Christopher Whyte

Christopher Whyte is a program assistant at Center for the National Interest and a WSD-Handa Fellow at CSIS Pacific Forum. He is an analyst for the geostrategic analytic firm Wikistrat, Ltd.


Giving guns to Syria's opposition awakens old questions.

Beijing's barriers are more subtle than you'd think.

America will be weakened if its innovators must compete with those that steal their knowledge.

New surveillance drones and new defense spending will tighten Japan's hold on the disputed islands without increasing risks.

Policy makers in the West have ignored the possibility that Tehran could choose to develop a tacit nuclear-weapons capability.

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April 24, 2014