In this video, Center for American Progress Chair John Podesta, who served on the U.N. High-Level Panel, discusses the panel's recommendations to eradicate poverty and transform world economies through sustainable development.
A slideshow from John Norris and Sarah Margon shows how many senior war criminals have been held accountable for their actions.
Sarah Margon talks about Libya's political crisis, what the possible outcome could be, and how the United States can help.
John Norris unveils our latest interactive feature on foreign aid reform based on his recent report.
John Norris discusses why our current national security strategy unsustainable and how we can reform the defense budget while still keeping America safe.
This slideshow shows powerful images of Pakistan's refugees, telling a story of the issues they're facing and the violence that displaced them.
Video documents a simulation where experts apply the sustainable security approach to foreign affairs to operations in Afghanistan.
Experts and Iraqis discuss the dangers that U.S.-affiliated Iraqis face and how to help them.
Interactive map shows the rising number of internally displaced persons worldwide, and Natalie Ondiak offers a three-step plan for addressing the issue.
Gayle Smith discusses the key concept of her new report, “In Search of Sustainable Security,” the first in a series of six reports that will provide analysis and recommendations for a new approach that combines national security, human security, and collective security.
When is war justified? Is the use of torture ever acceptable? These are some of the issues in a new book by policy experts and faith leaders, published by the Center for American Progress.