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  • The Question: Why Would China not Invade Taiwan now?

    This expert-driven national-security insight can’t be generated for free.  We invite you to support quality content by becoming a  Cipher Brief Level I Member .  Joining this experienced security-focused community is only $10/month (for an annual $120/yr membership). It’s a great and inexpensive way to stay ahead of the national and global security issues that impact … Continue reading “The Question: Why Would China not Invade Taiwan now?” The post The Question: Why Would China not Invade Taiwan now? appeared first on The Cipher Brief.

  • The Future of Hong Kong

    This expert-driven national-security insight can’t be generated for free.  We invite you to support quality content by becoming a  Cipher Brief Level I Member .  Joining this experienced security-focused community is only $10/month (for an annual $120/yr membership). It’s a great and inexpensive way to stay ahead of the national and global security issues that impact … Continue reading “The Future of Hong Kong” The post The Future of Hong Kong appeared first on The Cipher Brief.

  • The Real Danger in a Quiet Escalation of Tensions Between China and India

    This expert-driven national-security insight can’t be generated for free.  We invite you to support quality content by becoming a  Cipher Brief Level I Member .  Joining this experienced security-focused community is only $10/month (for an annual $120/yr membership). It’s a great and inexpensive way to stay ahead of the national and global security issues that impact … Continue reading “The Real Danger in a Quiet Escalation of Tensions Between China and India” The post The Real Danger in a Quiet Escalation of Tensions Between China and India appeared first on The Cipher Brief.

  • Iran and Hezbollah’s Pre-Operational Modus Operandi in the West – Part Two

    In part one of Iran and Hezbollah’s Pre-Operational Modus Operandi in the West, authors Mitch Silber and Ioan Pop pulled from court documents and open source reporting to shed light on ways that Iran and its proxy groups have engaged in regional escalations after the killing of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani in January, and after … Continue reading “Iran and Hezbollah’s Pre-Operational Modus Operandi in the West – Part Two” The post Iran and Hezbollah’s Pre-Operational Modus Operandi in the West – Part Two appeared first on The Cipher Brief.

  • Iran and Hezbollah’s Pre-Operational Modus Operandi in the West – Part One

    Cipher Brief Expert Mitch Silber and Ioan Pop have pulled from court documents and open source reporting to compile a modus operandi of Iran and Hezbollah and their efforts to attack the west. Mitchell D. Silber, Former Director of Intelligence, NYPD In January 2020, Mitchell D. Silber was named the executive director of the Community … Continue reading “Iran and Hezbollah’s Pre-Operational Modus Operandi in the West – Part One” The post Iran and Hezbollah’s Pre-Operational Modus Operandi in the West – Part One appeared first on The Cipher Brief.

  • How Cyber Plays in Boardrooms of the Future

    This expert-driven national-security insight can’t be generated for free.  We invite you to support quality content by becoming a  Cipher Brief Level I Member .  Joining this experienced security-focused community is only $10/month (for an annual $120/yr membership). It’s a great and inexpensive way to stay ahead of the national and global security issues that impact … Continue reading “How Cyber Plays in Boardrooms of the Future” The post How Cyber Plays in Boardrooms of the Future appeared first on The Cipher Brief.

  • NATO Imagines Future Warfare

    Innovation is a key component of readiness when it comes to future threats. NATO’s Innovation Hub recently commissioned a short story from author August Cole, asking him to draw upon his writing and imaginative abilities to create a picture of what NATO operations could be like in the year 2040. The Cipher Brief is pleased … Continue reading “NATO Imagines Future Warfare” The post NATO Imagines Future Warfare appeared first on The Cipher Brief.

  • Managing National Security Talent

    The Cipher Brief is honored to share the latest report from our friends at Business Executives for National Security (BENS) on Talent Management: A Strategy for Great Power Competition.   BENS is a nonpartisan group of private sector professionals who work to help identify best practices and help find solutions to the challenges faced by … Continue reading “Managing National Security Talent” The post Managing National Security Talent appeared first on The Cipher Brief.

  • COVID lessons from SOF to Silicon Valley

    This expert-driven national-security insight can’t be generated for free.  We invite you to support quality content by becoming a  Cipher Brief Level I Member .  Joining this experienced security-focused community is only $10/month (for an annual $120/yr membership). It’s a great and inexpensive way to stay ahead of the national and global security issues that impact … Continue reading “COVID lessons from SOF to Silicon Valley” The post COVID lessons from SOF to Silicon Valley appeared first on The Cipher Brief.

  • COVID and Navigating the New Middle East Challenges

    This expert-driven national-security insight can’t be generated for free.  We invite you to support quality content by becoming a  Cipher Brief Level I Member .  Joining this experienced security-focused community is only $10/month (for an annual $120/yr membership). It’s a great and inexpensive way to stay ahead of the national and global security issues that impact … Continue reading “COVID and Navigating the New Middle East Challenges” The post COVID and Navigating the New Middle East Challenges appeared first on The Cipher Brief.