppo, Xiaomi Will Benefit From ITC Patent Claims Filed Against Apple and Samsung

Authored: Roslyn Layton

March 30, 2023, Forbes

Biden Administration Announces National Cybersecurity Strategy

Authored: Alan Charles Raul

March 29, 2023, Sidley

China-Russia collusion comes at expense of American interests

Authored: Mike Rogers

March 28, 2023, The Washington Times

America’s post-9/11 veterans are struggling and need our help

Authored: Leon E. Panetta

March 27, 2023, The Hill

Netanyahu’s Judicial Reform Doesn’t Go Far Enough

Authored: Michael B. Mukasey

March 26, 2023, The Wall Street Journal

Doltish Regulators Use SVB To Attack Crypto In Nonsequitous Fashion

Authored: Roslyn Layton

March 23, 2023, RealClear Markets

Ron DeSantis Is Right About Ukraine

Authored: Mario Loyola

March 22, 2023, The Atlantic

How a Problem-Solving Course Could Help Rebuild Trust in the US Military

Authored: Alex Gallo

March 18, 2023, Defense One 

Education Department Memo Targets OPNMs In $74 Billion Online Learning Industry

Authored: Roslyn Layton

March 16, 2023, International Tech Policy

American must uphold our promise to Afghan allies

Authored: Jamil Jaffer

March 13, 2023, The Hill

Vicisous Cycle: How Press Bias Fed FISA Abuse in the Trump-Russia Panic

Authored: Stewart Baker

March 9, 2023, Lawfare Blog

IronNet Monthly Global Threat Update

Authored: General Keith Alexander

March 8, 2023, IronNet

The Sweep: Twitter Bots for Trump

Authored: Sarah Isgur

March 7, 2023, The Dispatch

The Cyberlaw Podcast: An Interview with Chris Inglis on the National Cybersecurity Strategy

Authored: Stewart Baker

March 7, 2023, Lawfare Blog

FCC Porposes Updated Breach Reporting Requirements, Comment Period Ongoing

Authored: Alan Raul

March 6, 2023, Lexogoly

Big Tech is a big deal in the strategic competition with China

Authored: Klon Kitchen

March 6, 2023, Washington Examiner

What Washington needs from UK’s national security Integrated Review

Authored: Joshua Huminski

March 6, 2023, Breaking Defense

The Israeli Judicial System on the Brink

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

March 6, 2023, The Lawfare Podcast

Arab Countries are Launching Significant Investments in Space

Authored: Norman Roule

March 6, 2023, The Cipher Brief

A look back on US cybersecurity and data privacy in 2022 and planning ahead for 2023

Authored: Michael Bahar

March 3, 2023, Reuters

Federal government is not powerless to stop Chinese real estate deals near sensitive US military bases

Authored: Thomas P. Feddo

March 2, 2023, The Hill

The Jurisdiction of the New Data Protection Review Court

Authored: Paul Rosenzweig

February 28, 2023, Lawfare

Waking up to the threat of the Chinese Communist Party: A call to action from Congress

Authored: Jamil Jaffer

February 28, 2023, The Hill

Why Big Tech will lose its Supreme Court case on section 230

Authored: Stewart Baker

February 27, 2023, Reason 

Have the Justices Gotten Cold Feet About ‘Breaking the Internet’?

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

February 24, 2023, Lawfare

Debt-ceiling brinksmanship weakens US national security

Authored: Leon E. Panetta

February 23, 2023, The Hill

Section 230 Won’t Protect ChaptGPT

Authored: Matt Perault

February 23, 2023, Lawfare

United States: Parameters Of New US Outbound Investment Regime Begin To Emerge

Authored: Jason Chipman

February 23, 2023, Mondaq

Parameters of New US Outbound Investment Regime Begin to Emerge

Authored: Jason Chipman

February 21, 2023, Wilmer Hale

Time to Unseal the Hinman Documents

Authored: Roslyn Layton

February 17, 2023, DC Journal

MFA bypass attacks like the one Reddit are not ‘sophisticated’

Authored: Jason Casey

February 16, 2023, SC Media

Reading the Tea Leaves in Fulton County

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

February 16, 2023, Lawfare 

What Nikki Haley Can Learn From Carly Fiorina

Authored: Sarah Isgur

February 15, 2023, The Atlantic

New York City delays enforcement of its artificial intelligence bias audit in employment law as rule-making continues

Authored: Michael Bahar

February 15, 2023, Eversheds Sutherland

US Chamber To Government: Digitize 10,000 Paper Forms, Save 10 Billion Hours

Authored: Roslyn Layton

February 12, 2023, Forbes

Bots in Congress: The Risks and Benefits of Emerging A1 Tools in the Legislative Branch

Authored: Zach Graves

February 8, 2023, TechPolicy

The Biden Administration Urges Congress to Act to Mitigate Cryptocurrencies’ Risks

Authored: Brock Dahl

February 8, 2023, Lexology

2023: Zero Trust authentication is on the horizon

Authored: Jasson Casey

February 8, 2023, BetaNews 

The Cyberlaw Podcast: Phony Cybersecurity Regulation

Authored: Stewart Baker

February 7, 2023, Lawfare

Slow Ratcheting Up of Ukraine Aid Lays Out Welcome Mat to China in Taiwan

Authored: Jamil Jaffer

February 2, 2023, Newsweek

It Was Smart for an AI

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

February 1, 2023, Lawfare Blog

United States: The Iranian Women’s Movement: Sanctions, Human Rights, And The Targeting Of Iran’s Morality Police

Authored: Juan Zarate

January 31, 2023, K2 Integrity

GAO Highlights $14 Billion Broadband Subsidy Program’s Success and How To Improve

Authored: Roslyn Layton

January 31, 2023, Forbes

The Sweep: How Teflon Ron Is Repelling Trump’s Attacks

Authored: Sarah Isgur

January 31, 2023, The Dispatch

Why Crimea Is Not a Bridge Too Far

Authored: Michael Allen

January 30, 2023, Foreign Policy

Project Texas: The Details of TikTok’s Plan to Remain Operational in the United States

Authored: Matt Perault

January 26, 2023, Lawfare

The Jan. 6 committee report contains a treasure trove in fine print

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

January 25, 2023, The Washington Post

Font Design 2030: How the Marine Corps can win its war on words

Authored: Capt. Steven Arango

January 25, 2023, Task & Purpose

The Sweep: Do Retail Politics Matter in 2024?

Authored: Sarah Isgur

January 24, 2023, The Dispatch

Gen. Mark Milley’s Wrongful Jan. 6 Overclassification

Authored: Stewart Baker

January 23, 2023, Lawfare

Why wait for cyber to become “uninsurable” to take action?

Authored: Gen. Keith Alexander (Ret.)

January 23, 2023, Security Boulevard

If women are the Taliban’s kryptonite, let’s send our best and brightest

Authored: Amy K. Mitchell

January 22, 2023, The Hill

What a World Rife with Volatility Means for the Energy Market

Authored: Norman Roule

January 18, 2023, The Cipher Brief

The Sweep: Where Have All the Candidates Gone?

Authored: Sarah Isgur

January 17, 2023, The Cipher Brief

How to re-arm NATO for the post-Ukraine future

Authored: Joshua Huminski

January 13, 2023, Breaking Defense

Not All Multi-Factor Authentication Is Created Equal

Authored: Jasson Casey

January 12, 2023, CPO Magazine

Unpacking the Biden Special Counsel Announcement

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

January 12, 2023, Lawfare

300+ Days And Counting: Delayed Media Deal Holds Back Local News Modernization

Authored: Roslyn Layton

January 11, 2023, Forbes

Regulating Artificial Intelligence Requires Balancing Rights, Innovation

Authored: Bishop Garrison

January 11, 2023, Just Security

Three Steps toward a ‘Whole of Nation’ approach for National Security

Authored: Mike Rogers

January 11, 2023, The Hill

Republicans’ FISA Reform Opportunity

Authored: Stewart Baker

January 10, 2023, RealClear Policy

SEC Spin Doctors Trying To Hide Crypto Regulation Disaster

Authored: Roslyn Layton

January 8, 2023, Forbes

15 BOOKS TO LOOK FORWARD TO IN 2023

Authored: Joshua Huminski

January 7, 2023, Diplomatic Courier

The Cyber Liability Fight Begins

Authored: Paul Rosenzweig

January 6, 2023, Lawfare

Let’s appreciate Congressional History as Republican standoff continues in the House

Authored: Thomas Grant

January 6, 2023, Fox News

Puerto Rico Libre

Authored: Mario Loyola

January 5, 2023, National Review

Defeating China and Saving Democracy

Authored: Klon Kitchen

January 5, 2023, The Dispatch

Preparing For Congressional Oversight Of Chinese Trade

Authored: Edward O’Callaghan

January 4, 2023, Law360

Healing Healthcare Cybersecurity with ‘Whole-of-Health’ Approach

Authored: Gen. Keith Alexander (Ret.) and Adrian Mayers

January 4, 2023, Healthcare Dive

Semi-protecting Semiconductors Poses a Risk to National Security

Authored: Alexandra Seymour

January 4, 2023, The Hill

The Time is Now to Question how NATO should look Post Ukraine

Authored: Joshua Huminski

January 3, 2023, Breaking Defense

4,800 Ways to Improve Government

Authored: Dan Lips

January 3, 2023, The Hill

American National Security Requires Smart Spectrum Planning

Authored: Mike Rogers

January 3, 2023, The Hill

The Year that Was (2022)

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

December 30, 2022, Lawfare

Are Special Envoys Getting Special Treatment from Congress?

Authored: Morgan Viña

December 30, 2022, The Hill

As China Tech Crackdown Continues, Don’t Overlook The Danger of Lenovo

Author: Roslyn Layton

December 28, 2022, Forbes

America is failing to fight chemical and biological weapons – but we can change that

Author: David Lasseter

December 28, 2022, The Hill

The Jan. 6 Report: A Summary with Some Analysis

Author: Benjamin Wittes

December 23, 2022, Lawfare

A Coming Year of Change in the Middle East

Authored: Norman Roule

December 22, 2022, The Cipher Brief

Open Secrets: Ukraine and the Next Intelligence Revolution

Author: Amy Zegart

December 22, 2022, Foreign Affairs

China Next Door: How the CCP is Reshaping Latin America

Author: Capt. Steven Arango

December 21, 2022, CIMSEC

The Other Side Says Your Evidence Is a Deepfake. Now What?

Author: Matthew Ferraro

December 21, 2022, Wilmer Hale

What Do the Jan. 6th Committee’s Criminal Referrals Mean for the Special Counsel Investigation?

Author: Paul Rosenzweig

December 21, 2022, The Bulwark

The Sweep: Primary Concerns

Author: Sarah Isgur

December 20, 2022, The Dispatch

When Reading the Jan. 6 Committee’s Summary, don’t Skip the Notes!

Author: Benjamin Wittes

December 20, 2022, Lawfare

The Pentagon’s $45 Billion 140 MHz Spectrum Blindspot

Author: Roslyn Layton

December 19, 2022, Forbes

SEC: Punishing Progress While Rewarding Confusion

Author: Roslyn Layton

December 19, 2022, Forbes

Reflections on Three Decades of U.S. Efforts to Resolve the Lockerbie Bombing

Author: John B. Bellinger III

December 19, 2022, Lawfare

Diversity Is Continuity in the Cyber Domain

Author: Paul Rosenzweig

December 16, 2022, The Cyber Edge

Top 5 Reasons America Must Support Ukraine and Help It Defeat Russia

Author: Michael Allen

December 15, 2022, Fox News

FBI Data and Threat Website Hacked

Author: Klon Kitchen

December 15, 2022, The Dispatch

The Intricate Balance of Protecting Journalism and National Security 

Authored: Ellen McCarthy

December 14, 2022, The Cipher Brief

ChatGPT Successfully Imitates a Talented Sociopath with Too Many Lawyers

Authored: Stewart Baker

December 13, 2022, Reason

Section 308’s Overbroad Restrictions on Post-Intelligence Community Jobs

Author: Stewart Baker

December 12, 2022, Lawfare

An open, unfiltered internet could be the key to toppling autocrats

Authored: Jamil Jaffer

December 8, 2022, The Hill

Location, Location, Location

Authored: Stewart Baker

December 5, 2022, Reason

Nothing Is Free: Contrarian Thoughts On Broadband Policy

Authored: Roslyn Layton

December 5, 2022, Forbes

Climate Policies Not Based on Market Principles Will Fail | Opinion

Authored: Mario Loyola

December 2, 2022, Newsweek

Why Congress Needs to Improve Its Regulatory Oversight

Authored: Dan Lips

December 2, 2022, National Review

Better Together: How the Quad Countries Can Operationalise 5G Security

Authored: Alexandra Seymour

December 2, 2022, ORF

Pushing Back on Pushwoosh

Authored: Klon Kitchen

December 1, 2022, The Dispatch

Congress needs to act immediately so drone authorities don’t lapse

Authored: Paul Rosenzweig

November 30, 2022, The Hill

Russia’s Assault on Ukraine Exposes US, Allied Gaps in Preparing for Great-Power War

Authored: Jennifer Cafarella

November 30, 2022, Just Security

Toxified Tech

Authored: Steward Baker

November 28, 2022, Reason

I’m a Conservative Who Got Heckled at Yale Law School. But Not by Who You Think.

Authored: Sarah Isgur

November 21, 2022, Politico

Espionage With Chinese Characteristics

Authored: Klon Kitchen

November 17, 2022, The Dispatch

Opinion | Republicans Don’t Have to Write a ‘Blank Check’ for Ukraine

Authored: Michael Allen

November 17, 2022, Politico

LawFlash: New Export Controls on Computing and Semiconductor Manufacturing Items to China

Authored: Giovanna Cinelli

November 17, 2022, Morgan Lewis

Well Done Is Better Than Well Said – The Mutual Benefit Of Integrating ESG With Compliance: Part One

Authored: Julie Meyers Wood

November 16, 2022, Forbes

Election Aftershocks for Cyberlaw

Authored: Stewart Baker

November 15, 2022, Reason

Google Blasts Bipartisan Bill For Good Faith Negotiation On Network Use In South Korea

Authored: Roslyn Layton

November 13, 2022, Forbes

Smartphone chip firm MediaTek CEO sees ‘incremental’ move away from Taiwan

Authored: Jane Lee

November 13, 2022, Reuters

The FCC Covered List And The Regulatory Challenge To Deliver Security

Authored: Roslyn Layton

November 11, 2022, Forbes

What Expo 2027 can do for Minnesota

Authored: Sam Kaplan

November 11, 2022, StarTribune

Congratulations on a Successful Midterm Election

Authored: Klon Kitchen

November 10, 2022, The Dispatch

From ‘lunar intelligence’ to orbital waystations, the US needs to keep the moon on the mind

Authored: Joshua Huminski

November 7, 2022, Breaking Defense 

Congress Considers Legislation to Shift Export Control Jurisdiction from the Department of Commerce

Authored: Giovanna Cinelli

November 7, 2022, Morgan Lewis

We Just Saved the Internet (For Now)

Authored: Klon Kitchen

November 3, 2022, The Dispatch

How the U.S. Can Win the Global Semiconductor Race | Opinion

Authored: Gilman Louie

November 3, 2022, Newsweek

If China conquers Taiwan, it would be huge blow to US national security, economy

Authored: Michael Allen

November 3, 2022, Fox News

The Supreme Court Gets Another Chance to Rein in the Administrative State

Authored: Mario Loyola

November 3, 2022, National Review

Cyber incident reporting isn’t the problem — ignorance is

Authored: Megan Stifel

November 2, 2022, The Hill

Tehran’s Protest Problem may run deeper than it thinks

Authored: Norman Roule

October 31, 2022, The Cipher Brief

The Privacy, Data Protection and Cybersecurity Law Review: Global Overview

Authored: Alan Charles Raul

October 31, 2022, Lexology

Erosion of Trust: When Attacking Civilian Infrastructure Becomes the Weapon of Choice

Authored: Briana Peyto Frisone

October 31, 2022, Homeland Security Today

United States: CFIUS Issues Its First-Ever Enforcement And Penalty Guidelines

Authored: John Bellinger III

October 31, 2022, Arnold & Porter

Crypto Law Experts Suggest SEC Likely To Lose Key Case And Discredit Howey Test

Authored: Roslyn Layton

October 31, 2022, Forbes

Big Tech’s National Security Red Herring

Authored: Kara Frederick

October 28, 2022, The Heritage

The Sweep: DCCC Chair Sean Patrick Maloney Faces Mounting Criticism

Authored: Sarah Isgur

October 25, 2022, The Dispatch

Spotlight: How are Data Protection Laws Enforced in USA?

Authored: Alan Charles Raul

October 25, 2022, Lexology

The ‘Three Rs’ of President Biden’s Trans-Atlantic Privacy Outreach

Authored: Paul Rosenzweig

October 21, 2022, Lawfare

How to Launch a Nuclear Strike

Authored: Klon Kitchen

October 20, 2022, The Dispatch

Demystifying Cyber: Jessica Robinson’s Effort to Empower Women Online

Authored: Lauren Zabierek

October 19, 2022, Ms. Magazine

Sweeping US Export Controls on Semiconductor, Supercomputer Manufacturing in China Raises Compliance Questions

Authored: Giovanna Cinelli

October 19, 2022, Morgan Lewis

Sweeping US Export Controls on Semiconductor, Supercomputer Manufacturing in China Raises Compliance Questions

Authored: Kenneth Nunnenkamp

October 19, 2022, Morgan Lewis

The Sweep: Will the Dems’ McMullin Strategy Pay Off in Utah

Authored: Sarah Isgur

October 19, 2022, The Dispatch

Intelligence Agencies Must Transform Acquisition

Authored: Larry Hanauer

October 19, 2022, Federal News Network

Economic uncertainty is increasing cybersecurity risks

Authored: Chris Cochran

October 17, 2022, Help Net Security

What will AI do to branding?

Authored: Rob Walker

October 14, 2022, Fast Company

The Arctic Climate Double Standard Which Lets Russia And China Exploit Oil & Natural Gas

Authored: Roslyn Layton

October 14, 2022, Forbes

Game On

Authored: Klon Kitchen

October 13, 2022, The Dispatch

Curing Bias or Causing It?

Authored: Stewart Baker

October 12, 2022, Reason

Opinion: Use public-private partnership to attack COVID virus

Authored: John Norton Moore

October 12, 2022, Daily Press

FTC Could Soon Face High Court Reprimand

Authored: Gus Hirwitz

October 11, 2022, Real Clear Policy

Stealth Quotas: The dangerous cure for AI Bias 

Authored: Stewart Baker 

October, 10, 2022, Reason

The Sweep: Beware of sloppy polling

Authored: Sarah Isgur

October 11, 2022, The Dispatch 

Women and Children to the Front

Authored: Farah Pandith

October 9, 2022, Lawfare

Toward Greater Content Moderation Transparency Reporting

Authored: Paul Rosenzweig

October 6, 2022, Lawfare

Nuclear Knowledge

Authored: Klon Kitchen

October 6, 2022, The Dispatch 

Black, Korean and searching for the American dream

Authored: Laura Thomas

October 2, 2022, BBC News

I Am Not a Source; Reading My Twitter Feed Is Not a Method

Authored: Benjamin Witties

September 29, 2022, Lawfare

A Fresh Batch of Tech Potpourri

Authored: Klon Kitchen

September 28, 2022, The Dispatch

Judges, Justice, and Donald Trump

Authored: Benjamin Witties

September 27, 2022, The Bulwark

President DeSantis’s First Supreme Court Nominee

Authored: Stewart Baker

September 26, 2022, Reason

A new approach to closing the cyber workforce talent gap

Authored: Dan Lips

September 26, 2022, The Hill

The Crypto Correction Shows the Market Working

Authored: Jamil N. Jaffer

September 23, 2022, Barron’s 

Putin’s Petulance

Authored: Klon Kitchen

September 22, 2022, The Dispatch

A new tech regulatory agency? Key senator calls for more enforcement “teeth”

Authored: Tony Samp

September 21, 2022, DLA Piper

Biden Issues CFIUS Executive Order: What Has Changed and What Remains the Same

Authored: Kenneth Nunnenkamp

September 21, 2022, Morgan Lewis

Demystifying Cyber: Tennisha Martin, the Ethical Hacker Who Founded BlackGirlsHack

Authored: Lauren Zabierek

September 20, 2022, Ms. Magazine

On the horizon: more cyber investigations from a growing number of federal agencies

Authored: Michael Bahar

September 15, 2022, Global Investigation Review

Is Silicon Valley Spying on Conservatives for the FBI?

Authored: Stewart Baker

September 15, 2022, Reason

The End of Roe Will Spark a Digital Civil War

Authored: Matt Perrault

September 14, 2022, Wired

Missouri Decision Foreshadows Outcomes of Remaining Coronavirus-Related Suits Against China

Authored: John Bellinger

September 14, 2022, Lawfare

When China buys US farmland, they hear ‘this place is open’: Geoffrey Cain

Authored: Geoffrey Cain

September 13, 2022, FOX News

Global Economic Freedom Plunged During the Coronavirus Panic

Authored: Benjamin Powell

September 13, 2022, Independent Institute

Investors, analysts question Biden’s plan to limit U.S. investments in Chinese tech

Authored: David Hanke

September 12, 2022, CyberScoop

Congressional Session of the Living Dead

Authored: Stewart Baker

September 12, 2022, Reason

Former president Donald Trump’s lawyers call Mar-a-Lago probe ‘misguided’

Authored: David Weinstein

September 12, 2022, WPTV

Online Casino Fight Sparks New Look at Tech Legal Shield

Authored: Matt Perault

September 10, 2022, Bloomberg Law

The Impact of JCPOA

Authored: Norman Roule

September 8, 2022, The Cipher Brief

This Is the Apple Way

Authored: Klon Kitchen

September 8, 2022, The Dispatch

The Lack of Content Moderation Transparency: The Cloudflare and Kiwi Farms Example

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

September 8, 2022, Lawfare

Everything Wrong With Judge Cannon’s Ruling

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

September 8, 2022, Lawfare

All the Cyberlaw You Missed in August

Authored: Stewart Baker

September 7, 2022, Reason

Red China ‘Backs the Blue’

Authored: Klon Kitchen 

September 1, 2022, The Dispatch

It’s the worst possible time to revive the Iran nuclear deal

Authored: Mike Rogers

September 1, 2022, The Hill

‘Cyclops Blink’ Shows Why the SEC’s Proposed Cybersecurity Disclosure Rule Could Undermine the Nation’s Cybersecurity

Authored: Alan Charles Raul

August 30, 2022, Lawfare

Evaluating the Jan. 6 Committee’s Evidence

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

August 29, 2022, Lawfare

Gensler Says Crypto Treated Just Like The Market; 200 SEC Lawsuits Say Otherwise.

Authored: Roslyn Layton

August 28, 2022, Forbes

After The Fall: The Impact Of The Chaotic Evacuation From Afghanistan On America’s Veterans

Authored: Amy Mitchell

August 24, 2022, 19FortyFive

CHINA’S FLAWED “SINOSTAN” AMBITIONS

Authored: Joshua Huminski

August 21, 2022, The Diplomatic Courier

Chinese Drone Maker DJI and the US Congress

Authored: Alexandra Seymour

August 18, 2022, The Diplomat

Before Russian invasion, US made novel use of intelligence-as-strategy

Authored: Joshua Huminski

August 18, 2022, Breaking Defense

Hong Kong Crackdowns, Extinction Reversals, and the Return of Supersonic Flightsy

Authored: Klon Kitchen

August 18, 2022, The Dispatch

The US needs a plan for space operations and national security

Authored: Mike Rogers

August 17, 2022, The Hill

Bipartisan legislation supports state and local cybersecurity

Authored: Daniel Kroese

August 16, 2022, The Hill

Twitter Spies, Cash Tornadoes, and Silicon Sanctions

Authored: Klon Kitchen

August 11, 2022, The Dispatch

The New Age of Energy Crisis and Diplomacy

Authored: Norman Roule

August 10, 2022, The CypherBrief

What We Do and Don’t Know About the FBI’s Mar-a-Lago Search

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

August 09, 2022, Lawfare

Iran’s ‘state’ terrorism and an American policy of deterrence

Authored: Norman Roule

August 4, 2022, The Hill 

US Government Ramps Up Scrutiny of Foreign Investments

Authored: Benjamin Powell and Matthew Ferraro

August 4, 2022, Wilmer Hale

The real roadblock to Biden’s Climate Agenda

Authored: Mario Loyola

August 4, 2022, NY Sun

Killing Zawahiri: How the CIA Hunts Monsters

Authored: Klon Kitchen

August 4, 2022, The Dispatch

Analysis: It’s Time to Create the Commission on Foreign Investment and National Security

Authored: Kenneth Nunnenkamp

August 1, 2022, Morgan Lewis

Analysis: It’s Time to Create the Commission on Foreign Investment and National Security

Authored: Giovanna Cinelli

August 1, 2022, Morgan Lewis

The CHIPS Act: Far From Perfect, but Still Very Good

Authored: Klon Kitchen

July 29, 2022, The Current

After Dobbs, Democrats and Republicans Switch Places on Speech Policy

Authored: Matt Perault

July 29, 2022, Lawfare

To Keep Up, We Must Startup

Authored: Alexandra Seymour

July 29, 2022, Real Clear Policy

The Semiconductor Bill Will Give the U.S. an Edge Against China

Authored: Jamil N. Jaffer

July 28, 2022, Barron’s

How to Evaluate Progress in the Justice Department’s Jan. 6 Investigation

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

July 27, 2022, Lawfare Blog

Dusty Old Industrial Policy Gets Dusted Off

Authored: Stewart Baker

July 26, 2022, Lawfare

NATO’s Strategic Awakening with China

Authored: Alex Gallo

July 22, 2022, The Hill

Demystifying Cyber: Raenesia Jones Pays It Forward to Young Black Girls

Authored: Lauren Zabierek

July 22, 2022, Ms. Magazine

The Secret Service Texting Scandal Makes No Sense

Authored: Paul Rosenzweig

July 21, 2022, The Atlantic

Congressional Appropriators Focus New Attention on Wasteful Spending

Authored: Dan Lips

July 20, 2022, National Review

In Defense of the Justice Department

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

July 20, 2022, Lawfare

The US is serving up pork to semiconductor manufacturers

Authored: Benjamin Powell

July 20, 2022, The Hill

Cybersecurity’s First Crash Report

Authored: Stewart Baker

July 19, 2022, Reason

Lifting the Fog of War

Authored: Leon Panetta

July 19, 2022, Wilson Quarterly

Will the GOP Abandon Ukraine?

Authored: Michael Allen

July 15, 2022, The Wall Street Journal

Walter Russel Mead’s epic history of America’s relationship with Israel

Authored: Mario Loyola

July 14, 2022, The Washington Examiner

When the Chips are Down

Authored: Klon Kitchen

July 14, 2022, The Dispatch

A bipartisan vote for good government

Authored: Dan Lips

July 14, 2022, The Hill

How Congress Is Reshaping Its Role In Economic Sanctions

Authored: Carter Burwell

July 13, 2022, Law360

TikTok: America’s Drug of Choice

Authored: Roslyn Layton

July 12, 2022, Forbes

Fintechs Use Regtech to Stay Ahead of the Curve

Authored: Julie Meyers Wood

July 12, 2022, Forbes

“The first thing we do, let’s hack all the lawyers”

Authored: Stewart Baker

July 11, 2022, Cyberlaw Podcast

Donald Trump’s Impeachment Lies to Congress

Authored: Benjamin Wittes

July 11, 2022, Lawfare

Oh Canada: A Canadian Risk Assessment of United States

Authored: Paul Rosenzweig

July 8, 2022, Lawfare Blog

Impacts of Sanctions and Export Controls on Supply Chains

Authored: Patrick Rowan

July 8, 2022, Global Investigations Review

How the changing workforce & rising interest rates impact workers’ comp

Authored: Bryan Ware

July 8, 2022, NU Property Casualty 360

BIS Hammers 36 Russian Military Suppliers; Chinese Military Suppliers Get A Pass

Authored: Rosyln Layton

July 1, 2022, Forbes  

FBI Warns That Scammers Are Using Deepfakes to Apply for Sensitive Jobs

Authored: Matthew Ferraro

July 1, 2022, Wilmer Hale

Behind Biden’s EPA Power Grab

Authored: Mario Loyola

June 30, 2022, The Wall Street Journal

The Sweep: Politics in a Post-Roe America

Authored: Sarah Isgur

June 30, 2022, The Dispatch

3 essential themes from NRF PROTECT

Authored: William Evanina

June 28, 2022, National Retail Federation

Victory in Ukraine could mean a stalemate

Authored: Joshua Huminski

June 28, 2022, The Hill

A “whole-of-state” approach to cybersecurity

Authored: Gen. Keith Alexander (Ret.)

June 24, 2022, Security Boulevard

Cambridge College Emerging Tech Academy Awarded Cummings Foundation Grant to Support STEM for High School Students

Authored: Gary Evee

June 24, 2022, EIN News

Lord, Have Mercy on Ukraine and Defeat the Russian Army

Authored: Klon Kitchen

June 23, 2022, The Dispatch

Demystifying Cyber: Raenesia Jones Pays It Forward to Young Black Girls

Authored: Lauren Zabierek

June 22, 2022, Ms Magazine

We fought to defend democracy. This new threat to America now keeps us awake at night.

Authored: Gen. Michael Hayden (Ret.)

June 22, 2022, USA Today

Why trust is the ultimate key to success

Authored: Adam Golodner

June 17, 2022, Fast Company

Kneecapping U.S. Tech Companies Is a Recipe for Economic Disaster

Authored: Jamil N. Jaffer

June 17, 2022, Barron’s 

How To Prepare Your Compliance Department For The Fintech Future

Authored: Julie Meyers Wood

June 16, 2022, Forbes

Has a Google AI Become Sentient?

Authored: Klon Kitchen

June 16, 2022, The Dispatch

The Top Five Mistakes Of Underperforming Cybersecurity Teams

Authored: Lyndon Brown

June 16, 2022, Forbes

The SEC’s Crypto Bait And Switch And Investors’ Loss Of $15 Billion

Authored: Rosyln Layton

June 15, 2022, Forbes

Supreme Court Rules in Double Jeopardy Case

Authored: Sarah Isgur

June 14, 2022, The Dispatch

Proposed bipartisan legislation aims to clarify the crypto regulatory landscape

Authored: Michael Bahar

June 14, 2022, Eversheds Sutherland

The Potential of Integrating Intelligence and Intuition

Authored: Carmen Medina

June 11, 2022, The Cipher Brief

What Is the Ukraine Endgame?

Authored: Mario Loyola

June 9, 2022, National Review

Getting Smart on Intelligence

Authored: Klon Kitchen

June 9, 2022, The Dispatch

Silicon Sellout: Apple’s Chip Deal With YMTC Threatens 24,000 High-Paying US Jobs

Authored: Roslyn Layton

June 08, 2022, Forbes

Congress Must End the Federal Mask Mandate Once and for All

Authored: Benjamin Powell

June 07, 2022, The Hill

Building a Regional, Right of Boom Cyber Defense Network

Authored: Lauren Zabierek

June 07, 2022, War on the Rocks

Are Chinese Gamers Leaking China’s Military Secrets?

Authored: Stewart Baker

June 07, 2022, The Volokh Conspiracy

The Sweep: Why Issues Don’t Change Votes

Authored: Sarah Isgur

June 07, 2022, The Dispatch

The CISO Shortlist: Top Priorities at RSAC 2022

Authored: Will Lin

June 06, 2022, Dark Reading

How to Spin Failures of the Left

Authored: James Freeman

June 06, 2022, Wall Street Journal

Don’t Drone On

Authored: Klon Kitchen

June 03, 2022, The Dispatch

Public School Closures Harmed Children’s Academic and Emotional Wellbeing

Authored: Dan Lips

June 02, 2022, The Hill

Volodymyr Zelensky on War, Technology, and the Future of Ukraine

Authored: Geoffrey Cain

June 02, 2022, Wired

Republicans need to step up and lead

Authored: Joseph Moreno

June 02, 2022, Washington Examiner

Thoughts on the Michael Sussmann Verdict

Author: Benjamin Wittes

June 02, 2022, Lawfare

A Civil Discourse on SBOMs

Authored: Sounil Yu

June 01, 2022, Security Week

How Do You Solve A Problem Like Primaries?

Authored: Sarah Isgur

June 01, 2022, The Dispatch

The Sweep: Who’s Got the Best Strategy for 2024?

Authored: Sarah Isgur

June 01, 2022, The Dispatch

Policymakers need to protect digital innovation

Authored: Michael Allen

June 01, 2022, The Roanoke Times

What Alito Should Have Written

Authored: Sarah Isgur

June 01, 2022, Politico

Reimagining technology for the next generation

Authored: Denise Zheng

June 01, 2022, CIO

Social Media Is Hurting Kids, but a Fix May Be on Horizon

Authored: Kara Frederick

June 01, 2022, The Heritage Foundation

Up 700%, China’s Consumption Of US Coal Drives Shortages, Not Railroads

Authored: Roslyn Layton

June 01, 2022, Forbes

The Sweep: Who’s Got the Best Strategy for 2024?

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Sarah Isgur

June 01, 2022, The Dispatch

Cybersecurity Firms Vade, Seemplicity, Surefire Cyber Get $72 Million in Funding

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Don Dixon

May 31, 2022, Channel Futures

Offering Advice Is Not Enough: In-House Lawyers Must Be Leaders

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Joseph Moreno

May 31, 2022, Bloomberg Law

Preserving our hard-fought legacy of freedom

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Gen Keith Alexander (Ret.)

May 30, 2022, Security Boulevard

United States: Privacy And Security In Transactional Due Diligence

Authored: NSI Fellow Megan Brown

May 30, 2022, Mondaq

No ‘Restraint’

Authored: NSI Fellow Klon Kitchen

May 26, 2022, The Dispatch

Cybersecurity M&A shows little sign of fatigue

Authored: NSI Fellow Joseph Williams

May 26, 2022, SP Global

Strengthen the Open Technology Fund to Counter Digital Authoritarianism

Authored: NSI Fellow Dan Lips

May 26, 2022, National Interest

Leveraging Electronic Health Care Records To Improve Public Policy

Authored: NSI Fellow Roslyn Layton

May 25, 2022, Forbes

Ukraine versus Afghanistan: Lessons in National Solidarity

Authored: NSI Fellow Geoffrey Cain

May 25, 2022, American Affairs Journal

Will the battle for space happen on the ground?

Authored: NSI Fellow Bryan Ware

May 24, 2022, World Economic Forum

No Magic Bullet: The Difficulties of Reforming Big Tech

Authored: NSI Fellow Matt Perault

May 23, 2022, The National Interest

Op-ed: To mitigate the threat of cyberattacks, city must invest in 5G

Authored: NSI Fellow Diane Rinaldo

May 23, 2022, Crain’s New York Business

Reframing the Debate on Cybersecurity Relations

Authored: Lauren Zabierek

June 17, 2022, Inkstick

Security should be funded in contracts with vendors to bolster medical device security

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Greg Garcia 

May 20, 2022, SC Magazine

Data Matters: The Declaration for the Future of the Internet

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul 

May 19, 2022, Data Matters

Why is Congress broken? Because the other branches are doing its job

Authored: NSI Faculty Sarah Isgur

May 19, 2022, Hot Air

Demystifying Cybersecurity: Author Zinet Kemal Is Paving the Way for Young Immigrant Women in Cyber

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Lauren Zabierek 

May 19, 2022, Ms Magazine

Quantum Q&A

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen

May 19, 2022, The Dispatch

End-to-end management, monitoring and support for CrowdStrike Falcon Added to Pondurance MDR Services

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Lyndon Brown 

May 18, 2022, Security Boulevard

An end to end-to-end encryption?

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker

May 16, 2022, Reason Magazine

Are Your Partners Putting You At Risk? Take These Five Steps To Ensure They Have Proper Cybersecurity Measures In Place

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Lyndon Brown

May 13, 2022, Forbes

Surveillance Systems and Internet Rules: Blunting China’s Techno-Totalitarianism

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen

May 5, 2022, The Dispatch

Opinion: Abortion Might Not Be the Wedge Issue It Used to Be

Authored: NSI Faculty Sarah Isgur

May 4, 2022, The Dispatch

The Sweep: What Does J.D. Vance’s Victory Tell Us About the Midterms?

Authored: NSI Faculty Sarah Isgur

May 4, 2022, The Dispatch

Google’s Spamgate: Episode 405 of the Cyberlaw Podcast

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker

May 3, 2022, Reason Magazine

How Can One Know When to Trust Hardware and Software

Authored: NSI Advisory Board members Benjamin Wittes and Paul Rosenzweig

May 3, 2022, Lawfare

Spectrum Auctions Have Raised $230 Billion; The FCC’s Authority To Conduct Them Will Lapse Soon If Congress Doesn’t Act.

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

April 29, 2022, Forbes

Ukraine in Crisis

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen

April 28, 2022, The Dispatch

Advances in commercial space having geopolitical and national security implications

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski

April 28, 2022, Space news

Tech Potpurri

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen

April 28, 2022, The Dispatch

Artificial Intelligence and Chemical and Biological Weapons

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig

April 27, 2022, Lawfare

Personal View: China’s Unfair Advantage — Enabled by American Tech Giants

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig

April 24, 2022, Crain’s Cleveland

Commerce’s BIS Can Help Stop China’s Quest For AI Dominance

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

April 23, 2022, Forbes

Informatized Wars: How China Thinks About Cyber

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen

April 21, 2022, The Dispatch

How and Why We Change

Authored: NSI Faculty Sarah Isgur

April 19, 2022, The Dispatch

Confirmation bias meets the Ukraine War and Elon Musk

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker

April 18, 2022, Reason

A bill to cut billions in government waste

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Dan Lips

April 18, 2022, Washington Examiner

The Security, Privacy And Supply Chain Problems Of The Chinese Military In Your iPhone

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

April 15, 2022, Forbes 

The FBI Hacks U.S. Networks (Again)

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen

April 14, 2022, The Dispatch

Here’s how the U.S. Should respond to any Russian Cyberattacks

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Dmitri Alperovitch

April 14, 2022, Washington Post

BLM Global Network Foundation’s Creators Are Not Interested in Black Lives

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Kara Frerick

April 13, 2022, The Daily Signal

Why Russia’s Cyber Warriors Haven’t Crippled Ukraine

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen

April 12, 2022, The National Interest

Disinformation Demands a Collective Defense

Coauthored: NSI Visiting Fellow Lisa Kaplan

April 9, 2022, Tech Crunch

The Good Guys Want Your Data, Too

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen

April 7, 2022, The Dispatch

The New Voting Restrictions Aren’t as Restrictive as Many Think

Authored: NSI Faculty member Sarah Isgur

April 7, 2022, Politico

The Easy, Ugly Impulse to Ban Books and Punish Librarians and Teachers

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig

April 7, 2022, The Bulwark

Minimizing The Negative Externalities Of Digital Transformation

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Sounil Yu

April 5, 2022, Forbes

More Than Ever, Security Matters

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Adam Golodner

April 1, 2022, Dark Reading

China Doesn’t Want To Watch You Dance

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen

March 31, 2022, The Dispatch

The Retail Industry Prepares For a Russian Cyberattacks

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Christian Beckner

March 31, 2022, National Retail Federation

Time to Lighten the Load on our Growing Cyber Albatross

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry

March 30, 2022, SC Media

Transatlantic Privacy Threepeat

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker

March 29, 2022, Lawfare

The Ghost of the Soviet Union Still Haunts the Internet

Authored: NSI Advisory Board members Stewart Baker and Paul Rosenzweig

March 28, 2022, Wired

Once the Smoke Clears, What’s Next for Ukraine and Russia?

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Josh Huminski

March 28, 2022, The Hill

Why Biden’s Declaration Was More Than a Gaffe

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Lester Munson

March 28, 2022, New York Sun

Lapsus$, Microsoft and Okta: Cybergeddon or Cyber Non-Events?

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry

March 28, 2022, Gulf Business

Four Easy Steps to Protect Business Growth from Cyberattacks

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Lyndon Brown

March 25, 2022, Fast Company

Shields Up! The Biden Administration Tells Industry to Prepare for Russian Cyber Attacks

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen

March 24, 2022, The Dispatch 

A Cavalcade of Paranoia

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker

March 22, 2022, Reason

JCPOA: If We Get to Agreement, what will it Mean?

Authored: Norman Roule

March 21, 2022, The Cipher Brief

Kentanji Brown Jackson, Guantanamo and the Role of Defense Attorneys

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes

March 20, 2022, Lawfare

We must put emotions aside and ask the hard questions on Ukraine

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski

March 20, 2022, The Hill

America deserves a Cabinet-level Department of Cybersecurity

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Bryson Bort

March 20, 2022, The Hill

The Dangers of Putin’s Paranoia

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Dmitri Alperovitch

March 18, 2022, Foreign Affairs

Ukraine isn’t an insurgency — yet

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Jennifer Cafarella

March 15, 2022, Defense Post

New Methods, Better Military: Remote Work and Distributed Teams are the Future of the U.S. Military

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Steven Arango

March 2022, U.S. Naval Institute

The West Must Decide How Far is Too Far with Russia

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski

March 13, 2022, The Hill

Countering Harmful Content: A Research Agenda

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig

March 12, 2022, Lawfare 

For the Sake of Our National Security, Congress Must End its Budget Battles

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Mike Rogers

March 12, 2022, The Hill

School’s in Session: What Russia’s Experience in Ukraine May Teach China

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen

March 10, 2022, The Dispatch

Biden EO Promises the World; Fintech Investors and Innovators Just Want Stable Regulation

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

March 10, 2022, Forbes

‘Shields Up’ is a Slogan, not a Strategy

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Gentry Lane

March 9, 2022, The Cipher Brief

Democracy Or Dictatorship? Corporate Headquarters Influence Russian Exit

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

March 8, 2022, Forbes

Winning the war for cyber–and cyber talent

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Mike McConnell 

March 7, 2022, FCW

Beyond sanctions, we must be smart, cautious and creative with Russia

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua C. Huminksi 

March 6, 2022, The Hill

The Weapon the West Used Against Putin

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Amy Zegart

March 5, 2022, The Atlantic

SEC Proposes cybersecurity risk management rules for investment advisors, funds, and business development companies

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Michael Bahar

March 2, 2022, Lexology

European Telecom Operators Offer Free Services in Solidarity with Ukraine

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

March 1, 2022, Forbes

US Fiber Production is One Bright Spot in Sobering Supply Chain Report

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

March 1, 2022, Forbes

Putin’s Disinformation & Opportunity: Weapons of Mass Destruction 

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow David Lasseter

February 28, 2022, Real Clear Defense

New Study: US Broadband Prices Fell 42% Since 2016

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

February 28, 2022, Forbes

Why the EPA Needs a Lesson in Constitutional Law

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Mario Loyola

February 24, 2022, The New York Sun

Germany, the Reluctant Ally With a Russia Problem

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Martha Miller

February 23, 2022, The New York Sun

Dmitri Alperovitch on the Risks of Escalation

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Dmitri Alperovich

February 23, 2022, The Economist

New Model Code for Personal Data Protection is Better than GDPR

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

February 22, 2022, Forbes

What To Expect With Cyber Surprise – Lawfare

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig

February 18, 2022, Lawfare

Today’s crisis in Ukraine highlights the Security Investment Paradox

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry

February 18, 2022, SC Media

Why you should want the IRS to use facial recognition technology

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker

February 18, 2022, Reason

IRS facial recognition technology would help prevent identity theft.

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker

February 18, 2022, Washington Post

Cybertoonz returns

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker

February 16, 2022, Reason

Where Is the Justice Department on the Trump Obstruction Offenses?

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes

February 14, 2022, Lawfare

Why Cyber Threats are a C-Suite Issue 

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Matthew F. Ferraro

February 13, 2022, Financial Times

New Data Shows Tech Patent Troll Cases are Rising at USITC

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

February 9, 2022, Forbes

In Russia Crisis, Ukraine Should Be Prepared To Trade Land For Independence

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Mario Loyola

February 4, 2022, The Federalist

The Great Lockdown Lie

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow member Mario Loyola

February 3, 2022, National Review

Major Cyber Attacks Not the ‘New Normal’

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow member Gentry Lane

February 3, 2022, National Defense

Team USA Warns Athletes About Using Personal Tech at the Beijing Olympics

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

February 2, 2022, Forbes

Russia’s Ukraine Gambit is an Opportunity to Steel US Resolve

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Mike Rogers

January 31, 2022, The Hill

The Meaning of “We” at the SEC

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

January 30, 2022, Forbes

U.S. and Foreign Cybersecurity and Intelligence Agencies Recommend Measures to Counteract Threat of Russian Cyberattacks

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul

January 28, 2021, Data Matters

How Russia Has Turned Ukraine Into a Cyber-Battlefield

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Dmitri Alperovitch

January 28, 2022, Foreign Affairs

Russia and China’s Private Internets are the Ideal Forts for Cyberattacks

Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Mike Rogers

January 27, 2022, The Hill

With Russia’s Ukraine build-up, NATO faces existential crisis of coherence

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua C. Huminski

January 26, 2022, Breaking Defense

Guantanamo Bay: Twenty Years Later

Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member John Bellinger

January 24, 2022, Lawfare

Uniform Law Commission Proposes “Reasonable” Uniform Personal Data Protection Act for State-by-State Adoption as Federal Privacy Bills Languish

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul

January 24, 2022, Data Matters

If Trump Had Greenlighted Russia To Invade Ukraine Like Biden Just Did, He’d Be Accused Of Corruption

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Jeremy Bash

January 21, 2022, The Federalist

Crypto Hacking and Power Outages: Buyers Beware on AWS Cloud

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

January 21, 2022, Forbes

Here’s how we can bridge the ‘data divide’ for a more equitable future

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Teresa Carlson

January 20, 2022, The European Sting

Kenny Rogers, China, and the tech business

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig

January 19, 2022, The Hill

It’s Time for the U.S. to Let 5G in the C-Band Take Off

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

January 14, 2022, Forbes

Rethinking the Homeland Security Enterprise

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig

January 12, 2022, Lawfare

Log4J Cyber ​​Threat Requires New Approach to Design Flaws

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Jeremy Bash

January 11, 2022, War on the Rocks

Dynamics in the Middle East are Shifting, but in which Direction?

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Norman Roule

January 10, 2022, The Cipher Brief

How Fake Spies Ruin Real Intelligence

Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Amy Zegart

January 7, 2022, The Atlantic

CFIUS Should Revisit Intel-SK Hynix Merger Given China’s ‘3rd Party’ Remedy

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Roslyn Layton

January 6, 2022, Forbes

Introducing The Aftermath: A Podcast Series from Lawfare

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes

January 6, 2022, Lawfare

What Merrick Garland Said About Jan. 6

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes

January 6, 2022, Lawfare

The Privacy, Data Protection and Cybersecurity Law Review: APEC Overview

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul

January 6, 2022, Lexology

Hard power and conventional deterrence still matter, just ask Putin

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski

January 5, 2022, Breaking Defense

I was there Jan. 6: We need to counter foreign influence as well as address domestic division

Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Michelle Van Cleave

January 4, 2022, The Hill

The D.C. District Court and the Jan. 6 Cases

Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member John Bellinger

January 3, 2022, Lawfare

America’s Cyber Reckoning
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Sue Gordon
January 1, 2022, Foreign Affairs

The Case for Cyber Realism
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Dmitri Alperovitch
January 1, 2022, Foreign Affairs

Merrick Garland Needs to Speak Up
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
December 21, 2021, Lawfare

Log4Shell will have a lasting ripple effect

Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry

December 15, 2021, SC Magazine

U.S. Commerce Department Proposes Expansion of Information and Communications Technology and Services Review Process
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul
December 9, 2021, Data Matters

The Omicron Variant is Another Excuse for Government Meddling
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Powell
December 7, 2021, Independent Institute

How Crowd-Forecasting Might Decrease the Cybersecurity Knowledge Deficit
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
December 6, 2021, Lawfare

The FAA must resolve its halt to the 5G rollout
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Mike Rogers
December 2, 2021, Mike Rogers.Com

The Business of Knowing: Private Market Data and Contemporary Intelligence
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen
December 1, 2021, Lawfare

Learning from Cyber Incidents – Adapting Aviation Safety Models to Cybersecurity
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
December 1, 2021, R Street

A Software Primer for Attorneys After Cyber Executive Order
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul
December 1, 2021, Data Matters

My Worry for America
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Michael Hayden
December 1, 2021, The Cipher Brief

Environmental Deconfliction 2021: the National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2021
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Matthew Ferraro
November 30, 2021,  Environmental Law Reporter

The Business of Knowing: Private Market Data and Contemporary Intelligence
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen
November 30, 2021,  Lawfare

A Software Primer For Attorneys After Cyber Executive Order
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul
November 30, 2021, Data Matters

The D.C. Circuit Takes on Executive Privilege
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
November 30, 2021, Lawfare

U.S. Federal Bank Regulators Require Notifications For Material Cybersecurity Incidents
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul
November 26, 2021, Mondaq

U.S. Federal Bank Regulators Require Notifications For Material Cybersecurity Incidents
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul
November 25, 2021, Mondaq

Governance Challenges 2021–2022: Digital Transformation Oversight
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul
November 25, 2021, Mondaq

On executive privilege, Mark Meadows has just about everything wrong
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul
November 22, The Washington Post

A Software Primer For Attorneys After Cyber Executive Order
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul
November 22, Law 360

U.S. Federal Bank Regulators Require Notifications For Material Cybersecurity Incidents
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul
November 22, Data Matters

4 ways consumers can securely shop online this holiday season
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Christian Beckner
November 22, 2021, National Retail Federation

Here’s what the cyber industry can expect from the infrastructure bill
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry
November 15, 2021, SC Magazine

REvil Is Down—For Now
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Dmitri Alperovitch
November 16, 2021,  Lawfare

Legislation Can’t Fix Social Media
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen
November 15, 2021,  The Dispatch

Collective Defense Is Key to Halting the Cyber Pandemic
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Keith B. Alexander and NSI Founder and Executive Director Jamil Jaffer
November 9, 2021, Barrons

Zero Trust Race is On: Do You Have the Right Engine?
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry
November 9, 2021, Security Boulevard

Winter is Coming: Global Energy Markets and the Impact on National Security
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Norman Roule
November 8, 2021, The Cipher Brief

Op-Ed | Security Clearance Reforms Needed to Accelerate Space Innovation
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
November 5, 2021, Space News

Moving Beyond Assured Access to Space
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
November 2, 2021, Breaking Defense

Microsoft Publishes Veiled Mea Culpa Disguised as Research
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry
October 26, 2021, Security Boulevard

Retailers confront a growing risk of cyberattacks
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Christian Beckner
October 25, 2021, National Retail Federation

Why China’s Hypersonic Missile Tests Are So Concerning
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen
October 19, 2021, The Dispatch

The Cyber Monoculture Risk
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
October 1, 2021, Lawfare

Update Your Apple Devices to Guard Against Pegasus Spyware Attacks
Authored: NSI Visting Fellow Sam Curry
September 14, 2021, Cyber Reason

Farah Pandith on the success and sorrow of American Muslims
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Farah Pandith
September 10, 2021, The Economist

Remembering the Gains of the Afghanistan War
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
September 9, 2021, Lawfare

Apple Client-Side Scanning Takes A Pause
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
September 4, 2021, Lawfare

The ‘Lab-leak’ inquiry at the State Department: An Open Letter by former Assistant Secretary Christopher Ford
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Christopher Ford
August 31, 2021, ahramonline

Lessons Learned on Building Cyber Resilience
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Megan Stifel
August 29, 2021, Venture Beat

The ‘Forever War’ Hasn’t Ended
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Wolfowitz
August 27, 2021, The Wall Street Journal

Prudence Could Dictate Vaccine Mandates
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
August 17, 2021, Newsweek

T-Mobile Data Breach Amplifies Larger Cybersecurity Challenge
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry
August 17, 2021, Security Boulevard

What Should the U.S. Expect from the ‘New’ Taliban Regime?
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Norman Roule
August 17, 2021, The Cipher Brief

Expert Brief: Iran, the Middle East and Strategies around Oil
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Norman Roule
August 4, 2021, The Cipher Brief

How Web Surveillance Programs Work in America
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
July 27, 2021, The Great Course Daily

Op-ed: America can help itself by assisting these Covid-racked nations
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
July 26, 2021, CNBC

The World Bank is Missing U.S. Leadership
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Brent McIntosh
July 22, 2021, Foreign Policy

We need a better defense — and tougher offense — to combat Russia’s hacks
Authored: NSI Founder and Executive Director Jamil Jaffer and NSI Advisory Board member Keith Alexander
July 14, 2021, The Hill

Op-ed: American corporations must stop selling out to China’s brutal regime
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
July 13, 2021, CNBC

To end cyberterrorism, the government should extend a hand to the private sector – TechCrunch
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Joseph Moreno
June 25, 2021, Business Blockchain HQ

National Security and the Orthodoxy of Tribes
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Carmen Medina
June 24, 2021, The Cipher Brief

Is antitrust a remedy for Big Tech’s suppression of speech?
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Stewart Baker
June 24, 2021, Reason

Why DoD Needs an Arsenal of Innovation
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Alex Gallo
June 16, 2021, The Cipher Brief

There Is No Way Joe Biden Should Have A Summit With Vladimir Putin
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member David Shedd
June 10, 2021, 1945

Crypto Needs Regulation, but It Doesn’t Need New Rules
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Brent McIntosh
June 6, 2021, The Wall Street Journal

America Is Stuck Reacting to Cyberattacks. We Can Break the Cycle.
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Keith Alexander and NSI Founder and Executive Director Jamil Jaffer
May 12, 2021, Barrons

Opinion: CIA Critics are creating a false choice between diversity and excellence
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Sue Gordon
May 12, 2021, The Washington Post

Is it Really 85%
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
May 11, 2021, Lawfare

Ban Him Forever
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
May 5, 2021, The Atlantic

The Strategic Cyber Security Leader: How To Know When It’s Time To Switch To MDR
Authored: NSI Fellow Lyndon Brown
April 15, 2021, VAR Insights

The pandemic has disproportionately impacted women in the workforce – it’s crucial that we empower female leaders in tech
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Teresa Carlson
April 14, 2021, feNews

Keeping the Home Court Advantage: Securing America’s Cyberspace
Authored: NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer and Advisory Board member Keith Alexander
April 9, 2021, Newsweek

Announcing the ‘After Trump’ Podcast
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
April 8, 2021, Lawfare

State Court Docket Watch: State of Montana v. Mercier
Authored: NSI Faculty member Arthur Rizer
April 5, 2021, The Federalist Society

It Takes Lots of Permits to Save the Planet
Authored: NSI Fellow Mario Loyola
April 4, 2021, The Wall Street Journal

Teen terrorism inspired by social media is on the rise. Here’s what we need to do.
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Farah Pandith
March 22, 2021, NBC

Time for Answers About Those Intelligence Reports DHS Filed About Me
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
March 19, 2021, Lawfare

And One More Thing: Further Thoughts on How the IC Can Do Better
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Carmen Medina
March 17, 2021, Cipher Brief

How Should the U.S. Respond to the SolarWinds and Microsoft Exchange Hacks?
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Dmitri Alperovitch
March 12, 2021, Lawfare

Fault Lines: Supply Chains and Relationship Strains
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Lester Munson
March 10, 2021, Lawfare

Curtailing absentee voting could crush GOP in future elections
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
March 10, 2021, R-Street

Biden orders 100-day review of US supply chains for semiconductors, batteries, critical minerals and APIs
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow David Hanke
March 5, 2021, International Law Office

How to think about Russia
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
March 4, 2021, The Hill

How long before grid attacks become the new normal?
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Stewart Baker
March 1, 2021, Reason

The China Plan: A Transatlantic Blueprint for Strategic Competition
Authored: NSI Fellow Jim Danoy
March, 2021, Atlantic Council

Negotiating Against Ourselves on Iran
Authored: NSI Founder & Executive Director Jamil Jaffer
February 25, 2021, Newsweek

Economic defence alliances may help deter economic warfare
Authored: NSI Fellow Anthony Vinci
February 24, 2021, LSE

Why America would not survive a real first strike cyberattack today
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Mike Rogers
February 22, 2021, The Hill

A strong offense can decrease cyberattacks on critical infrastructure
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Michael Hayden
February 19, 2021, The Hill

Cybersecurity Coalition’s Ari Schwartz: Winning the hearts and minds of Congress
Authored: NSI Fellow Sam Curry
February 18, 2021, SC Magazine

DoD Cyber: A Conversation with Melissa Vice, COO for DoD’s Vulnerability Disclosure Program
Authored: NSI Fellow Megan Brown
February 18, 2021, JDSurpa

Russia’s hack was bad — but if we don’t act fast, it will get much worse
Authored: NSI Founder & Executive Director Jamil Jaffer and NSI Expert Gen. Alexander
February 17, 2021, The Hill

This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Stewart Baker
February 16, 2021, Reason

Maintaining Voluntary Measures for Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity Could be Deadly
Authored: NSI Fellow Bryson Bort
February 10, 2021, Cipher Brief

We Must Reorient US Cyber Strategy Around the Only Safe Assumption
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Dmitri Alperovitch
February 10, 2021, Defense One

The Cyberlaw Podcast: Well, Have You Ever Seen Dr. Octopus and Sen. Klobuchar Together?
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Stewart Baker
February 9, 2021, Lawfare

Belarus Warning Update: Belarusian Forces May Deploy to Syria in Late 2021
Authored: NSI Fellow Jennifer Cafarella
February 5, 2021, Institute for The Study of War

Filling Gaps in International Law
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member John Bellinger
February 4, 2021, Lawfare

The Dark Side of the Minimum Wage
Authored: NSI Advisory Fellow Mario Loyola
February 4, 2021, National Review

Op-Ed: Are there pieces of Trump’s Foreign Policy Worth Keeping?
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Juan Zarate
January 28, 2021, Los Angeles Times

A Special Note for Data Privacy Day
Authored: NSI Fellow Sam Cury
January 28, 2021, SC Magazine

The Cyberlaw Podcast: What Gives With Electrical Grid Security?
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Stewart Baker
January 26, 2021, The Cyberlaw Podcast

Nine Questions for the Capital Insurrection Commission
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
January 26, 2021, Lawfare

U.S. Supply Chain: Stop Driving Blind
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Stewart Baker
January 20, 2021, Newsweek

The Disintegration of the American Presidency
Authored: NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
January 19, 2021, The Atlantic

Look at the Intersection of Human and Technology
Authored: NSI Senior Fellow Andrea Limbago
December 13, 2020, Cyberwire

Representation at the Top: The Importance of Race in the Austin Nomination Debate
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Bishop Garrison
December 11, 2020, Just Security

Iran: Assassination and Retaliation
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Norman Roule
December 4, 2020, The Cipher Brief

Administration Releases New Executive Order Directing Federal Agencies on Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Authored: NSI Senior Fellow Megan Brown
December 4, 2020, Wiley

How Do You Solve a Problem Like John Durham?
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
December 4, 2020, Lawfare

Don’t Politicize Our Election Process
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
December 3, 2020, RealClearPolitics

Environmental Deconfliction 2020: The National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2020
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Matthew F. Ferraro
December 2, 2020, WilmerHale

Six Ways Washington Can Protect Against the Threat from Chinese Semiconductors
Authored: NSI Fellow Andy Keiser
December 2, 2020, Medium

A Country with a Conscience
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Jennifer Cafarella
November 30, 2020, Newlines

Cybersecurity Skates Into Its Hockey Stick Moment
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Philip Reitinger
November 23, 2020, The Cipher Brief

Senate Unanimously Passes IoT Security Act, Paving the Way for the President’s Signature
Authored: NSI Senior Fellow Megan Brown
November 18, 2020, Wiley Connect

More Republicans call on Trump to concede as election fraud cases collapse
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
November 16, 2020, R Street

Alexander Vindman Joins the Lawfare Team
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
November 13, 2020, Lawfare

Block the Pentagon’s 5G Power Play
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Mike Rogers
November 13, 2020, Defense One

Trump’s Black and Latino Voters
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Mario Loyola
November 12, 2020, National Review

Trump wasn’t wrong about China. But here’s how Biden can do a better job.
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
November 12, 2020, Washington Post

An Opportunity for Democratic Renewal
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
November 7, 2020, Lawfare

Federated Learning through Revolutionary Technology
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Juan Zarate
November 5, 2020, Intel

Americans must put aside bitter divisions to defend against foreign threats
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Gen. (Ret.) Keith Alexander and NSI Founder & Executive Director Jamil Jaffer
November 1, 2020, The Hill

China’s exploitation of academic freedom in the US
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Wolfowitz
October 30, 2020, American Enterprise Institute

Heart of Cyber Darkness: How I Became a Defender
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry
October 29, 2020, Cybereason

Climate Scientists are terrified of a second Trump term
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
October 27, 2020, R Street

Trump Has Justified Breaking One of America’s Most Sacred Norms
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
October 27, 2020, The Atlantic

Section 230—Mend It, Don’t End It
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen
October 27, 2020, The Heritage Foundation

Forcing President Trump to Comply With the Law
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
October 21, 2020, Lawfare

Guest Opinion | David Coher: No Oversight Means No on O
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow David B. Coher
October 21, 2020, Pasadena Now

Trump Administration Releases Overdue War Powers Report in Response to Lawsuit
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
October 20, 2020, Lawfare

U.S. indicts alleged grid hackers. Could it backfire?
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
October 20, 2020, R Street

Book Review: The New Map: Energy, Climate, and the Clash of Nations
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua C. Huminski
October 17, 2020, Diplomatic Courier

CFIUS 2.0: Mandatory Filings Now Pegged to Export Control Rules
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow David Hanke
October 16, 2020, Arent Fox

What Deters the Aggression of Cyberwarfare?
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Gentry Lane
October 16, 2020, Wall Street Journal

Finally, Light at the End of the Pandemic
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Mario Loyola
October 15, 2020, National Review

Set NATO’s sights on the High North
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Jim Danoy
October 14, 2020, Atlantic Council

The Korean War’s Lesson for Taiwan
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Wolfowitz
October 13, 2020, Wall Street Journal

Naked Republican hypocrisy is destroying trust in Supreme Court: Reagan, Bush lawyers
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul
October 12, 2020, USA Today

Trump is in debt. We can’t ignore the national security risks that come with that.
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member David Kris
October 11, 2020, The Washington Post

The Powerful Norm of Accepting the Results of a Presidential Election
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow David Priess
October 9, 2020, Lawfare

Presidents have often deceived the public about their illnesses
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow David Priess
October 2, 2020, Washington Post

Conflicting Rulings in Cases Brought Under the Helms-Burton Act
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member John Bellinger III
October 1, 2020, Lawfare

Trusted Hardware and Software: An Annotated Bibliography
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
October 1, 2020, Lawfare

Considerations for the Structure of the Bureau of Cyber Statistics
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
September 30, 2020, Lawfare

The WeChat and TikTok Bans Show the U.S. No Longer Stands for Internet Freedom
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
September 30, 2020, Slate Magazine

Oral Argument Summary: U.S. v. Flynn
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
September 29, 2020, Lawfare

Celebrity Disinformation Victims Have Ponoply of Remedies
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Matthew Ferraro
September 29, 2020, Law360

Trump Translation Service: ‘There Won’t Be a Transfer of Power’
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Mario Loyola
September 24, 2020, National Review

Assessing Donald Trump’s use of the Homeland Security department
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
September 23, 2020, R Street

The Best (Cyber) Defense Is a Good (Cyber) Offense
Authored: NSI Founder & Executive Director Jamil Jaffer
September 14, 2020, Newsweek

Setting the Record Straight After Moalin
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member David Kris
September 14, 2020, Lawfare

We still have time to act against US election vulnerability
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Gen. (Ret.) Keith Alexander and NSI Founder & Executive Director Jamil Jaffer
September 13, 2020, The Hill 

A Call to Duty: Why America Must Support Its Defense Industrial Base
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen
September 13, 2020, National Interest

Two decades after 9/11, terror has morphed
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Farah Pandith
September 11, 2020, CNN

Who Wants Iran to Have More Weapons?
Authored: NSI Founder & Executive Director Jamil Jaffer and Advisory Board member Michael Mukasey
September 8, 2020 Barron’s

Partisan Taint in the Trump-Russia Investigation
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
September 8, 2020, Lawfare

America Needs Policies Toward Russia that have Sharper Edges
Authored: NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
September 3, 2020, The Hill

Supply Chain Attacks and the Need for Access Controls
Authored: NSI Senior Fellow Andrea Little Limbago
August 20, 2020, Virtru

America mus counter China’s “military-civil union”
NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen
August 13, 2020, Risky Biz

Lebanon’s Tragedy Is All Too Familiar
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
August 11, 2020, The Atlantic

China’s Artic Ambitions
NSI Visiting Fellow Jim Danoy
August 6, 2020, The Cipher Brief

China Is Waging Economic War on America. The Pandemic Is an Opportunity to Turn the Fight Around.
NSI Founder & Executive Director Jamil Jaffer and Advisory Board member Gen. (Ret.) Keith Alexander
August 4, 2020,  Barron’s 

What If J. Edgar Hoover Had Been a Moron?
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
August 4, 2020,  Lawfare

Joshua Huminski: America must be serious with Russian election interference
NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
July 31, 2020,  Kyiv Post

Stopping Human Trafficking In The Time Of COVID-19: A Conversation With Lori L. Cohen, Executive Director  Of ECPAT-USA
NSI Advisory Board member Julie Myers Wood
July 30, 2020,  Forbes

The Revenge of the Never Trumpers
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
July 28, 2020,  The Atlantic

21 former security leaders: We oppose militarized DHS deployment in Portland
NSI Advisory Board member Matthew Olsen
July 28, 2020,  AZCentral

There Is Nothing Conservative About What Trump Is Doing in Portland
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
July 27, 2020, The Atlantic

New Restrictions on Chinese Firms Part of Broader Trend Disrupting Supply Chains
NSI Senior Fellow Andrea Little Limbago
July 23, 2020,  Interos

New START vs. START: Wyatt Earp weighs arms control treaties
NSI Senior Fellow Bryan Smith
July 22, 2020,  Defense News

Oversight gone wrong
NSI Visiting Fellow Christopher Bright
July 21, 2020,  Leg Branch

Deepfakes threaten the 2020 election
NSI Advisory Board member Jeremy Bash
July 21, 2020,  The Hill

Nothing Can Justify the Attack on Portland
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
July 21, 2020,  The Atlantic

Leading the Intelligence Community After 2020’s Upheavals
NSI Advisory Board member Letitia Long
July 20, 2020,  Government Executive

Privacy By Design: Responding To The EU-US Privacy Shield Ruling
NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry
July 20, 2020,  Forbes

National Security Leaders urge Congress to Provide Election Officals with Additional Funds
NSI Advisory Board member Michael Hayden
July 20, 2020,  Brennan Center

DHS Authorizes Domestic Surveillance to Protect Statues and Monuments
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
July 20, 2020,  Lawfare

Establishing a National Cyber Director Would Be a Mistake
NSI Advisory Board member Philip Reitinger
July 17, 2020,  Lawfare

America must realize the stakes for the great power competition today
NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
July 17, 2020,  The Hill

Russian Electoral Interference Across the Pond
NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
July 17, 2020,  Medium

Verification After the New START Treaty: Back to the Future
NSI Senior Fellow Bryan Smith
July 16, 2020,  National Institute for Public Policy

BOOK REVIEW: Active Measures: The Secret History of Disinformation and Political Warfare 
NSI Advisory Board member Rick Ledgett
July 14, 2020,  The Cipher Brief

How to Corrupt the Justice Department
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
July 13, 2020,  The Atlantic

Trump Is Campaigning on a Platform of Abject Failure
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
July 7, 2020,  The Atlantic

We’ve briefed many presidents. Uncertainty comes with the job.
NSI Advisory Board member Michael Hayden
July 6, 2020,  The Washington Post

Trump Is Boring Now, and He Can’t Do Anything About It
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
June 30, 2020,  The Atlantic

Andrew Borene: We white people need to take on aspects of this struggle as our own
NSI Senior Fellow Andrew Borene
June 24, 2020, Twin Cities Pioneer Press

Three Plausible–And Troubling–Reasons Why Barr Tried to Force Berman Out
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
June 22, 2020, The Atlantic

Why Bill Barr Got Rid of Geoffrey Berman
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
June 21, 2020, The Atlantic

The Rise of the Millennial Crown Prince
NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
June 20, 2020, Diplomatic Courier

What Will Cybersecurity’s ‘New Normal’ Look Like
NSI Senior Fellow Bryson Bort
June 19, 2020, informa

America must build critical national security foundation for Space Force
NSI Fellow Joshua Huminski
June 19, 2020, The Hill

The Justice Department’s Thoughtful Proposals for Section 230 Reform
NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
June 19, 2020, Lawfare

How to Handle Congressional Queries On COVID-19 Relief
Authored: NSI Advisory Board member Joe Whitley
June 17, 2020 Law 360

Hackers for Hire
NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
June 15, 2020, reason

Who’s balancing privacy against public health and everything else?
NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul
June 13, 2020, The Hill

Suits Under Title III of the Helms-Burton Act Suffer Their First Significant Setback
NSI Advisory Board member John Bellinger III
June 11, 2020 Lawfare

We have a lot of work to do as a nation — and it starts with uniting
NSI Founder & Executive Director Jamil Jaffer and Advisory Board member Gen. (Ret) Keith Alexander
June 11, 2020, The Hill

Trump’s reaction to Black Lives Matter and the pandemic has destroyed U.S. credibility abroad
NSI Advisory Board member Farah Pandith
June 10, 2020,  NBC News 

Yet Another Week of Trump Failing to be an Actual Authoritarian
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
June 9, 2020, The Atlantic

We Filed Suit Over Trump’s Missing War Powers Report
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
June 9, 2020, Lawfare

Assessing the health of the cybersecurity industry in the face of the pandemic
NSI Fellow Sam Curry
June 9, 2020, Tahawultech.com

China, Iran targeting presidential campaigns with hacking attempts, Google announces
NSI Advisory Board member Matthew Olsen
June 4, 2020, The Washington Post

On Rod Rosenstein’s Peculiar Testimony
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
June 4, 2020, Lawfare

Dear Mr. President: Do not withdraw from Afghanistan
NSI Advisory Board member Jack Keane
June 2, 2020, The Washington Post

The Ayabmuk World
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
June 2, 2020, Lawfare

The UK Reverses Course On Huawei On 5G And Stands Up To China
NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen
May 31, 2020, The Heritage Foundation

Managing the Future State of Supply Chain Risk
NSI Visiting Fellow Lori Gordon
May 29, 2020, Homeland Security Today

NSI’s Experts Weigh In: China’s National Security Law for Hong Kong
NSI Experts
May 28, 2020

Boring but Very Nasty
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
May 28, 2020, The Atlantic

First thoughts on the section 230 executive order
NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
May 28, 2020, Reason

What Hard National Security Choices Would a Biden Administration Face?
NSI Advisory Board member David Kris
May 27, 2020, Lawfare

Worse than a Pardon
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
May 26, 2020, The Atlantic

Iran still poses a cyber threat to the US and her allies
NSI Visiting Fellow Norman Roule
May 20, 2020, The Jerusalem Post

Assessing the health of the security industry in the face of the pandemic
NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry
May 19, 2020, AME Info

Commerce Department takes aim at China’s military-civil fusion policy
NSI Visiting Fellow David Hanke
May 15, 2020, International Law Office

Is the Trump Administration Unduly Influencing the Intelligence Community?
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
May 14, 2020, Lawfare

Assessing Cyber Risk From External InformationAssessing Cyber Risk From External Information
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
May 11, 2020, Lawfare

What coronavirus reveals about securing encryption backdoors
NSI Advisory Board member Gen. Michael Hayden
May 7, 2020, The Hill

Spies, Lies, and Algorithms
NSI Advisory Board member Amy Zegart
May 5, 2020, Foreign Affairs

INSIGHT: Will This Year’s NDAA Have Cyber Surprises?
NSI Senior Fellow Megan Brown
May 4, 2020, Bloomberg

The Democrats Have No Good Options
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
April 28, 2020, The Atlantic

The Oil Industry Doesn’t Need Government Protection
NSI Visiting Fellow Mario Loyola
April 24, 2020, The Atlantic

The First Year of Helms Burton Lawsuits
NSI Advisory Board member John Bellinger III
April 23, 2020, Lawfare

Suing China over the coronavirus won’t help. Here’s what can work.
NSI Advisory Board member John Bellinger III
April 23, 2020, The Hill

What’s So Hard to Understand About What Trump Has Said?
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
April 21, 2020, The Atlantic

International Air Travel as an Indicator of COVID-19 Economic Recovery
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
April 20, 2020, Lawfare

Thinking in the Time of Coronavirus – Part 1
NSI Advisory Board member Carmen Medina
April 20, 2020, The Cipher Brief

Digital Authoritarianism in the Digital Age
NSI Senior Fellow Andrea Little Limbago
April 16, 2020, Inkstick

Apple and Google Contact Tracing App is a Start not a Fix
NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
April 16, 2020, The Cipher Brief

The Weaponization of Dogs on the Internet
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
April 15, 2020, Lawfare

Being an Actual Authoritarian Is Too Much Work for Trump
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
April 14, 2020, The Atlantic

The Long History of Coercive Health Responses in American Law
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
April 13, 2020, Lawfare

The Google-Apple infection tracker has a privacy problem. Just not the one you think.
NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
April 13, 2020, Reason

U.S. should think about the space economy as a single entity
NSI Visiting Fellow Josh Huminski
April 13, 2020, Space News

COVID Catching Up in Moscow
NSI Visiting Fellow Josh Huminski
April 10, 2020, Medium

Congress must assure public health and democracy are secured this fall
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
April 9, 2020, The Hill

Potential Federal Vs. State Conflicts Due To COVID-19
NSI Visiting Fellow David Blake
April 9, 2020, Law360

Why Is Trump’s Inspector General Purge Not a National Scandal?
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
April 8, 2020, Lawfare

Coronavirus reveals the vulnerable nature of our medical supply chain
NSI Advisory Board member Mike Rogers
April 7, 2020, The Hill

While the world battles the coronavirus, our adversaries are planning their next attack
NSI Founder & Executive Director Jamil Jaffer and Advisory Board member Gen. (Ret.) Keith Alexander
April 7, 2020, The Hill

Our Response to 9/11 Gave us Lessons for COVID-19
NSI Visiting Fellow Norman Roule
April 6, 2020, The Cipher Brief

“Viruspolitik” — Russia’s COVID Aid Active Measures Campaign
NSI Visiting Fellow Josh Huminski
April 2, 2020, Medium

Book Review: “Incitement: Anwar Al-Awlaki’s Western Jihad”
NSI Visiting Fellow Josh Huminski
April 2, 2020, Diplomatic Courier

Ten Stopgap Tips for Privacy and Security Risk Management in a Pandemic
NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry
April 2, 2020, Entrepreneuer

Ten Stopgap Tips for Privacy and Security Risk Management in a Pandemic
NSI Senior Fellow Megan Brown
April 1, 2020, Circle ID

This Isn’t All Trump’s Fault (But He Isn’t Helping Either)
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
March 31, 2020, The Atlantic

The Inspector General’s Disturbing FISA Memo
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
March 31, 2020, Lawfare

Singapore’s Location App Could Save American Lives
NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
March 30, 2020, Lawfare

Putin’s Bid to Extent Power on Hold, Temporarily…
NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
March 27, 2020, Medium

Don’t Panic! Coronavirus Impact Tips for Cyber Startups
NSI Advisory Board member Ron Gula
March 26, 2020, Gula Tech Adventures

How Recovered COVID-19 Patients Might Help Fight the Pandemic
NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
March 25, 2020, Lawfare

What’s in the Department of Justice’s Proposals to Congress for Addressing Issues Created by the COVID-19 Pandemic?
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
March 25, 2020, Lawfare

A (New?) National Strategy to Secure 5G
NSI Senior Fellow Megan Brown
March 25, 2020, Wiley Connected

The Next Gray Zone Conflict: State-Based Disinformation Attacks on the Private Sector
NSI Visiting Fellow Matthew Ferraro
March 24, 2020, Lawfare

Global conflict in the ‘Age of Coronavirus’: No shortage of deadly threats
NSI Founder & Executive Director Jamil Jaffer and Advisory Board member Gen. (Ret.) Keith Alexander
March 20, 2020, The Hill

Turkey Commits to Idlib
NSI Visiting Fellow Jennifer Cafarella
March 18, 2020, Institute for the Study of War

Cybersecurity 2020
NSI Advisory Board member Alan Raul
March 16, 2020, Chambers & Partners

The Ides of March Are Come: A Trump Tweet Causes FISA Authorities to Expire
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
March 16, 2020, Lawfare

The Other Crisis: U.S. Companies Still Can’t Defend Against Cyberattacks
NSI Founder & Executive Director Jamil Jaffer and Advisory Board member Gen. Keith Alexander
March 16, 2020, Barron’s

The right frame of reference for 5G
NSI Advisory Board member Mike Rogers
March 13, 2020, The Hill

Identifying the Legal and Business Risks of Disinformation and Deepfakes: What Every Business Needs to Know
NSI Visiting Fellows Matthew Ferraro and Jason Chipman
March 13, 2020, WilmerHale

Litigators and Privacy: The Last People You Want to See, or the First?
NSI Visiting Fellow Michael Bahar
March 11, 2020, Cybersecurity Law & Strategy

Congress must act on 5G
NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen
March 10, 2020, The Hill

Incompetence Exacerbated by Malevolence
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
March 10, 2020, The Atlantic

Why Is Congress Conducting Business as Usual in the Face of Coronavirus?
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
March 10, 2020, Lawfare

The Dragons and the Snakes
NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
March 9, 2020, Diplomatic Courier

The Coronavirus is worse than the System Blinking Red
NSI Visiting Fellow Norman Roule
March 6, 2020, The Cipher Brief

RSA 2020 Recap: Implications of the Global Push to Ban End-to-End Encryption
NSI Senior Fellow Andrea Little Limbago
March 4, 2020, Virtru

Pandemic Disease Is a Threat to National Security
NSI Advisory Board member Lisa Monaco
March 3, 2020, Foreign Affairs

Trump’s Playbook Is Terribly Ill-Suited to a Pandemic
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
March 3, 2020, The Atlantic

GCA: Empowering the Posse
NSI Visiting Fellow Megan Stifel
February 28, 2020, Global Cyber Alliance

Indictment of Chinese hackers is wake-up call for better public-private cooperation
NSI Senior Fellow Andrew Borene
February 28, 2020, The Hill

Random Toxicity? What’s Going on in @benjaminwittes’s Mentions
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Jacob Schulz
February 28, 2020, Lawfare

Professor Jaffer on Clerking and Risk-taking
NSI Founder and Executive Director Jamil N. Jaffer
February 26, 2020, Scalia Law School

Trump’s Most Dangerous Destruction Yet
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Quinta Jurecic
February 25, 2020, The Atlantic

Take Greenland Seriously and Literally as a Vital National Security Issue
NSI Visiting Fellow David Priess
February 20, 2020, Lawfare

What Should We Do About Section 230?
NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
February 19, 2020, Lawfare

Bill Barr’s Secret: He’s Pro-Defendant
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
February 18, 2020, Lawfare

Time to Recommit to Syria
NSI Visiting Fellow Jennifer Cafarella
February 18, 2020, Foreign Affairs

Imagine If a Democrat Behaved Like Bill Barr
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
February 18, 2020, The Atlantic

Op-Ed: George Washington has a warning for Donald Trump — and all of us
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
February 16, 2020, The Los Angeles Times

George Washington’s Most Important Legacy of Leadership — Relinquishing Power
NSI Visiting Fellow Alex Gallo
February 16, 2020, Rally Point

The Soul of the Justice Department: Who Must Stand Up For It Now
NSI Advisory Board member Lisa Monaco
February 14, 2020, Just Security

Support for government accountability shouldn’t be a casualty of impeachment drama
NSI Visiting Fellow Zach Graves
February 14, 2020, The Hill

The Crime of Doing the Right Thing
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
February 8, 2020, The Atlantic

The Coronavirus Shows Why the U.S. Must Make Pandemic Disease a National Security Priority
NSI Advisory Board member Lisa Monaco
February 7, 2020, Lawfare

23 Dangerous Propositions the Senate Just Ratified
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
February 5, 2020, The Atlantic

How Many Times Can I Lose My Identity? Enough Is Enough!
NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry
February 4, 2020, Forbes

The Incomprehensibly Weak Case for Acquittal Without Witnesses
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
February 3, 2020, Lawfare

Cult of Xi Jinping increases risks of Wuhan coronavirus
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Wolfowitz
January 28, 2020, The Australian

A Call to Inaction on Defense Acquisition Law
NSI Senior Fellow Bryan Smith
January 27, 2020, Defense One

The Utter Ridiculousness of the U.S. Senate
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 27, 2020, The Atlantic

America can’t afford to lose to China in the 5G race
NSI Advisory Board member Mike Rogers
January 24, 2020, CNN

Getting Space Force acquisition right in 2020
NSI Visiting Fellow Josh Huminski
January 24, 2020, Space News

Lower Bar for Criminal Insider Trading Charges
NSI Advisory Board member Neil MacBride
January 23, 2020, Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance

Trump impeachment defense is dangerous. Abuses of power could crack America’s foundation.
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
January 22, 2020, USA Today

Abuse of Power Is a Dangerous Standard for Democrats to Play With
NSI Visiting Fellow Mario Loyola
January 22, 2020, The Atlantic

The Disintegration of the American Presidency
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 21, 2020, The Atlantic

Trump’s Impeachment Brief Is a Howl of Rage
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 20, 2020, The Atlantic

Improving federal environmental impact assessments
NSI Visiting Fellow Mario Loyola
January 17, 2020, The Hill

Senate the wrong place for presidential impeachment trials
NSI Visiting Fellow David Priess
January 16, 2020, The Patriot Ledger

Trump’s action deterred Iran — now we must do so in cyberspace
NSI Founder and Executive Director Jamil Jaffer and Advisory Board member Gen. Keith Alexander
January 15, 2020, The Hill

Trump’s Frightening Vision of the Presidency Is on Trial, Too
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Susan Hennessey
January 13, 2020,  The New York Times

A New Legal Adviser Nominee
NSI Advisory Board member John Bellinger III
January 13, 2020, Lawfare

The Race for Big Ideas Is On
NSI Advisory Board member Amy Zegart
January 13, 2020, The Atlantic

The Senate Trial Will Be Totally Predictable—With One Potential for Surprise
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Quinta Jurecic
January 13, 2020, The Atlantic

Obama Should Never Have Appeased Iran
NSI Visiting Fellow Mario Loyola
January 12, 2020, The Atlantic

Trials Are for Evidence
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
January 9, 2020, The Atlantic

Facing the primary attack on democracy
NSI Advisory Board member Philip Reitinger
January 7, 2020, The Hill

Pelosi and McConnell Are Playing High-Stakes Poker
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Quinta Jurecic
January 7, 2020, The Atlantic

The Founders put presidential impeachment trials in the Senate. They were wrong.
NSI Visiting Fellow David Priess
January 7, 2020, The Washington Post

We are in uncharted territory now. Are we prepared for that?
NSI Advisory Board member Lisa Monaco
January 6, 2020, The Washington Post

U.S. Companies Should Brace for Iranian Cyberattacks, Security Experts Warn
NSI Founder and Executive Director Jamil Jaffer and Advisory Board member Gen. (ret.) Keith Alexander
January 6, 2020, Barron’s

Attacking Iran’s Cultural Sites Would Violate the Hague Cultural Property Convention
NSI Advisory Board member John Bellinger III
January 5, 2020, Lawfare

The NDAA Pushes Forward on Cyber Metrics
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
January 2, 2020, Lawfare

Jews Under Attack Deserve Better Than Selective Outrage
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
December 29, 2020, The Atlantic

The Risk Singularity: Avoiding It In The Connected World
NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry
December 27, 2019, Forbes

Further Thoughts on the Crossfire Hurricane Report
NSI Advisory Board member David Kris
December 23, 2019, Lawfare

The Serious Silliness of Impeachment
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Quinta Jurecic
December 23, 2019, The Atlantic

The Remedy for Mitch McConnell
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Quinta Jurecic
December 16, 2019, The Atlantic

Trump impeachment: Obstruction of Congress charge will define our future as a nation
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
December 11, 2019, USA Today

Encryption Backdoors Won’t Stop Crime But Will Hurt U.S. Tech
NSI Advisory Board member Michael Hayden
December 10, 2019, Bloomberg

The Trade-Offs in the Articles of Impeachment
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Scott R. Anderson, Susan Hennessey, Quinta Jurecic, and Margaret Taylor
December 10, 2019, Lawfare

The Inspector General’s ‘Witch Hunt’ Report: A Quick and Dirty Analysis
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
December 9, 2019, Lawfare

If the Witnesses Could Exonerate Trump, Why Aren’t They Testifying?
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Quinta Jurecic
December 9, 2019, The Atlantic

The Self-Appointed Spies Who Use Google Earth to Sniff Out Nukes
NSI Advisory Board member Amy Zegart
December 6, 2019, The Atlantic

Anticipating the Likelihood of Iranian-Backed Attacks
NSI Visiting Fellow Norman Roule
December 2, 2019, The Cipher Brief

Imagining a Senate Trial: Reading the Senate Rules of Impeachment Litigation
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Hilary Hurd
December 2, 2019, Lawfare

The Return of the Mueller Report
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Quinta Jurecic
December 2, 2019, The Atlantic

UN’s cybercrime ‘law’ helps dictators and criminals, not their victims
NSI Founder and Executive Director Jamil Jaffer and Advisory Board member Gen. Keith Alexander
November 26, 2019, The Hill

What Impeachment Is Revealing About the Republican Party
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Quinta Jurecic
November 25, 2019, The Atlantic

Undoing Trump’s Syria Blunder
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Wolfowitz
November 22, 2019, The New York Times

To Revitalize the Foreign Policy Center, Head to the Heartland: Mac Thornberry Calls for Renewed American Internationalism
NSI Visiting Fellow Matthew Ferraro
November 22, 2019, The Ripon Forum

Gordon Sondland Accuses the President of Bribery
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
November 20, 2019, Lawfare

3 Keys to Preserving Customer Relationships in the Wake of a Data Breach
NSI Visiting Fellow Loren Dealy Mahler
November 19, 2019, CSO

How to Tell If Trump Is Winning
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
November 18, 2019, The Atlantic 

Winter 2019 U.S.- China Cybersecurity Update
NSI Advisory Board member Joe Whitley
November 15, 2019, Global Trade

INSIGHT: Laws Protect My Physical Property, So Why Not My Electronic Data?
NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry and Joseph Moreno
November 13, 2019, Bloomberg Law

The Story the Impeachment Depositions Tell
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes and Margaret Taylor
November 12, 2019, Lawfare

The Ukraine Transcripts Are a Road Map for Impeachment
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes and Quinta Jurecic
November 11, 2019, The Atlantic

Clinton’s Impeachment Deserved; Trump’s More So
NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
November 5, 2019, The Fresno Bee

Trump Is Running Out of Defenses
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
November 4, 2019, The Atlantic

I worked on the Bill Clinton probe. He deserved impeaching. Trump’s actions are even worse
NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
November 4, 2019, Los Angeles Times

The Mueller Report and ‘National Security Investigations and Prosecutions’
NSI Advisory Board Member David Kris
October 29, 2019, Lawfare

Trump’s Tantrums Won’t Make Impeachment Go Away
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
October 29, 2019, The Atlantic

Crypto Exchanges In The Crosshairs Of Compliance Regulators
NSI Advisory Board Member Julie Myers Wood
October 28, 2019, Forbes

Confidence in Government on National Security Matters: Third Quarter of 2019
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
October 25, 2019, Lawfare

The Collapse of the President’s Defense
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
October 25, 2019, Lawfare

I’m Proud to Be Called Human Scum
NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
October 24, 2019, The Atlantic

Sen. Graham, Gen. Keane: Turkey paves way for ISIS comeback – US must prevent return of terrorist group
NSI Advisory Board Member Jack Keane
October 22, 2019, Fox News

United States: Aspen Cybersecurity Group Warns Of Challenges To U.S. Technological Innovation In New Report – O’Melveny Partner Lisa Monaco Serves As Group’s Co-Chair
NSI Advisory Board Member Lisa Monaco
October 21, 2019, Mondaq

Why America must boldly win the technological race against China
NSI Advisory Board Member Mike Rogers
October 21, 2019, The Hill

Impeachment, Elections and Bad History
NSI Visiting Fellow David Priess
October 19, 2019, Lawfare

CFIUS Releases New Real Estate Transaction Rules
NSI Advisory Board Member John Bellinger III
October 15, 2019, Mondaq

The Senate is likelier to remove Trump after impeachment than you think
NSI Visiting Fellow David Priess
October 11, 2019, The Washington Post

The Limits of U.S. Influence in Syria
NSI Advisory Board Member Jack Keane
October 7, 2019, The Cipher Brief

Cyber Insurance Is Supporting the Fight Against Ransomware
NSI Visiting Fellow Matthew McCabe
October 6, 2019, Brink News

Only a serious response will reverse Iran’s growing aggression
NSI Founder and Executive Director Jamil Jaffer and NSI Advisory Board member Gen. Keith Alexander
October 3, 2019, The Hill

Collusion After the Fact
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
September 28, 2019, Lawfare

Should the House impeach Trump just over Ukraine? Or for more?
NSI Visiting Fellow David Priess
September 27, 2019, The Washington Post

Grand Jury Secrecy, Contempt and the McCabe Investigation
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
September 23, 2019, Lawfare

Michael Morell and David Kris: How the DNI-Congress feud puts intelligence and democracy in danger
NSI Advisory Board member David Kris
September 21, 2019, The Spokesman Review

The Witness and the Whistleblower: Some Thoughts
NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
September 20, 2o19, Lawfare

How Long Will Unbreakable Commercial Encryption Last?
NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
September 20, 2019, Lawfare

Announcing ‘The United States and the Use of Force Against Iran,’ a New Lawfare E-book
NSI Visiting Fellow David Priess
September 17, 2019, Lawfare

Is multiple choice the right way to go on cybersecurity standards?
NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
September 16, 2019, R Street

Jane Nitze: Supreme Lessons — What I learned from Neil Gorsuch (by writing a book with him)
NSI Visiting Fellow Jane Nitze
September 15, 2019, Fox News

Acceptable Cyber Risk And How To Live With It
NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry
September 10, 2019, Forbes

America’s Déjà-Vu Withdrawal from Afghanistan
NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
September 10, 2019, Defense One

Texas Law Could Signal More State, Federal Deepfake Bans
NSI Visiting Fellow Matthew Ferraro
September 6, 2019, Law 360

‘Take the Land’: Trump Promises Pardons for Law-Breaking
NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
September 3, 2019, Lawfare

The Report, Episode Seven: Charging Decisions
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
August 30, 2019, Lawfare

What That Comey Email Report Really Says
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
August 28, 2019, Lawfare

We can’t outsource our security to anyone — especially the Taliban
NSI Advisory Board Member Jack Keane
August 28, 2019,The Washington Post

Thoughts on the Impending Prosecution of Andrew McCabe
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
August 27, 2019. Lawfare

America, please look beyond your self-interest and do your duty
NSI Advisory Board Members Kenneth Wainstein and Lisa Monaco
August 21, 2019, Washington Post

State Election Infrastructure Is Still Vulnerable, Report Finds
NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
August 20, 2019, R Street

Preparing For The New World Of Crypto Compliance
NSI Advisory Board Member Julie Myers Wood
August 20, 2019, In Homeland Security

Is the FBI Punishing Employees’ Political speech
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
August 14, 2019, Lawfare

What if the House Held Impeachment Proceedings and Nobody Noticed?
NSI Visiting Fellow David Priess
August 12, 2019, Lawfare

Preliminary Observations on the Utility of Measuring Cybersecurity
NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
August 6, 2019, Lawfare

Five Ways to Prevent the Capital One Breach from Happening to You
NSI Visiting Fellow Amyn Gilani
August 6, 2019, CPO Magazine

The Proactive Approach to Identifying Cybercriminals
NSI Visiting Fellow Amyn Gilani
August 6, 2019, Security Magazine

More CVE for White People: The Radicalization Process Revisited
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
August 6, 2019, Lawfare

New York Amends Its Data Security Breach Notification Law, Enhancing the State’s Cybersecurity Framework
NSI Visiting Fellow Adam Golodner
August 2, 2019, Arnold & Porter

Confidence in Mueller’s Investigation: July Update
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
August 2, 2019, Lawfare

Cooperative Cybersecurity protection for large-scale infrastructure
NSI Advisory Board Member Keith Alexander
July 30, 2019, SC Magazine

The Missing Debate about Afghanistan
NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
July 30, 2019, Defense One

National security rocket launches require stronger federal strategy
NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
July 29, 2019, The Hill

What does 2020 mean for foreign aid?
NSI Senior Fellow Lester Munson
July 25, 2019, Brookings Institute

Mueller’s Testimony: The Baton Passes to Congress
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin wittes, NSI Visiting Fellow David Priess, Scott R. Anderson, Hadley Baker, Mikhaila Fogel, Susan Hennessey, Quinta Jurecic, Vishnu Kannan, Eugenia Lostri, and Margaret Taylor
July 24, 2019, Lawfare

Calm Before The Storm? What We Can Learn From The Slow Start To Helms-Burton Cases
NSI Advisory Board Member John Bellinger III, John Barker, Tal Machnes, Tom Mcsorley, Elizabeth Fitzpatrick
July 18, 2019, Mondaq

What NotPetya Tells Us About the New Era of Cyber Warfare Two Years Later
NSI Founder and Executive Director Jamil Jaffer
July 16, 2019, Homeland Security Today

Europe’s Iranian dilemma
NSI Senior Fellow Matthew Heiman
July 15, 2019, Washington Times

United States: Disinformation is harming businesses. Here are 6 Ways To Fight It
NSI Visiting Fellow Matthew Ferraro
July 8, 2019, CNN

Europe Must Reckon With Its Bad Investment in Iran
NSI Senior Fellow Matthew Heiman
July 3, 2019, Real Clear World

Back to Basics in Cyber Amid Recent Warnings
NSI Founder and Executive Director Jamil N. Jaffer
June 27, 2019, The Cipher Brief

The Democrats’ Small-Ball Debate Is a Recipe for Failure Against Trump
NSI Visiting Fellow Lauren Claffey
June 27, 2019, OZY

On China: We Won’t Be Fooled Again
NSI Senior Fellow Andrea Limbago and NSI Fellow Andy Keiser
June 27, 2019, Real Clear Defense

Not All Drones Are Created Equal
NSI Advisory Board Member Amy Zegart
June 21, 2019, The Atlantic

Foreign investors are watching for CFIUS negative or positive list
NSI Visiting Fellow David Hanke
June 21, 2019, International Law Office

Want to Shrink Government? Invest in Making Congress Smarter
NSI Visiting Fellow Zach Graves and Kevin R. Kosar
June 13, 2019, Real Clear Policy

Memo to Democrats: Stop Talking About Prosecuting Trump
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
June 12, 2019, Lawfare

Protecting our critical infrastructure in the digital age
NSI Advisory Board Member Dave Weinstein
June 9, 2019, The Hill

Decades of Being Wrong About China Should Teach Us Something
NSI Advisory Board Member Amy Zegart
June 8, 2019, The Atlantic

Confidence in Government on National Security Matters: May 2019
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
June 6, 2019, Lawfare

A Modest Proposal for Preventing Election Interference in 2020
NSI Advisory Board Member Stewart Baker
June 4, 2019, Lawfare

Jared, Call the FBI
NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
June 3, 2019, Lawfare

Trump’s Defiance of the Rule of Law
NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
June 3, 2019, The Atlantic

Robert Mueller’s Sense of Duty Illuminates His Tough Choices
NSI Visiting Fellow David Priess
May 30, 2019, Lawfare 

Should private companies be drafted in the cyber war?
NSI Fellow Bryson Bort and NSI Visiting Fellow Loren Dealy Mahler
May 30, 2019, The Hill

Mueller Bows Out: What Does Congress Do Now?
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
May 29, 2019, Lawfare

Reflections on the President’s Delegation of Declassification Authority to the Attorney General
NSI Advisory Board Members Benjamin Wittes and David Kris
May 28, 2019, Lawfare

Stop demonizing encryption
NSI Senior Fellow Andrea Limbago
May 28, 2019, Cyberscoop

20 questions Mueller will actually be able to answer
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
May 24, 2019, The Washington Post

Come Work At Lawfare!
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
May 18, 2019, Lawfare

Analytic Superiority, Public-Private Cooperation and the Future of U.S. Foreign Intelligence
NSI Advisory Board Member David Kris
May 17, 2019, Lawfare

Confidence in Mueller’s Investigation: May Update
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
May 16, 2019, Lawfare

Iran’s coming response: Increased terrorism and cyberattacks
NSI Advisory Board Member Gen. (Ret.) Keith Alexander & NSI Founder and Executive Director Jamil N. Jaffer
May 15, 2019, The Hill

In Defense of Mueller’s Obstruction Theory: A Reply to Jack Goldsmith
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
May 12, 2019, Lawfare

Countering a Resurgent Russia
NSI Advisory Board Member Jack Keane
May 5, 2019, The Cipher Brief

Michael Hayden: Surviving a Stroke
NSI Advisory Board Member Michael Hayden
May 2, 2019, CNN

The Catastrophic Performance
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
May 2, 2019, The Atlantic

Five Things I Learned From the Mueller Report
NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
April 29, 2019, The Atlantic

Defending the Nation in Cyberspace — A Call to Action
NSI Founder & Executive Director Jamil N. Jaffer and NSI Advisory Board Member Gen. (Ret.) Keith B. Alexander
April 24, 2019, The Hill

What Mueller Got Right

NSI Advisory Board Member Michael Hayden & NSI Visiting Fellow David Priess
April 24, 2019, Lawfare

The Social Media Side of the Terrorist Threat

NSI Advisory Board Member Farah Pandith
April 24, 2019, The Cipher Brief

Cybersecurity and the Mueller Report

NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
April 23, 2019, R Street

The Data Minefield

NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
April, 21, 2019, R Street 

Mueller Has Protected Trump and Hurt the Country

NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
April 18, 2019, The Atlantic

The U.S. Must Treat China as a National Security Threat to 5G Networks

NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen
April 16, 2019, The Heritage Foundation

Commentary: ‘Spying’ allegation undermines Barr’s credibility

NSI Advisory Board Member David Kris
April 16, 2019, The Post and Courier

The high cost of William Barr’s spying allegations

NSI Advisory Board Member David Kris and Michael Morell
April 16, 2019, The Washington Post

Take More Care: Did the President Tell Subordinates to Violate the Law?

NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes & Quinta Jurecic
April 13, 2019, Lawfare

Bill Barr’s Low Moment

NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
April 10, 2019, Lawfare

Memo to the Press: How Not to Screw Up on the Mueller Report

NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes & Quinta Jurecic
April 10, 2019, Lawfare

A Secretary for Cyber Homeland Security

NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry
April 10, 2019, IN Homeland Security

Joe Whitley: Senate Should Confirm Jeffrey Rosen as Deputy Attorney General

NSI Advisory Board Member Joe Whitley
April 10, 2019, Fox News 

This is How Republicans Can Close the Gender Gap

NSI Visiting Fellow Lauren Claffey
April 4, 2019, Ozy

AI And ML: Greatest Hype Or Hope?

NSI Visiting Fellow Sam Curry
April 2, 2019, Forbes 

How We Know the North Korean Embassy Break-In Wasn’t the Work of the CIA

NSI Advisory Board Member Stewart Baker
April 1, 2019, Lawfare

Bill Barr Has Promised Transparency. He Deserves the Chance to Deliver.

NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
April 1, 2019, The Atlantic

Confidence in Mueller’s Investigation Soars After Barr Letter

NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
April 1, 2019, Lawfare

Data Privacy Manifestos: Competitive Advantage or the Start of Something Bigger?

NSI Advisory Board Member Dr. Andrea Little Limbago
March 26, 2019, Dark Reading

Unpacking the Obstruction of Justice Mystery in the Barr Letter

NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
March 26, 2019, Lawfare

Extremism Is Riyadh’s Top Export

NSI Advisory Board Member Farah Pandith
March 24, 2019, Foreign Policy

The Nexus of Information Security and Data Privacy: Why Focusing on Both Can Keep Us Safer

NSI Senior Fellow Dr. Andrea Little Limbago
March 22, 2019, CPO Magazine

Very Quick Thoughts on the End of the Mueller Investigation

NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
March 22, 2019, Lawfare

Confidence in Government on National Security Matters: February 2019

NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes
March 20, 2019, Lawfare

The Cyberlaw Podcast: Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery: Russia and China Revamp Their Military Technologies

NSI Advisory Board Member Stewart Baker
March 19, 2019, Lawfare

The Battle Against Extremism: Assessment and Prescriptions

NSI Advisory Board Members Farah Pandith and Juan Zarate
March 19, 2019, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy

Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery?

NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
March 18, 2019, Reason

The Chinese Dragon is a Hydra 

NSI Fellow Bryson Bort
March 14, 2019, Real Clear Defense 

Environmental Deconfliction 2019: The National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2019

NSI Visiting Fellow Matthew Ferraro
March 13, 2019, JDSUPRA

What Emergency? 

NSI Advisory Board Members Michael Hayden and Matthew Olsen
March 13, 2019, Politico Magazine

Regaining the Technological Edge: Authoritarians, Democracies, IT Innovation’s Future

NSI Senior Fellow Dr. Andrea Little Limbago
March 8, 2019, Military Cyber Affairs

Protecting Sovereignty of U.S. Telecommunications Backbone

NSI Visiting Fellow Thomas Donahue
March 4, 2019, The Cipher Brief 

Trump Can Give Anyone He Wants a Security Clearance — But Congress Can Ask Why

NSI Visiting Fellow David Priess
March 2, 2019, Washington Post 

Hanoi Summit: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
February 28, 2019, National Security Institute

The New Contours of Cyber Conflict

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
February 27, 2019, Lawfare 

The Cohen of Silence Breaks: What to Make of Wednesday’s Testimony

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes, Mikhaila Fogel, Quinta Jurecic, Matthew Kahn, and Margaret Taylor
February 27, 2019, Lawfare 

What does cyberwar look like? We’re about to find out, but from an unlikely source

NSI Founder and Executive Director Jamil Jaffer and Visiting Fellow David Weinstein
February 20, 2019, The Hill

The Cyberlaw Podcast: Executive Orders and Alien Abductions

NSI Advisory Board Member Stewart Baker
February 19, 2019, Lawfare

New Global Declaration of Democratic Principles

NSI Advisory Board Member John Bellinger
February 16, 2019, Lawfare

National Emergency Declaration: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
February 15, 2019, National Security Institute

Does the Data President Trump Cited at His Emergency Announcement Even Exist?

NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes and Scott R. Anderson
February 15, 2019, Lawfare

2018 Department of Defense Artificial Intelligence Strategy: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
February 13, 2019, National Security Institute

Rearranging the Cyber Deck Chairs

NSI Advisory Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
February 12, 2019, Lawfare

The Much-Heralded End of the Mueller Investigation

NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes and Mikhaila Fogel
February 12, 2019, The Atlantic

Questions for the Justice Department on Cohen and Whitaker

NSI Advisory Board Member Benjamin Wittes and Scott R. Anderson
February 11, 2019, Lawfare

“Maintaining American Leadership in Artificial Intelligence” Executive Order: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder, Fellows, and Staff
February 11, 2019, National Security Institute

Quantum science breakthroughs could change face of national security

NSI Visiting Fellow Klon Kitchen
February 11, 2019, The Washington Times 

Fake News threatens our Businesses, not just our Politics

NSI Visiting Fellow Matthew Ferraro and Jason Chipman
February 8, 2019, The Washington Post

Tech Alone Is Not Enough To Fight Financial Crime. Here’s Why.

NSI Advisory Board member Julie Myers Wood
February 7, 2019, Forbes 

State of the Union 2019: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
February 6, 2019, National Security Institute

INF Treaty Withdrawal: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
February 2, 2019, National Security Institute

What an Old Watergate Document Can Teach the House Judiciary Committee

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 31, 2019, Lawfare 

‘Get Me Roger Stone’: What to Make of the ‘Dirty Trickster’s’ Indictment

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 25, 2019, Lawfare 

2019 National Intelligence Strategy: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
January 23, 2019, National Security Institute

Republicans Used to Care About Obstruction of Justice

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
January 19, 2019, The Atlantic 

Michael Hayden and Neal Katyal: The House should investigate impeaching Trump

NSI Advisory Board member Michael Hayden
January 18, 2019, The Washington Post 

The Latest Revelation From BuzzFeed News: Trump Reportedly Directed Cohen to Lie to Congress

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 18, 2019, Lawfare 

Confidence in Government on National Security Matters: December 2018

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 17, 2019, Lawfare 

The Real Significance of the FBI’s Probe Into Trump

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 16, 2019, The Atlantic 

Lessons from Watergate: What the Senate Judiciary Committee Should Ask Bill Barr

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 14, 2019, Lawfare 

The Inspector General Should Review the FBI Counterintelligence Probe into Trump

NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
January 14, 2019, Lawfare 

Kaspersky Helps the NSA

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
January 14, 2019, Lawfare 

Why the FBI’s Investigation Into the President Was Unavoidable

NSI Advisory Board member David Kris
January 12, 2019, Lawfare 

How Robert Mueller Can Write a Report the Justice Department Cannot Suppress

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 10, 2019, Lawfare 

So How Big a Deal Are Those Manafort Disclosures?

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 9, 2019, Lawfare

Case Closed: The Justice Department Won’t Stand Behind Its Report on Immigrants and Terrorism

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 7, 2019, Lawfare 

Chinese Hacking Indictments: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
December 20, 2018, National Security Institute

Syria Troop Withdrawal: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
December 20, 2018, National Security Institute

Confidence in Government on National Security Matters: November 2018

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
December 14, 2018, Lawfare 

2019 Security Threats? Expect Iranian ‘Kittens’ to Follow the Money

NSI Visiting Fellow Dmitri Alperovitch
December 13, 2018, ZDNet

The Growing Gulf Between Silicon Valley is a National-Security Threat

NSI Advisory Board member Amy Zegart
December 13, 2018, The Atlantic

As Good an Attorney General as We’re Likely to Get

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
December 9, 2018, The Atlantic

How Khashoggi’s Murder could Reset expectations for US-Saudi Ties

NSI Advisory Board member Farrah Pandith
December 4, 2018, Axios

Mueller is Laying Siege to the Trump Presidency

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
December 4, 2018, The Atlantic

What a Judge Should ask Muller about Trump’s Tweet

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
December 3, 2018, Lawfare

Nobody Trolls like the Russians

NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
December 3, 2018, Reason

How to Read Michael Cohen’s Latest Plea and It’s Revelations about the Trump Organizations

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
November 29, 2018, Lawfare

Road Map: Building a More Resilient Internet

NSI Visiting Fellow Diane Rinaldo
November 29, 2018, NTIA

War Against Wildfires a New Priority for House Armed Services Committee

NSI Visiting Fellow Matthew Ferraro
November 29, 2018, The Hill

A Statement of Thanks from General Michael Hayden 

NSI Advisory Board member Michael Hayden
November 28, 2018, The Cipher Brief

Baker’s Law of Evil Technology 

NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
November 28, 2018, Reason

Confidence in Government on National Security Matters: What Have we Learned So Far?

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
November 23, 2018, Lawfare

A New Lawsuit Against Whitaker’s Appointment is a Brushback Pitch

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
November 21, 2018, Lawfare

The Latest Khassoggi Link Violates Important Norms

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
November 17, 2018, Lawfare

Is International internet Regulation Just Ahead?

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
November 15, 2018, Lawfare

An announcement: David Priess Becomes Chief Operation Officer of the Lawfare Institute

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
November 14, 2018, Lawfare

DoD and the Cloud: Moving Out Bureaucracy to Focus on National Security

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer and NSI Advisory Board Member Keith Alexander
November 14, 2018, RealClear Defense

Ministry of Silly Talks

NSI Advisory Board members Stewart Baker and David Kris
November 13, 2018, Reason

General Michael Hayden: ‘The Cyber Cavalry ain’t Coming’

NSI Advisory Board member Michael Hayden
November 12, 2018, The Cypher Brief

It Probably Too Late to Stop Mueller

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
November 9, 2018, The Atlantic

Lisa Monaco and Ken Wainstein: We Need to Declare War on Domestic Terrorism

NSI Advisory Board members Lisa Monaco and Kenneth Wainstein
November 6, 2018, Winston Salem Journal

The Death of Cyber Utopia

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
November 6, 2018, Lawfare

Foreign Governments Will not Hack the Election

NSI advisory Board member Stewart Baker
November 5, 2018, Reason

The National Archives Passes the Buck on Spanberger

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
November 1, 2018, Lawfare

The Water Gate Roadmap: What it Says and suggests for Muller

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
October 31, 2018, Lawfare

The Great Courses – The Surveillance state: Big Data, Freedom, and You – Paul Rosenzweig

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
October 30, 2018, Audio Book Bay

US Must Stop being Played by Saudi Arabia

NSI Advisory Board member Farah Pandith
October 30, 2018, Boston Herald

Four Perfectly Trump Reasons Why He Wants out of INF Treaty

NSI Advisory Board member Jeremy Bash
October 29, 2018, Defense One

I’d Like to Teach the World to Troll in Perfect Harmony

NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
October 29, 2018, Reason

Confidence in Government on National Security Matters: September 2018

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
October 25, 2018, Lawfare

Nation-State: Phishing: A Country-Sized catch

NSI Visiting Fellow Andrea Limbago
October 29, 2018,  Fifth Domain

Twitterlaw and the Khassoggi Killing

NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
October 22, 2018, Reason

The Decline of Congressional Expertise in Tech Charts

Visiting Fellow Zach Graves
October 18th, 2018, Tech Dirt

Americans are Safe from terrorism but New threats are Arising

NSI Advisory Board member Michael Hayden
October 15, 2018, The Hill

‘America First’ Will Likely Fizzle Fast

NSI Visiting Fellow Matthew Ferraro
October 8th, 2018, The Baltimore Sun

Thoughts on the ICJs Decision in Iran v United states and the Trump Administration’s Treaty Withdrawal

NSI Advisory Board member John Bellinger
October 5th, 2018, Lawfare

On the question of Judicial Temperament

NSI Advisory Board member Michael Mukasey
October 4th, 2018, QOSHE

Takeaways from the Russia Hacking Indictment

Former NSI Fellow Megan Reiss
October 4th, 2018, Lawfare

Ben Wittes: ‘I would not vote to confirm Kavanuagh’

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
October 2nd, 2018, The Atlantic

The Trump Admin. Approach to Data Privacy and Next Steps

NSI Advisory Board member Alan Charles Raul
September 27th, 2018, Law 360

National Cyber Strategy: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
September 20, 2018, National Security Institute

Democracy is Alive in the Trump Era

NSI Advisory Board member Michael Hayden
September 10th, 2018, The Hill

A Transatlantic Alliance is Crucial in an era of Cyber Warfare

NSI Advisory Board member Keith Alexander and NSI Founder & Executive Director Jamil Jaffer
September 4th, 2018, Financial Times

A Meta – FOIA Request: How did the Postal Service Release a Congressional Candidates SF-86?

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
August 30, 2018, Lawfare

Federal IT Modernization: Learning from the Past, while Looking to the Future

NSI Visiting Fellow Shannon Kellogg
August 28, 2018, Morning Consult

Law and Public Intuition on the Use of Force, Part 3: Views on President Trump and North Korea

Former NSI Fellow Megan Reiss
August 27, 2018, Lawfare

Donald Trump, Paul Manafort and that Pesky Witness Tampering Statute

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
August 23, 2018, Lawfare

Thinking the Unthinkable about Responding to Cyperattacks

NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
August 23, 2018, Lexblog

What Michael Cohen’s Plea and Paul Manafort’s Conviction Mean for Trump and the Mueller Investigation

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
August 21, 2018, Lawfare

Imagining a Federalist Israel: Notes Toward a Disruptive Fantasy

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
August 14, 2018, Lawfare

Fearing Risk; Fearing Reality

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
August 14, 2018, Lawfare

The Confirmation Wars Over

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
August 14, 2018, The Atlantic

Kavanaugh Deserves swift hearing, confirmation

NSI Senior Fellow Matthew Heiman
August 6th, 2018, Post and Courier

Squaring Trump’s Indo-Pacific plan with India ties to Iran and Russia

NSI Visiting Fellow Jaime Fly
August 1st, 2018, Axios

Blog: Actions speak Louder than Words in Trump’s Foreign Policy Agenda

NSI Fellow Andy Keiser
August 1st, 2018, The International Meridian Center

Congress Smartly Moves Forward on American National Defense in Space

NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
July 31, 2018, The Hill

NATO Summit: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
July 11, 2018, National Security Institute

Authoritarian Threats to American Democracy Demand Urgent Action

NSI Advisory Board member Mike Rogers

June 30, 2018, The Hill

Solutions on the Anniversary Snowden’s Unauthorized Disclosures

NSI Visiting Fellows Geof Khan and Bryan Smith
June 12, 2018, Real Clear Defense


North Korea Summit: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
June 12, 2018, National Security Institute

To Win the New Space Race, US Must Abandon Chunky, Outdated Systems

NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
May 31, 2018, The Hill

Correcting the Record On ‘Federalist’ House Intelligence Committee Article

NSI Faculty member Darren Dick and Founder Jamil Jaffer
May 30, 2018, The Daily Caller

Congress, Worried About Cyber? Fill a Key DOJ Position

NSI Senior Fellow Megan Brown
May 23, 2018, Real Clear Politics

Trump Shouldn’t Give ZTE a Pass

NSI Advisory Board member Mike Rogers
May 17, 2018, The Wall Street Journal

American’s Deserve No Less Than Gina Haspel As CIA Director

NSI Visiting Fellow Dan Wagner
May 17, 2018, Real Clear Defense

Gina Haspel: One of the Most Qualified Nominees Ever for CIA Director

NSI Fellow Andy Keiser
May 15, 2018, Washington Examiner

The CIA Needs Gina Haspel

NSI Senior Fellow Lester Munson
May 9, 2018, Real Clear Defense

President Trump Announces Withdrawal from the Iran Deal: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
May 8, 2018, National Security Institute

Gina Haspel is Exactly the Type of Leader the CIA Needs Today

NSI Senior Fellow Matthew Heiman
May 8, 2018, The Hill

What to do the Day After Killing the Iran Deal

NSI Visiting Fellow Jamie Fly
May 2, 2018, New York Post

To Promote Nonproliferation, Kill the Iran Deal Now

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer
April 29, 2018, Wall Street Journal

Mike Pompeo Needs to Clean up After Rex Tillerson

NSI Visiting Fellow Jamie Fly
April 24, 2018, Foreign Policy

Pompeo is More Than Qualified to Lead State, It’s Time for Democrats to Stop the Obstruction

NSI Senior Fellow Matthew Heiman
April 23, 2018, Inside Sources

Senate must save itself by confirming Mike Pompeo

NSI Senior Fellow Lester Munson
April 23, 2018, The Hill

Steps Congress can take to defend America against foreign influence operations

NSI Visiting Fellow Jamie Fly
April 19, 2018, The Hill

Pompeo Will Make an Impressive Secretary of State

NSI Senior Fellow Lester Munson and Fellow Andy Keiser
April 13, 2018, Real Clear Politics

Mike Pompeo isn’t just qualified to be secretary of state – he’s ready

NSI Advisory Board member Michael Allen
April 13, 2018, Washington Examiner

Challenging China

NSI Visiting Fellow Jamie Fly
April 13, 2018, Weekly Standard

Secretary of State Tillerson’s Departure: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
March 13, 2018, National Security Institute

4 reasons Mike Pompeo will succeed at Foggy Bottom

NSI Visiting Fellow Andy Keiser
March 13, 2018, The Hill

Russian Influence Campaign: What’s in the Latest Mueller Indictment

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Sarah Grant, Quinta Jurecic, Matthew Kahn, and Matt Tait
February 16, 2018, Lawfare

Four steps to fight foreign interference in U.S. elections

Rick Ledgett and NSI Advisory Board member Mike Rogers and
February 14, 2018, Washington Post

Anatomy of a Presidential Untruth: What Data Did the Justice Department Really Provide the White House?

Nora Ellingsen and NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
February 12, 2018, Lawfare

The State of the Union Address: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Senior Founder and Fellows
January 30, 2018, National Security Institute

FitBit, NotPetya, RSA and China

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
January 29, 2018, Lawfare

Nationalize the 5G Network? No Thanks.

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
January 29, 2018, Lawfare

Stopping the Next Cyber Conflict

NSI Visiting Fellow Dmitri Alperovitch
January 28, 2018, The Cipher Brief

Turkey Invades Syria

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
January 21, 2018, Lawfare

National Defense Strategy: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
January 19, 2018, National Security Institute

Trump Tweets Against a Key National Security Priority

NSI Visiting Fellow Benjamin Wittes
January 11, 2018, Lawfare

Confidence in Government on National Security Matters: December 2017

NSI Advisory Benjamin Wittes
January 9, 2018, Lawfare

Ending Temporary Protected Status

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
January 9, 2018, Lawfare

The war against Islamic State will be won – or lost – on the cyber battlefield

NSI Visiting Fellow Matthew R.A. Heiman
January 8, 2018, Los Angeles Times

Elections are a Cybersecurity Problem

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
January 7, 2018, Lawfare

A Letter from Mike Pompeo

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 3, 2018, Lawfare

A Tribute to Doug Letter

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 3, 2018, Lawfare

Cybersecurity Predictions for 2018

NSI Advisory member Paul Rosenzweig
January 2, 2018, Lawfare

Why Trump’s War on the Deep State is Failing – So Far

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 1, 2018, Lawfare

‘Other than that Mrs. Lincoln…’

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
January 1, 2018, Lawfare

Shredding the Putin Playbook

NSI Visiting Fellows Jamie Fly and Laura Rosenberger
December 2017, Democracy

Russia never stopped its cyberattacks on the United States

Michael Morell and NSI Advisory Board member Mike Rogers
December 25, 2017, The Washington Post

The Trump Administration and the United Nations: A Good News Story

NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
December 22, 2017, Lawfare

The Contested Global Landscape in Trump’s New Security Policy

NSI Visiting Fellow Jamie Fly
December 20, 2017, The German Marshall Fund of the United States

President Trump’s National Security Strategy: NSI Experts Weigh In

NSI Founder and Fellows
December 18, 2017, National Security Institute

Combatting Chinese Economic Coercion in the NSS

NSI Advisory Board member Michael Allen
December 15, 2017, Foreign Policy

Book Review – 2020: World of War, by Paul Cornish & Kingsley Donaldson

NSI Visiting Fellow Joshua Huminski
December 14, 2017, Diplomatic Courier

Peter Strzok’s ‘Insurance Policy’

NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
December 14, 2017, Lawfare

Cryptocurrency Can Promote National Security

NSI Faculty Kiran S. Raj
December 14, 2017, The Wall Street Journal

The Taste of Crow: Okay, I’m Alarmed Now

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
December 12, 2017, Lawfare

Public Confidence in the Mueller Investigations and Other Russia Investigations

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
December 12, 2017, Lawfare

Preventing sex trafficking shouldn’t come at the cost of online freedom

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
December 11, 2017, The Hill

How Can the President Obstruct Justice?

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
December 7, 2017, Lawfare

How Can the President Obstruct Justice?

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
December 5, 2017, Lawfare

Five Questions for Alan Dershowitz on the Criminalization of Political Differences 

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
December 4, 2017, Lawfare

In Defense of Including ‘Unmasking’ Protections in Law

NSI Advisory Board member Stewart Baker
December 4, 2017, Lawfare

The Flynn Plea: A Quick and Dirty Analysis

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
December 1, 2017, Lawfare

Forgetting Lessons of 9/11, Rebuilding FISA ‘Wall’ Would Be a Mistake

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer
November 30, 2017, The Daily Signal

Ample Safeguards of Civil Liberties Warrant FISA Section 702’s Reauthorization by Congress

NSI Advisor Board Member Kenneth Wainstein and R. Brendan Mooney
November 29, 2017, Daily Signal

Does the FBI Need a Warrant to Search its Own Database?

NSI Advisory Board member Matthew G. Olsen
November 27, 2017, Newsweek

“Fixes” to Surveillance Law Could Severely Harm FBI National Security Investigations

NSI Advisory Board member Matthew G. Olsen
November 27, 2017, Just Security

The Next Phase in the War on Terror Is Here

NSI Advisory Board member Lisa Monaco
November 8, 2017, Foreign Policy

What Congress must do to prevent another 9/11

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer and Advisory Board member Matthew Olsen
November 3, 2017, The Hill

Unpacking Uranium One: Hype and Law

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
October 27, 2017, Lawfare

Sessions wants a leak investigation rule-change. That could cripple the free press.

NSI Advisor Board Member Kiran S. Raj and Paul O’Brien
September 13, 2017, Washington Post

Getting to No With Iran: How President Trump can forge a nuclear deal that actually works

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer
September 12, 2017, U.S. News & World Report

Finally, U.S. appears ready to battle China’s rampant IP theft

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer
August 22, 2017, The Hill

Invisible Hands and Iron Fists: Challenges in Regulating the Innovation Economy

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer and Visiting Fellow Megan Stifel
August 17, 2017, Lawfare

China’s Intellectual Property Theft Must Stop

NSI Advisory Board member Keith Alexander
August 15, 2017, New York Times

Updating the 2001 AUMF at Long Last? On the Flake-Kaine Bill

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Robert Chesney, Jack Goldsmith, and Matthew Waxman
May 30, 2017, Lawfare

No Laptop Ban… For Now

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
May 30, 2017, Lawfare

Those “Three Separate Occasions”: What Comey Might Really Have Told Trump

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
May 24, 2017, Lawfare

Questions Raised by Rod Rosenstein’s Statement

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Quinta Jurecic
May 19, 2017, Lawfare

Congress Cannot Shut Down: Limits of the Special Counsel

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
May 19, 2017, Lawfare

New NACD Cyber-Risk Handbook a Reminder of Critical Board Oversight Duties

NSI Advisor Board Member Alan Charles Raul, Colleen Theresa Brown, and Dean C. Forbes
May 19, 2017, Bloomberg BNA

What James Comey Told Me About Donald Trump

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
May 18, 2017, Lawfare

Initial Reactions to the Appointment of Robert Mueller As Special Counsel

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes, Quinta Jurecic, Susan Hennessey, and Matthew Kahn
May 17, 2017, Lawfare

Defend Norms, Don’t Violate Them

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
May 17, 2017, Lawfare

Another Bomb Drops: Initial Thoughts on Trump Asking Comey to Kill the Flynn Investigation

NSI Advisory Board members Paul Rosenzweig and Benjamin Wittes
May 16, 2017, Lawfare

Former CIA Director: Trump proves he’s Russia’s ‘useful fool’

NSI Advisory Board member Michael Hayden
May 16, 2017, Washington Post

Cybersecurity, Privacy, Data Protection, Internet Law and Policy

NSI Advisor Board Member Alan Raul
May 16, 2017, Lexology

U.S. President Trump Signs Executive Order Addressing Cybersecurity 

NSI Advisory Board member Raj De
May 16, 2017, Lexology

How Trump Hurts the Spying Business

NSI Advisor Board Member David S. Cohen
May 16, 2017, New York Times

Bombshell: Initial Thoughts on the Washington Post’s Game-Changing Story

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes, et al.
May 15, 2017, Lawfare

Trump Discloses TS Sources and Methods to Russians

NSI Advisor Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
May 15, 2017, Lawfare

What We’re Losing in James Comey

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
May 13, 2017, New York Times

Et Tu Rod? Why The Deputy Attorney General Must Resign

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
May 12, 2017, Lawfare

The Strange Inadequacy of the Rosenstein Memorandum

NSI Advisor Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
May 11, 2017, Lawfare

The Next Front in the U.S. Fight Against ISIS

NSI Advisor Board Member Lisa Monaco
May 10, 2017, New York Times

Michael Hayden: When Trump’s Washington starts to resemble Nicaragua

NSI Advisor Board Member Michael Hayden
May 10, 2017, The Hill

The Nightmare Scenario: Trump Fires Comey, the One Man Who Would Stand Up to Him

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Susan Hennessey
May 9, 2017, Lawfare

Can a President’s Absolute Immunity Be Trumped?

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Steve Vladeck
May 9, 2017, Lawfare

Attention Team Trump: Globalism works in fighting terror

NSI Advisor Board Member Lisa Monaco
May 9, 2017, CNN

Russia is still waging cyberwar against Western democracy. It’s time to push back.

NSI Advisor Board Member Edward Fishman and Matthew Olsen
May 8, 2017, Washington Post

The 87% Solution to Fake News

NSI Advisor Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
May 3, 2017, Lawfare

Seven Theories of the Case: What Do We Really Know about L’Affaire Russe and What Could it All Mean?

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes, Jane Chong, and Quinta Jurecic
May 1, 2017, Lawfare

Senate Intelligence Committee Reality Check-In

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
April 25, 2017, Lawfare

The State Department needs to be streamlined – not starved

NSI Advisor Board Member Mike Rogers
April 21, 2017, Washington Post

One powerful weapon to use against North Korea

NSI Advisor Board Member David S. Cohen
April 21, 2017, Washington Post

Did the Justice Department Really Support the President’s Misstatement to Congress? Let’s Find Out

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
April 17, 2017, Lawfare

Michael Hayden: Susan Rice’s unmasking request is no ‘smoking gun’

NSI Advisor Board Member Michael Hayden
April 12, 2017, Politico

Michael Hayden: Trump acted decisively against Syria. Now what?

NSI Advisor Board Member Michael Hayden
April 7, 2017, Politico

Is Homeland Security A Subset Of National Security?

NSI Advisor Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
April 6, 2017, Lawfare

I Believe

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
April 5, 2017, Lawfare

The “Grand Bargain” at Risk: What’s at Stake When the President Alleges Politics in Intelligence

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Jack Goldsmith
April 4, 2017, Lawfare

Breathe Easy: Rick Ledgett’s Retirement is Not a Political Protest

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Susan Hennessey
April 4, 2017, Lawfare

Breaking News: I Was (Probably) the Subject of Incidental Collection

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
April 3, 2017, Lawfare

Civil Suits Against the President

NSI Advisor Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
April 2, 2017, Lawfare

Immunity

NSI Advisor Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
April 1, 2017, Lawfare

Movement in a New Guantanamo Habeas Case

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
March 31, 2017, Lawfare

It’s Time for a Select Committee on Russia (Also, We Told You So)

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes & Susan Hennessey
March 23, 2017, Lawfare

What The Heck Is Devin Nunes Talking About? A Guide for the Perplexed

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes, Susan Hennessey and Quinta Jurecic
March 22, 2017, Lawfare

Destroying the Presumption of Regularity

NSI Advisor Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
March 22, 2017, Lawfare

Michael Hayden: US intel agencies win big, but Russia intel wins bigger in Comey hearing

NSI Advisor Board Member Michael Hayden
March 22, 2017, The Hill

The Revolt of the Judges: What Happens When the Judiciary Doesn’t Believe the President’s Oath

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Quinta Jurecic
March 16, 2017, Lawfare

Donald Trump Is Undermining Intelligence Gathering

NSI Advisor Board Member Michael Hayden
March 9, 2017, New York Times

Paul Ryan’s individual mandate

NSI Advisory Board member Paul Rosenzweig
March 7, 2017, Politico

Trump’s Revised Refugee and Visa Order: A Quick and Dirty Analysis

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
March 6, 2017, Lawfare

Ten More Questions for President Trump

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
March 5, 2017, Lawfare

Eight Buckets of Cold Water for the Trump Wiretap Story

NSI Advisor Board Member Stewart Baker
March 5, 2017, Lawfare

What Happens When We Don’t Believe the President’s Oath?

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
March 3, 2017, Lawfare

Fufi’s Story: An Israeli General’s Lone Mission in the West Bank

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
March 2, 2017, Lawfare

The Need for a Select Committee on the Russia Connection

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Susan Hennessey
February 28, 2017, Lawfare

Why Federal IT Will Never Be Secure

NSI Advisor Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
February 27, 2017, Lawfare

Memo to the NSC: Check Out Some Databases at the State Department before Finalizing that New Executive Order

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Susan Hennessey
February 24, 2017, Lawfare

Michael Hayden: One year later – Trump’s journey from candidate to president

NSI Advisor Board Member Michael Hayden
February 21, 2017, The Hill 

Trump Needs to Make a Speech About Europe

NSI Advisor Board Member Michael Allen
February 20, 2017, Foreign Policy

Special Counsel; Not Special Prosecutor

NSI Advisor Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
February 18, 2017, Lawfare

Privacy Today Edition

NSI Advisor Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
February 11, 2017, Lawfare

Thoughts on a Strange Day – and a Very Strange Presidential Tweet

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
February 10, 2017, Lawfare

How to Read (and How Not to Read) Today’s 9th Circuit Opinion

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
February 9, 2017, Lawfare

Revised Draft Trump EO on Cybersecurity

NSI Advisor Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
February 9, 2017, Lawfare

Don’t Dismiss Terrorism When Donald Trump Talks Immigration

NSI Advisor Board Members Michael Allen & Jeremy Bash
February 9, 2017, Fortune

AI, NSA and Facebook

NSI Advisor Board Member Paul Rosenzweig
February 7, 2017, Lawfare

The Dangers of Walling Off America

NSI Advisor Board Member Lisa Monaco
February 6, 2017, Lawfare

What the “Interior Security” Executive Order does to Foreigners’ Privacy Rights

NSI Advisory Board Member Stewart Baker & Zachary Schreiber
February 3, 2017, Lawfare

A Precedent for Democrats on the Classy Way to Handle Neil Gorsuch

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes and Jack Goldsmith
February 2, 2017, Lawfare

The Special Obligation of the Advocates of Strong National Security Measures

NSI Advisory Board Members Gen. Michael Hayden and Benjamin Wittes
February 2, 2017, Lawfare

Building “situations of strength”: A national security strategy for the United States

Kristen Silverberg, Derek Chollet, Eric S. Edelman, Michèle Flournoy, Stephen J. Hadley, Martin S. Indyk, Bruce Jones, Robert Kagan, Jake Sullivan, and Thomas Wright
February 1, 2017, Brookings

Cybersecurity in the Next Administration

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer
January 25, 2017, Diplomatic Courier

Architecting the Nation for Cyber Defense

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer and NSI Advisory Board Member Keith B. Alexander
January 10, 2017, Federal Times’ Fifth Domain

Why Trump’s War on the Deep State Is Failing – So Far

NSI Advisory Board member Benjamin Wittes
January 1, 2017, Lawfare

Donald Trump Should Commit More Troops to Defeating the Islamic State Group

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer and NSI Senior Fellow Matthew Heiman
December 6, 2016, U.S. News & World Report

Setting the Record Straight on Congress’s Review of the Obama-Iran Nuclear Deal

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer and Senior Fellow Lester Munson
November 17, 2016, National Review

How President-Elect Donald Trump Can Get Early Points on the Russian Front

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer and Daniel J. Rosenthal
November 15, 2016, U.S. News & World Report

Here’s How to Confront the Terrorist Threat (It’s Not How We Are Doing It)

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer and NSI Advisory Board Member Michael B. Mukasey
June 23, 2016, Washington Post

A Bipartisan Call for Serious Consideration of Potential Solutions to the Encryption Challenge

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer and Daniel J. Rosenthal
June 14, 2016, Lawfare

Diluting SIV Visa Program Could Condemn Loyal Military Translators to Death

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer and Andrew Borene
June 2, 2016, U.S. News & World Report

Congress Must Work to Balance Privacy and Security

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer and Daniel J. Rosenthal
May 5, 2016, U.S. News & World Report

Why Apple’s Stand Against the FBI Hurts Its Own Customers

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer & Daniel J. Rosenthal
April 9, 2016, New York Times

How Apple’s Fight with the Government Hurts Our Privacy

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer & Daniel J. Rosenthal
February 26, 2016, Politico 

Time to Remove the Surveillance Blinders

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer and Michael B. Mukasey
November 23, 2015, Wall Street Journal

How to Walk Away from the Iran Talks

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer and Matthew Kroenig
July 8, 2015, National Review

We the Cyber Warriors

NSI Fellow Jeremy A. Rabkin and Ariel Rabkin
January 24, 2013, Hoover Institution

More Than Assange are to Blame for Wikileaks Damage

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer
December 1, 2010, U.S. News & World Report

Why Holder is Wrong on Zazi

NSI Founder Jamil Jaffer

March 2, 2010, Daily Caller