Rudy deLeon remembers former Rep. Ike Skelton and his contributions to American military policy.
Issue Brief Prime Minister Singh and President Obama will meet for the third official U.S.-India state visit to exchange ideas on deepening the U.S.-India partnership, as well as fulfilling unmet expectations.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has shown an unprecedented willingness to work with the United States and the international community on Iran’s nuclear program—a golden diplomatic opportunity.
CAP Senior Fellow Brian Katulis testifies before the Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence, Committee on Homeland Security.
The United States and its partners must continue to focus on Afghanistan’s upcoming presidential election and political transition despite the world’s focus on the conflict in Syria.
The Obama administration should take the opportunity to test the new Iranian government’s conciliatory statements.
Nobel laureate Tawakkol Karman and CAP Chair John Podesta, both members of the U.N. High-Level Panel, answer questions about the post-2015 agenda from youth around the world.
The United States and its partners should conduct contingency planning about possible threats, however likely or not, in the wake of strikes.
The Turkish prime minister’s statement blaming Israel for last month’s military coup in Egypt is simply another attempt to divert attention away from Turkey’s serious issues.
Issue Brief The United States and the international community must do more to combat the illegal cocaine trade that is destabilizing Guinea-Bissau and the wider region.
Issue Brief Successful talks between Israelis and Palestinians depend on a number of key efforts and compromises.
Wholesale tax evasion, particularly in the developing world, can have devastating effects.
Issue Brief We need to update our online privacy laws, address the increasing privatization of intelligence gathering, and find ways to balance our national-security needs with the legal protections afforded to all Americans.
Issue Brief Edward Snowden’s stay in the Sheremetyevo airport transit zone in Russia highlights both the promise—and the limitations—of U.S.-Russian security relations.
U.S. policy should focus on pragmatic moves to create incentives for pluralism and inclusiveness in Egypt’s political transition.