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Robert Work Named CNAS Senior Fellow for Defense, National Security

Robert Work, former deputy secretary of the Defense Department, has returned to the Center for a New American Security as distinguished senior fellow for defense and national security. CNAS said Wednesday Work will support research initiatives, advise future national security leaders and contribute to discussions on the modern threat landscape and …

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DoD Vet Susanna Blume Named a CNAS Fellow

Susanna Blume, former deputy chief of staff for programs and plans at the Defense Department, has been appointed as a fellow for the Defense Strategies and Assessments Program at the Center for a New American Security. CNAS said Tuesday she will offer her insights on defense budget and posture, force management …

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Former Army Secretary Eric Fanning Joins CNAS Advisory Board

Eric Fanning, former secretary of the U.S. Army, has been appointed to the board of advisers at the Center for a New American Security. He joins other CNAS advisory board members who came from various government, military, academic and private organizations, the Washington-based think tank said Wednesday. CNAS CEO Michele Flournoy said that Fanning has broad leadership …

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CNAS Names Andrew Krepinevich, James Townsend New Adjunct Senior Fellows

The Center for a New American Security has named two national security policy leaders as adjunct senior fellows who will support the organization’s research programs and provide expertise on policy matters. CNAS said Friday the new adjunct senior fellows are Andrew Krepinevich, former president of the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, and …

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