Center for a New American Security

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AbbreviationCNAS
MottoAn independent, nonpartisan and nonprofit organization that develops strong, pragmatic and principled national security and defense policies.
FormationFebruary 2007
Founder• Kurt Campbell
• Michèle Flournoy
Headquarters1152 15th St., Ste. 950
LeaderCenter for a New American Security/CEO
TypePublic policy think tank
Interest ofJamie Rubin
SubpageCenter for a New American Security/CEO
Center for a New American Security/People

The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) is a militarist pressure group founded in February 2007. Despite its claims to be 'an independent and nonpartisan research institution', the group appears to have an over representation of Democrats. Its concerns broadly mirror those of the Project for the New American Century, with emphasis on equipping the US for a new global conflict.

People

Complete list per 2020:

Full article: Center for a New American Security/People

Kurt Campbell - CEO and Co-Founder | Michèle Flournoy - President and Co-Founder

Others

David Kilcullen | John Nagl |

 

A document sourced from Center for a New American Security

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)
File:CNAS CooperationFromStrength Cronin 1.pdfbook extractChina
South China Sea
US Military
9 January 2012Patrick Cronin
Peter A Dutton
M Taylor Fravel
James R Holmes
Robert Kaplan
Will Rogers
Ian Storey


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