Russia needs munitions for the war in Ukraine, Bruce Jentleson explains, while North Korea wants technology for its space program.
Bruce Jentleson offers his take on how the war could play out in the 2024 presidential campaign.
"Soft spots have been showing—and risk becoming cracks in the support base Biden needs to sustain that commitment." argues Bruce Jentleson.
"Chinese satellites fly over the United States every day," Nonresident Senior Fellow Bruce Jentleson tells Steve Scully. "That doesn't make a headline the way a balloon does."
China’s balloon was not a “real strategic threat,” says Bruce Jentleson. “Our satellites overfly China all the time and theirs overfly us.”
Bruce Jentleson takes an in-depth look at the fundamental details of sanctions and why "examining sanctions is the key to understanding international relations."
Bruce Jentleson joins the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission for a hearing on the collateral effects of economic sanctions programs.
Bruce Jentleson joins the Global Dispatches Podcast to discuss what have the sanctions against Russia have accomplished, and what they could possibly lead to.
Bruce Jentleson sits down with Chris Chivvis to discuss his new book.
The West has inflicted damage on the Russian economy, Bruce Jentleson writes, but Putin has so far contained those costs.