Author Sam Berger explains how the U.S. Government Accountability Office's investigation confirms that President Trump's delayed release of military assistance to Ukraine was about leveraging taxpayer-funded military aid to advance his own agenda, undercutting two pillars of his impeachment defense.
Sam Berger breaks down the U.S. Government Accountability Office's opinion on the Trump administration's illegal funding hold on military assistance to Ukraine.
Author Gordon Gray recollects his tour as U.S. ambassador to Tunisia.
Author Stephanie Griffith explains why the Trump administration's proposed regulatory rollbacks to the National Environmental Policy Act would move the United States backward in the fight for environmental justice.
Olugbenga Ajilore makes the case for reforms to the existing opportunity zone incentive as well as the urgent need for accountability and transparency throughout the program.
Authors Brian Katulis and Michael Rubin urge American leadership to pursue a creative, bipartisan approach to U.S. policy in the Middle East.
Author Michael Fuchs warns against normalizing the dangerous behavior of U.S. President Donald Trump.
Author Andy Green makes the case for the United States and the European Union to adopt coordinated, progressive reforms to address shared challenges such as the collapse of labor power, climate change, and the growth of monopolies and corporate concentration.
Authors Brian Katulis and Michael Rubin encourage U.S. policymakers to pursue smart diplomacy in dealing with the Middle East.
Brian Katulis and Peter Juul write about Iran's capacity to engage in asymmetrical warfare such as cyberattacks and acts of terrorism.
Michael Fuchs argues that while President Trump's policies have escalated tensions in the Middle East and brought the United States to the brink of war, the only responsible path forward with Iran is de-escalation and diplomacy.
Lawrence Korb provides some historical context on U.S.-Iran relations and the importance of keeping these past incidents in mind as the United States considers its next steps with Iran.
Lily Roberts and Laura Tatum write about the concerns surrounding the "short-term Pell" proposal being considered in Congress.
Author Daniel Benaim argues that one of the most dramatic consequences of the Trump administration's recent assassination of Iranian commander Gen. Qassem Soleimani is its impact on the United States' crucial relationship with Iraq.
Author Kelly Magsamen explains the likely outcomes of the Trump administration's recent assassination of Iranian commander Gen. Qassem Soleimani and what actions the United States can take to deter future Iranian aggression.