It is critical that the United States, and other countries around the world, recognize that prioritizing women and families in coronavirus responses is key to a successful long-term recovery.
Limit, Leverage, and Compete: A New Strategy on China
What the FY 2020 Defense Budget Gets Wrong
Mapping China’s Global Governance Ambitions
Securing a Democratic World
Europe just experienced a lost decade. To avoid another, it needs a progressive revival.
The Weakest Link: Russian Influence Operation in the Netherlands Reveals Vulnerabilities in EU Foreign Policy Powers
A new Russia scandal has emerged—this time in the Netherlands.
Unlike many other countries around the world, the United States has not yet taken the steps necessary to address the COVID-19 pandemic and allow the economy to safely reopen.
The Trump administration can enhance U.S. national security by transferring funds from unnecessary programs in the defense budget to other agencies.
The United States cannot afford to ignore the progressing spread of COVID-19 among its neighbors in the Americas.
CAP executive vice president for policy Mara Rudman testified before the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on the Middle East, North Africa, and International Terrorism.
How the Coronavirus Pandemic Exposes and Exacerbates the Middle East’s Long-Standing Governance Problems
Ongoing conflicts and political repression reflect enduring regional challenges in the Middle East during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To Protect Against the Coronavirus Pandemic at Home, the U.S. Must Also Help Those Beyond Its Borders
The United States must provide more foreign assistance in order to fight the pandemic at home and abroad.
President Trump is looking for someone to blame for his failure to protect the American people from the COVID-19 pandemic, and he thinks China is the perfect scapegoat.
The United States and other countries should take a cue from the humanitarian ways that Portugal is treating migrants and asylum-seekers during this pandemic.
The long journey to bring a resolution to the COVID-19 pandemic requires unprecedented actions, but sacrificing our civil liberties shouldn’t be among them.
This troubling trend could lead to greater global competition at a time when cooperation between world powers is needed more than ever.
Americans need full transparency regarding the allocation and distribution of federally funded medical equipment during the COVID-19 crisis.
The international community can offer the United States creative policy solutions as it seeks to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.