The United States and South Korea are engaged in diplomatic negotiations with North Korea, and this scorecard highlights the state of play for the different issues on the table.
To advance the climate effort internationally, U.S. states and cities can champion the largely overlooked role of ocean ecosystems.
The United States should take a harder line with Turkey and begin to prepare for the potential implications of Erdoğan’s aggressive nationalism.
Defending the European Union, NATO, and other institutions will require robust, forward-looking reform.
To best advance U.S. interests and values, the United States should launch a renewed diplomatic effort to de-escalate Syria’s civil war.
Turkey should build upon recent progress investing in renewable energy to transition its energy system and reduce its reliance on imported fossil fuels.
Recent discussions conducted by CAP in Baghdad and Najaf yielded key findings on Iraq’s political, security, and economic situation, and the next steps in U.S. policy toward Iraq.
As President Trump prepares to travel to Europe, he is ripping up the very foundations of U.S. foreign policy: alliances and democratic values.
At a time of exponential growth across Africa, the United States stands to significantly benefit from growing trade and lasting alliances on the continent if it positions itself strategically today.
A major new poll ahead of Turkish elections shows sharp divisions among Turks about the president’s tenure and the vulnerability of Erdoğan and the government on the economy.
Igor speaks with CAP national security experts Kelly Magsamen and Mike Fuchs about the North Korea summit and how to work toward denuclearization.
The Center for American Progress’ U.S.-China Ocean Dialogue identifies collaborative pathways for sustainable and prosperous marine resource management.
It is more urgent now than ever for defenders of liberal democracy to understand the drivers behind the populist resurgence in Europe and to find new ways to fight back.
A flurry of positive, bipartisan steps on international development marks one of the great unexpected political victories of recent years.
President Trump’s new war Cabinet picks risk pushing the United States toward devastating wars.