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On October 22, Japan’s ruling coalition won a landslide victory in parliamentary elections. Abe called a snap election one year early to take advantage of a weak opposition ill-equipped to advance a cohesive alternative to his agenda centered on national defense and economic revitalization. Follow the link in our bio for more analysis. (Photos: Behrouz Mehri/AFP/Getty Images, Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP/Getty Images, Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images.)

There is no “silver bullet” to resolve the Venezuelan crisis. At the same time, a resolution is difficult to achieve if domestic and international forces are not aligned. In a new commentary, CSIS’s Moises Rendon outlines the forces that could help restore democracy in Venezuela. Follow the link in our bio for more analysis.

Today U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson joined us to discuss the U.S.-India relationship before his upcoming trip to India. See some of the highlights.

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson joins CSIS today to deliver remarks on “Defining Our Relationship with India for the Next Century.” Follow the link in our bio to watch his remarks live at 10AM ET.

Tonight, President Xi Jinping of China will kick off the biggest and most-watched event in China's political calendar: The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China. Here’s what you need to know. (Photos: WU HONG/AFP/Getty Images; Lintao Zhang/Getty Images; GREG BAKER/AFP/Getty Images.)

Catalonia’s vote for independence has been dismissed as illegal by the central Spanish government. Swipe to see what Catalonia’s separation from Spain could mean for the region and for the European Union.
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47th U.S. Vice President, Joe Biden receives the annual Brzezinski Prize tonight. Follow the link in our bio to watch live at 5 p.m. on CSIS.org

“The defining characteristics of the second space age is that it is more diverse, disruptive, disordered and dangerous that the first space age.” From 1991 to 2016, almost half of new satellites and launches have occurred outside the U.S. and Russia. ⠀

The space domain has become more extensive as new countries enter the space race. However, with this new variety comes increased disorder. ⠀
Our new report discusses the evolution of space as a contested domain, the changing threats to U.S. space systems, as well as deterrence theory and its applications to the space domain.

"There is mounting exasperation that there is little to stop the increasing threats to healthcare and humanitarian workers, apart from individual states and insurgent movements choosing to do the right thing." Chapter 6 of the New Barbarianism, "What Can Be Done?," explores recent attempts by NGO's to press the international community to action (UN Security Resolution 2286) and their limited impact despite exhaustive efforts.

“There cannot be another war in the region,” said South Korean Foreign Minister Kang at CSIS.

CFIUS, or the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, is a government body that protects U.S. national security by reviewing, and in rare cases stopping, foreign investments in US companies while ensuring that the U.S. economy remains open to most investments. Here's how it works, and why it matters.

This graph visualizes North Korea's nuclear tests since 2006. In both yield and magnitude, North Korea's last two tests have shown a much more advanced capacity, signifying major progress in its weapons of mass destruction (WMD) program.

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