New Tools for Old Traumas
Report Report from Sarah K. Dreier and William F. Schulz on using 21st century technologies to combat human rights atrocities.
Sustainable Security 101
Report A 101 gives the basics on what sustainable security is and why we need this new model to protect U.S. national security and further our foreign policy objectives.
Sustainable Security in Afghanistan
Report Report from Lawrence Korb, Caroline Wadhams, Colin Cookman, and Sean Duggan provides recommendations for a lasting security in Afghanistan.
More than Words for Women’s Rights
On International Women’s Day, governments must recommit to protecting reproductive rights as human rights, writes Jacqueline Nolley Echegaray.
Getting It Right: What the United States Can Do To Prevent Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity in the Twenty-First Century
John Norris outlines how to prevent genocide in the 21st century in the Yale Law and Policy Review.
Putting Aid and Trade to Work
Issue Brief Sabina Dewan and Reuben Brigety discuss how to foster sustainable security with international development.
Celebrating 60 Years of Human Rights
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is an astonishing achievement exactly because it is universal and a declaration, writes William Schulz.
The Price of Prevention
Report The fourth report in the Sustainable Security series by Gayle Smith, David Sullivan, and Andrew Sweet looks at how to deal with global crises before they occur.
Give Foreign Aid a More Lasting Impact
Our foreign aid can have greater and more lasting impact. Getting the balance right will take a considerable shift in our analysis and our outlook.
The Cost of Reaction
Report The third in a series of reports on sustainable security examines a new long-term strategy for delivering aid to countries in crisis as opposed to a reactive approach.
Holding War Criminals Accountable
Gayle Smith and other experts testifying at Senate subcommittee hearing discuss why we need legislation outlawing crimes against humanity.