Staff and fellows at the Center for American Progress share how 9/11 changed their lives.
Advancing Gender Equality at Home and Abroad by Leveraging Women, Peace, and Security
A New Chapter in U.S.-South Korea Relations: Seoul Embraces a Broader Role in Asia
Assessing China’s Energy and Climate Goals
Redefining Homeland Security: A New Framework for DHS To Meet Today’s Challenges
Northern Syria Security Dynamics and the Refugee Crisis
There were important gains coming out of America’s post-9/11 foreign policy, but some important successes came at great strategic, material, and human costs.
The Biden administration signaled an effort to shift overall U.S. policy by prioritizing diplomacy and making some modest shifts on the military front, but key human security challenges loom on the horizon.
Mexico’s lawsuit against major U.S. arms manufacturers and distributors is a reminder of the fact that America’s gun violence epidemic extends well beyond its own borders.
The Biden administration should lead in developing a human rights-centered plan for the forcibly displaced to mitigate further disaster in Afghanistan.
The European Union’s innovative carbon border adjustment mechanism offers lessons for the United States about which industries to cover and whether to credit nontax emissions controls when limiting the carbon content of imports.
Fact Sheet: Recommendations for Advancing Gender Equality at Home and Abroad by Leveraging Women, Peace, and Security
The Gender Policy Council should include the following recommendations in its governmentwide strategy to ensure it can fully leverage and expand the U.S. government’s existing women, peace, and security mandate and architecture.
New polling of adults across G-7 nations plus Australia highlights key lessons learned from the coronavirus pandemic and the need for better-prepared, more equal societies.
The Biden administration’s efforts to restore U.S. leadership on the global stage will ultimately be determined by what actions the United States takes domestically on climate.
What America needs from the Department of Homeland Security today is different from when it was founded nearly 20 years ago.
U.S. opposition to EU defense efforts since the 1990s has been a strategic mistake that has undermined both the EU and NATO. It’s time for a new U.S. approach that encourages ambitious EU defense strategies.
U.S. Diplomatic Leadership Is Needed to Restore Security and Protect Rights in the Middle East Conflict
The United States needs to adopt a more proactive approach to protect civilians, achieve a cease fire, and address the inequities and vulnerabilities exposed by the crisis.
Denis McDonough, the new secretary of Veterans Affairs, must work to address his department’s many challenges while supporting the veterans who return from war.
This video presents highlights from an event following the release of a joint report from the Center for American Progress and the McCain Institute for International Leadership on how to address the growing national security threat posed by white supremacist violence in the United States.
The First 100 Days: Analyzing the Biden Administration’s Foreign Policy Successes and Opportunities for the Next Year
The Biden administration has put U.S. foreign policy back on track and can continue crafting a sustainable and progressive national security agenda.