The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) announced today (March 21) that Kurt Campbell and Michele Flournoy have been named Co-Chairs of the think tank's Board of Directors.
Campbell is the former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, and Flournoy is the former Undersecretary of Defense for Policy.
Ms. Flournoy has served on the CNAS Board since May 2012.
Here is a complete list of CNAS Board members.
In the recently released University of Pennsylvania think tank rankings,
CNAS was ranked as the 14th best think tank in the US. It was also
ranked as the 24th best security and international affairs think tank in
the world. It was ranked 25th in the world in terms of think tanks
having the most significant impact on public policy.
It was also ranked 18th in the world in terms of best use of the
Internet or social media. It was ranked as the 21st best think tank in
terms of best use of media (print or electronic). CNAS was also ranked
as the 20th best think tank in terms of best external relations/public
Here is a previous Think Tank Watch post on CNAS's new CEO, Tom Work.
Here is a recent Think Tank Watch post on the close ties between CNAS and the White House.