On this episode of Thinking CAP, Michele and Igor break down the year that was 2017.
Cracking the Shell: Trump and the Corrupting Potential of Furtive Russian Money
Turkey’s ‘New Nationalism’ Amid Shifting Politics
Is Turkey Experiencing a New Nationalism?
The United States and India: Forging an Indispensable Democratic Partnership
Trump’s National Security and Foreign Policy Failures: Year One
There may be some room for meaningful parliamentary action under the vastly expanded executive power of the new Turkish presidential system.
Exploring the merits of prosecutors approaching the interlocking allegations against the Trump campaign and organization as a criminal conspiracy through the use of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act.
Russia is pursuing a concerted strategy to undermine American democracy and U.S. national interests. These are the actions of an adversary not an ally.
As the United States and Jordan enter the next phase of bilateral counterterrorism cooperation, they should work together to continue to strengthen Jordan’s security services.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel to discuss net neutrality.
Climate change poses serious security risks, particularly as it affects water and food security in fragile states, and ignoring these risks will take an increasing toll on human lives and livelihoods, economic prosperity, and peace and security around the world.
The Senate tax bill squeezes the middle class, wastes America’s fiscal resources, set up fiscal cliffs, cut off federal revenues needed to support economic and national security priorities, and further concentrates economic and political power.
The erosion of American leadership under President Trump is opening opportunities for China to expand its global influence—and the United States and Europe need to wake up to the threat.
Trump’s momentary flirtation with Guantanamo only served to expose its failures and the hypocrisy of Republicans’ fight to keep it open.
The climate alliances among U.S. states, cities, and businesses could become global players in the fight against climate change.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will have his own agenda for the upcoming summit with President Donald Trump.
President Trump keeps saying one thing and doing another; it’s the American people who pay the price.
As President Trump continues to send threatening tweets aimed at North Korea’s leader, he jeopardizes the lives of millions of people who fall within the zone of a possible nuclear attack.
The United States must take immediate action to de-escalate tensions.