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Securing a Democratic World
It is unclear how the new commission within the State Department will rule on universal human rights.
To revive and rebuild the trans-Atlantic alliance, the United States should fully embrace the European Union.
An innovative study of U.S. public attitudes on foreign policy this year finds a strong appetite for an alternative to the current U.S. foreign policy approach.
President Trump’s withdrawal from Syria has thrown the region into chaos, shattered American credibility, and uncovered deep problems with U.S. policy toward Turkey.
Repairing the damage done to global human rights under President Trump will require a forceful and expansive human rights agenda from the next administration.
The president’s attempted shakedown of Ukraine is a colossal blow to U.S. efforts to fight corruption around the world.
There are limits on the president’s ability to withhold information from Congress.
The era of European populism is over. What comes next is far more disconcerting.
CAP releases a list of how the president’s conduct threatens national security in the United States.
While President Trump is at the center of the Ukraine controversy, the alleged extortion scheme likely implicates a host of top administration officials and advisers.
Constitutional principles espoused by our nation’s founders dictate that a president should be impeached if he abuses his public office by soliciting campaign help from a foreign government.
This series of events is incredibly worrisome in the context of the health of U.S. democracy.
As challenges to democracy and human rights in Asia grow, the United States must stick to its principles by acting early and often to stand up for universal values.
This report analyzes different countries’ approaches to prevent, mitigate, and respond to Russian interference operations and draws lessons for policymakers and stakeholders ahead of the 2020 U.S. election.