The Biden administration should create a new initiative to make a significant investment in U.S. foreign assistance to support democracies.
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The United States should prioritize a dual-track approach to strengthening coordination among the world’s democratic nations by expanding the G-7 and hosting a global summit of democracies.
For the U.S.-South Korea alliance to be most effective, the two countries must strive to understand one another—and progressives must find common ground on key challenges.
America must restore its leadership role in advancing LGBTI equality and human rights more broadly on the global stage.
As tensions rise ahead of the upcoming election, the 116th Congress can and should act now to confront the surge in violent white supremacy across the country.
Wise investments in space exploration today will pay off for years to come.
An actionable plan for the next administration’s progressive national security agenda.
This interactive database features nearly 250 recommendations that the next administration can advance, adopt, and implement within the first 100 days to set the country on a path toward a more progressive national security approach.
To compete at full strength in 5G, the United States must first counter China's market-distorting industrial policies.
A House-Senate Conference Committee is considering a key provision on Pentagon management that would impact accountability and how taxpayer dollars are spent.
The U.S. intelligence community must invest in understanding its own business model to make data-driven decisions for the future.
Belarusians are protesting for free and fair elections—something under threat not only from their own leader but from Moscow as well.
America was caught off guard in 2016, but the country has learned a great deal from that experience—and by understanding what happened in the past, it can better protect upcoming elections.
Generational change and shifting attitudes in conservative Turkey could bring fragmentation of the dominant right-wing bloc and, potentially, a new political alignment—prospects that will continue to shape President Erdoğan’s actions at home and abroad.
Hungary’s democratic backsliding and increasingly nationalist rhetoric threatens the stability of the alliance. NATO needs to respond.