April 27, 2020
TAG Chairman and CEO Dr. Kurt M. Campbell becomes Senior Advisor at Equal, a nonprofit organization focused on illuminating and reducing unconscious bias in the development and use of artificial intelligence. Equal works with leaders and experts across business, technology, and government to develop standards and tools, as well as identifyregulatory and legislative solutions, to increase awareness and reduce bias.Continue Reading
April 14, 2020
TAG Chairman and CEO Dr. Kurt M. Campbell and Thomas Wright on the Initial Challenges a Biden Administration Might Face
If Joe Biden wins the election in November, he will likely be sworn in—perhaps virtually—under the most challenging circumstances since Harry Truman became president in 1945. The country will probably be in the end stages of a brutal pandemic and faced with the worst economy since the Great Depression. The Treasury will be significantly depleted. Millions of people will have lost loved ones, their jobs, much of their net worth. Hopefully a vaccine or an effective treatment will be closer to reality, and our national attention can shift to what comes next.Continue Reading
April 2, 2020
On April 1, TAG Vice Chair Ambassador Rich Verma briefed members of the U.S.-India Strategic Partnership Forum on the focus areas of the United States’ recent USD 2 trillion stimulus bill and the new opportunities for investment that the bill creates.Continue Reading
March 18, 2020
TAG Chairman and CEO Dr. Kurt M. Campbell and Special Advisor Dr. Rush Doshi on How COVID-19 Could Reshape the Global Order
The status of the United States as a global leader over the past seven decades has been built not just on wealth and power but also, and just as important, on the legitimacy that flows from the United States’ domestic governance, provision of global public goods, and ability and willingness to muster and coordinate a global response to crises. The coronavirus pandemic is testing all three elements of U.S. leadership. So far, Washington is failing the test.Continue Reading
March 6, 2020
COVID-19 is becoming the third major crisis of the post–Cold War period, following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and the financial collapse of 2008. This crisis may exact a greater toll than the other two and has demonstrated the limits of populism as a method of government.Continue Reading
Insights from the Region
Our elite team of in-country Senior Advisors share their take on the latest developments in the dynamic Indo-Pacific region.
In terms of Japan’s national security, how to face and engage China is the most important strategic problem for Tokyo. China has changed its course, and President Xi seems to be turning away from the West.