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The new Indo-Pacific supply chain deal demonstrates how the Biden Administration's new approach to foreign and economic policy furthers its industrial strategy.
Nov 20, 2023
The United States has an obligation to support Israel’s defense, but it should not be a blank check for collective punishment that brutalizes innocent civilians; the Biden administration should urge an immediate humanitarian ceasefire.
Nov 17, 2023
Patrick Gaspard, Allison McManus
Poland's recent elections signify a major shift from democratic backsliding to a recommitment to EU values and democratic principles, with implications for regional stability and U.S. foreign policy.
Nov 14, 2023
After 20 years of serving the American people, CAP’s original founders reflect on the journey that the organization has taken from 2003 to the present day.
Nov 7, 2023
Matthew Gossage, Madalyn Reagan, Toni Pandolfo, 4 More
Ashley Joo, Hai-Lam Phan, Soraya Victory, Chris Chang
The horrifying Hamas terror attack on Israeli civilians has provoked an understandable imperative to bring the perpetrators to justice, but Israel must avoid collective punishment for Gaza that can bring a loss of moral clarity and reinforce historic grievances.
Oct 14, 2023
Negotiations around a “megadeal” for Saudi Arabia’s normalization with Israel should ensure the deal advances, rather than undermines, regional stability and prosperity.
Sep 28, 2023
The United States must act quickly, in concert with its allies, to secure an economically and environmentally sustainable supply chain of battery minerals that benefits and respects the rights of workers and front-line communities.
Nicole Gentile, Anne Griffin, Robert Benson, 3 More
Mark Haggerty, Mariel Lutz, Michael Clark
This fact sheet summarizes a recent Center for American Progress report outlining the need for a whole-of-government, society-wide approach to addressing the complex challenges posed by the opioid overdose epidemic.
Sep 21, 2023
Trinh Q. Truong, Debu Gandhi, Jill Rosenthal, 5 More
Marquisha Johns, Mariam Rashid, Dan Restrepo, Akua Amaning, Cleo Bluthenthal
The opioid epidemic is a complex public health crisis that can be ameliorated by addressing root causes of drug use; expanding access to treatment and harm reduction strategies; and reducing the supply of illicit opioids entering the United States.
Sep 20, 2023
However, the long transition period presents a risk to Bernardo Arévalo and Guatemala’s fragile democracy.
Sep 6, 2023
Joel Martinez, Dan Restrepo, Heba Malik
Missed opportunities fuel global ambivalence on Ukraine; reforming political and economic decision-making bodies can help rebuild trust.
Aug 16, 2023
Lawrence J. Korb and Stephen J. Cimbala make the case for NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg's nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Jul 10, 2023
Real Clear Defense
Lawrence J. Korb, Stephen J. Cimbala
How attempts to undermine the courts have threatened Israel's democracy and mobilized its defenders
May 17, 2023
Kate Donald, Erel N. Margalit, Thabet Abu Rass, 1 More
Democratic backsliding among U.S. allies such as Israel, India, and Mexico starkly illustrates the challenge for the United States’ foreign policy agenda.
Apr 5, 2023
Kate Donald, Heba Malik
How can U.S. and U.K. leaders increase cooperation under the “special relationship” to tackle the pressing issues that are converging both at home and abroad, including inclusive economies, threats to democracy, the climate crisis, and community justice and safety?
Mar 15, 2023
Gordon Gray discusses Tunisian President Kais Saied's recent visit to the United States.
Dec 26, 2022
The National Interest
Lawrence J. Korb and Steve Cimbala argue why Russia would not be able to contain a nuclear war on Ukrainian territory.
Oct 26, 2022
The National Interest
Lawrence J. Korb, Steve Cimbala
The 2022 National Security Strategy introduces new ideas on navigating strategic competition with China and Russia, investing at home, and a renewed focus on the fight against climate change.
Oct 19, 2022
Peter Juul, Heba Malik
China’s Ministry of Public Security has expanded its global activities, increasingly threatening U.S. interests and influencing security sector governance around the world.
Oct 17, 2022
Elisa Massimino argues for the closure of the U.S. prison in Guantanamo, which, she writes, has become "a moral, legal, strategic, and financial sinkhole for our country."
Oct 4, 2022
Gordon Gray argues that the United States should continue assistance programs that will further its core interests—security and democracy—rather than cutting off assistance to Tunisia following President Kais Saied’s anti-democratic power grab this past summer.
Sep 18, 2022
The National Interest
The Inflation Reduction Act puts the United States on track to meeting its Paris Agreement commitment and to reclaiming the mantle of global climate leadership.
Aug 17, 2022
Frances Colón, Anne Christianson, Cassidy Childs
The Yoon administration’s posture toward China has important implications for the U.S.-ROK alliance and America’s strategic approach in the region.
Aug 2, 2022
Haneul Lee, Tobias Harris, Alan Yu
Larry Korb discusses the challenges of nuclear arms control and U.S.-Russia relations that may arise once there is a negotiated peace settlement with Ukraine.
Jul 14, 2022
the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
We pursue climate action that meets the crisis’s urgency, creates good-quality jobs, benefits disadvantaged communities, and restores U.S. credibility on the global stage.
Democracy is under attack at home and abroad. We must act to ensure it is accessible to all, accountable, and can serve as a force of good.
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