The international community can offer the United States creative policy solutions as it seeks to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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COVID-19 is presenting an unprecedented test for every country; here’s how the United States can lead the response, save lives both at home and abroad, and successfully meet this global challenge.
The Senate’s coronavirus stimulus bill doesn’t do nearly enough to help families and small businesses.
The Trump administration can save lives if it takes these six steps now on the Defense Production Act.
The annual human rights reports demonstrate the disconnect between human rights situations on the ground and the Trump administration’s policies around the world; a future administration must change that.
As the world braces for an economic crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the future of the EU is about to be decided.
At a moment of global crisis, President Trump’s EU travel ban causes widespread panic, threatens the economy, and further damages the transatlantic relationship.
In order to avoid another costly war in the Middle East, the United States must prioritize diplomacy and a more balanced regional stabilization strategy.
Iran’s central role as an epicenter for the global spread of COVID-19 adds yet another complication onto the already complex set of questions surrounding U.S. policy toward Tehran.
The new coronavirus has the potential to undermine and upend politics in Asia and makes clear the need for urgent action and global coordination.
Tweets are no substitute for a national policy response.
The authors translated evidence that President Xi will likely use to claim that he anticipated a black swan event such as the COVID-19 outbreak and ordered the Chinese Communist Party to prepare for it.
Ahead of the State of the Union, here’s the real state of national security under President Trump.
In 2020, the United States must get creative about jump-starting diplomacy with North Korea while simultaneously repairing U.S. alliances—policies that will strengthen America’s position regardless of what North Korea does.
This video provides a recap of CAP’s national security conference, “Progressive National Security: The First 100 Days,” held on January 14, 2020, in Washington, D.C.