Category: Homeland Security News

BOOKSHELF: The Russia connectionRussia’s “Neo-Imperialism” Is a Product of Complex Factors By Simon Saradzhyan Published 13 November 2020 Since Russia’s intervention in Ukraine, there has been no shortage of commentaries, articles, papers and entire volumes by Western academics, think-tankers, former policy practitioners and journalists on how Russian President Vladimir Putin is rebuilding the Russian empire

ImmigrationU.S. Immigration Policy Changes Expected Under Biden By Aline Barros Published 11 November 2020 The incoming administration of President-elect Joe Biden could swiftly reverse an array of President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, many of which remain among the most contentious initiatives of his administration. The incoming administration of President-elect Joe Biden could swiftly reverse an array

Argument: Legal aspects of cyberwarfareCyberattacks and the Constitution Published 11 November 2020 The United States has one of the world’s strongest and most sophisticated capabilities to launch cyberattacks against adversaries. How does the U.S. Constitution allocate power to use that capability? And, Matthew Waxman asks, what does that allocation tell us about appropriate executive-legislative branch

ARGUMENT: Climate migrationPolicy Approaches to Climate Migration: Lessons from Latin America and the Caribbean Published 11 November 2020 As climate change has gained more attention and governments have developed policies to reduce carbon emissions and manage increasing environmental risks, climate migration—the movement of people primarily due to changes in the environment that result from climate

ImmigrationU.S. Immigration Policy Changes Expected Under Biden By Aline Barros Published 12 November 2020 The incoming administration of President-elect Joe Biden could swiftly reverse an array of President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, many of which remain among the most contentious initiatives of his administration. The incoming administration of President-elect Joe Biden could swiftly reverse an array