International justice is at a critical crossroads, offering a perfect moment to examine its key accomplishments, shortcomings, and challenges moving forward.
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.
Senior Fellow John Norris discusses the possible ramifications of President Trump's global conflicts of interest.
The United States must continue to address the global challenges presented by climate change, such as water scarcity, in order to mitigate and prevent the threats they pose to national and international security.
In the wake of recent Trump administration proposals, the international development community is fighting for the future of programs that save millions of lives and make America more secure and prosperous.
If international criminal justice is to remain a viable project during the Trump administration, it will need to adapt and evolve.
CAP argues for a new strategy to shrink the number of fragile states by creating a new mechanism called Inclusion, Growth, and Peace Compacts.
The international community is making a major push in 2016 to bring reforms to a global humanitarian system stretched close to the breaking point.
Leave No One Behind is the headline of the Sustainable Development Goals, but without further definition and a plan to achieve this objective, it will be nothing more than soaring rhetoric.
The new global development agenda pledges to curb corruption and illicit financial flows. The United States can help make sure this commitment becomes more than just words.