Foreign Policy and Security Archives - Page 3 of 234 - Center for American Progress

Immigration Priorities in the 116th Congress

Democratic control of the House of Representatives provides an opportunity for much-needed oversight, passage of legislation to protect vulnerable individuals, and exploration of longer-term solutions.



Robert Mueller Closes in on Trump

This week, Daniella and Ed speak with Center for American Progress Senior Fellow Max Bergmann about the ongoing investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election.



Kurdistan’s New Moment

The United States can play a role in helping Iraqi Kurds transition from crisis to progress.



10 Things to Watch for on Brexit

The United Kingdom is locked in a titanic battle for its future as Parliament prepares to vote on the terms of its withdrawal from the European Union.



Refugees Thrive in America

By cutting the number of refugees allowed to enter the United States, the Trump administration is undermining the nation’s historic role as a beacon of freedom and ignoring the advancements of many hardworking aspiring Americans.


Brazil: A Turn to the Reactionary Right

Brazil’s recent election of Jair Bolsonaro as president ushers in an era of uncertainty in the world’s fifth-largest country that will put its democracy as well as its constructive role in the Americas and the world in question.


A Mueller Investigation Refresher With Joyce Vance

Former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama Joyce Vance joins Daniella and Ed to talk about special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation and the country's trust in its democratic institutions.


Venezuela in Crisis: A Way Forward

The escalating crisis in Venezuela demands concerted, peaceful action by the United States and the international community to assist the Venezuelan people, in Venezuela and throughout the Americas.



The Origins of Russia’s Broad Political Assault on the United States

The Russian attack on U.S. democracy began in 2014 and is more wide-ranging and coordinated than previously understood. How the United States responds requires a strategy that both applies pressure on Russia via additional sanctions and improves the United States’ defensive capabilities against further Russian interference.