Author Tobias Harris explains why Japan could be in for its most unpredictable—and consequential—election season in more than a decade.
Mike Williams and Malkie Wall write about the importance of passing the full American Jobs Plan.
Areeba Haider and Galen Hendricks write about the importance of the child tax credit.
Author Gordon Gray examines how the Biden administration has taken steps to help Tunisia's transition to a more open political and economic system a decade after the Arab Spring.
Lawrence J. Korb writes about the history of integration in the U.S. military.
Christy Goldfuss argues that in the fight against climate change, renewable energy tax credits are a crucial tool, albeit not the only one.
Authors Jill Rosenthal and Ben Hatt commend the United States’ vaccine rollout and explain what must be done to ensure its continued success in the months ahead.
Gordon Gray reviews The Ardent Swarm: A Novel by Yamen Manai.
CAP's Higher Education team worked with Generation Progress to write a comment letter to the Office of Postsecondary Education on its intent to establish negotiated rule-making committees.
Following the recent Biden-Erdoğan summit, Alan Makovsky provides insight into the overall outlook for bilateral relations between Turkey and the United States
Mia Ives-Rublee examines the reason the employment gap between disabled and nondisabled workers has grown since the pandemic—and the challenges disabled workers are facing as many employers contemplate returning to the office.
Patrick Gaspard Named President and CEO of the Center for American Progress, CEO of the Center for American Progress Action Fund
Patrick Gaspard, former ambassador to South Africa, a senior Obama White House official, and former head of the Open Society Foundation, will lead American Progress into the future.
Karla Walter explores how higher home care wages reduce economic hardship and improve recruitment and retention.
Lawrence J. Korb and Arnold S. Kohen write about the late Maj. Gen. William F. Burns.
Abigail Bard writes that the United States should support average North Koreans in the event of a public health or food crisis, while recognizing that responsibility ultimately belongs with the Kim regime.