Hybrid Conflict ProjectAug 5, 2022
China’s opioid challenge: All is fair in law and war
By Tom Ferguson
A former senior official in the US intelligence community maps how the United States should unleash a legal defense against China's malicious activities—starting with its role in the opioid crisis.
UkraineAlertAug 4, 2022
Russian army faces morale problems as Putin’s Ukraine invasion drags on
By Peter Dickinson
A new opinion poll indicates that the Russian public continues to strongly support their country's invasion of Ukraine but there are growing signs that Vladimir Putin's invading army is suffering from low morale.
SouthAsiaSourceAug 2, 2022
Adrian Levy and the myth of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence
By Kamal Alam and Adrian Levy
In this interview with non-resident senior fellow Kamal Alam, author Adrian Levy reflects on the deep historical relationship between Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence and the United States’ Central Intelligence Agency, noting that it has covered history’s many “pinch points.”
UkraineAlertJul 20, 2022
Ukraine confronts Kremlin infiltration threat at unreformed state bodies
By Andrew D’Anieri
Last week's dismissal by President Zelenskyy of two key figures from Ukraine's state security and prosecution services has highlighted the threat posed by Kremlin agents infiltrating unreformed Ukrainian state bodies.