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Timing of Iran Decision Hints at Trump Strategy on North Korea

Blaise Misztal / Blog May 9, 2018

The significance of the president’s address on the Iran nuclear deal lies not so much in what he said, but when he said it. 

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The Pentagon’s Next Terrorism Threat (and Solution): Kids

National Security / News December 15, 2017

 If governments can harness their potential, large populations of young people offer a demographic dividend of creative energy, productivity, and economic prosperity.

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BPC’s Blaise Misztal reports on ‘Special Report’

National Security / News August 9, 2017

The rogue regime has made a nuclear warhead small enough to fit in a missile; BPC’s Blaise Misztal and Rich Edson reports on ‘Special Report’

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Does Iran’s Past Matter?

Blaise Misztal / Blog June 21, 2016

Supporters of the nuclear deal would claim that Iran’s attempts to gain a nuclear weapon are irrelevant now that it is constrained by an arms control agreement.

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Sony Attack Underscores Evolving Nature of Cyber Threats

Jessica Michek / Blog January 23, 2015

The Sony hack illustrates a new reality for corporations: economic security is intertwined with cybersecurity.

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Tomorrow: Former Chairman Mike Rogers and Gen. Michael Hayden to Headline Discussion on Recent Sony Cyber Attack

National Security / Press Release January 13, 2015

BPC will host a timely event to analyze last month’s cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment – widely attributed to North Korea over the film, The Interview.

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Lights, Camera… Hack! Strategic Implications of the Sony Cyber Attack

National Security / January 15, 2015 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET

The cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment—widely attributed to North Korea over the film, The Interview — resulted in a national discussion on cybersecurity and the appropriate response to cyber attacks.

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Blaise Misztal, Eric Edelman and Morton Abramowitz: The U.S. Should Unfollow Turkey

On midnight on Thursday, Turkey joined the ranks of countries like Iran, North Korea, Syria and China that block their citizens from using Twitter. Unlike those other countries, however, Turkey is a close U.S. ally. Yet, this move is as…

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