It’s time for a U.S. foreign policy that resonates with all generations.
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
The politics of negotiating with North Korea have changed—at least for the moment—and the United States and the international community should seize this opportunity to make progress before it disappears.
Former U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice and Reps. Elissa Slotkin and Abigail Spanberger discussed national security and how the debate is changing at the 2019 CAP Ideas Conference.
Rep. Adam Schiff and Ari Melber sit down at the 2019 CAP Ideas Conference to discuss the new era of oversight in the House.
How the Trump administration has blundered into confrontation with Tehran.
The United States should repurpose its Asia energy initiative to lead a clean energy transition in the region.
This week, Daniella and Ed are joined by Max Bergmann, CAP senior fellow and director of CAP Action Fund's Moscow Project, to discuss the Mueller report on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Releasing the full Mueller findings will help shed light on the details of Russia’s political assault on the United States, helping prevent and deter future attacks.
Competition with China provides an opportunity for the United States to get its own house in order.
This week, Judd Legum, former editor-in-chief of ThinkProgress and founder of the Popular Information newsletter, helps us break down special counsel Robert Mueller's final report to Attorney General William Barr, as well as Barr's letter to Congress summarizing Mueller's principle conclusions.
If Ankara moves forward with the purchase of Russia’s air defense system, the United States should begin downgrading security ties with Turkey.
Despite Turkish leaders’ frequent insistence that Syrian refugees will return home, privately, they seem to be preparing for the likelihood that most will remain permanently.
Far-right violence is a growing threat in the United States. Only by acknowledging the danger, combating the political rhetoric that supports it, and learning how democracies have tackled this menace in the past can we hope to defeat it.
Examining similarities and differences between Russian and Chinese malign foreign influence operations is key to developing shared strategies for combating them.
As the Trump administration begins to answer for its erratic trade policy agenda, Congress must assert its oversight and hold the administration accountable to the economic priorities of working families.