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Senior Director, International Climate Policy
Director, International Climate Policy
Senior Vice President, National Security and International Policy
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A series of high-profile global elections in 2024 will require social media platforms and generative AI developers to meet the moment amid an evolving and uncertain technology landscape.
Sep 14, 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
Every McGovern-Dole dollar spent on food is a down payment on thriving democracies and trade.
Jul 11, 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
Examining how attempts to stifle dissent threaten the world’s largest democracy
Jul 6, 2023
The United States must push for transformative reforms to the global financial system to alleviate Global South debt burdens that prevent investments in climate, development, and democratic institutions.
Jun 5, 2023
Kate Donald, Frances Colón, Anne Christianson, 2 More
Heba Malik, Cassidy Childs
The Biden administration should press Canada to come to the table through the International Joint Commission to address Canadian mining pollution that poses significant danger to Alaskan communities.
Apr 18, 2023
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
The United States must show up to loss and damage discussions this year with solidarity, constructive negotiating positions, and credible finance solutions so that the world can not only address the losses and damages of climate change, but also continue to pursue ambitious climate mitigation goals.
Mar 20, 2023
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
Under President Biden, the United States is reinvigorating its trade policy to better confront the major challenges of the 21st century, but key questions remain.
Mar 14, 2023
Trevor Sutton, Mike Williams
CAP Senior Fellow Johan Hassel reflects on the Ukrainian-Russian war one year later.
Feb 24, 2023
Johan Hassel, Hai-Lam Phan, Andrew Sonntag, 4 More
Toni Pandolfo, Audrey Smith, Madalyn Reagan, Allie Cohen
Kate Donald and Anne-Marea Griffin explore how Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s trip to Africa can play a major role in helping the Biden administration reset the U.S.-Africa relationship.
Jan 19, 2023
Kate Donald, Anne-Marea Griffin
Gordon Gray discusses Tunisian President Kais Saied's recent visit to the United States.
Dec 26, 2022
The National Interest
David Madland argues that the United States should take note of New Zealand's new labor reform law.
Dec 22, 2022
The U.S. economy remains stronger than many of its global counterparts, despite global economic pressures.
Dec 9, 2022
Rose Khattar, Jessica Vela
As the U.N. conference on biodiversity begins, participating nations must do what those at the recent climate change conference failed to accomplish: acknowledge the link between the climate and nature crises, setting up governments to take bold action on both.
Dec 5, 2022
Anne Christianson, Sally Hardin, Miriam Goldstein, 1 More
Unions and policymakers in New Zealand are seeking a solution to address stagnant wages, rising economic inequality, and low productivity after the failures of worksite-only bargaining—and the United States can learn from their efforts.
Nov 29, 2022
Larry Korb describes the conditions that allowed Russia's forces to be overwhelmed by Ukrainian troops.
Nov 14, 2022
Lawrence J. Korb
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
In the face of election-cycle demagoguery on immigration, the Biden-Harris administration is moving forward with a serious, multipronged strategy to address the complex root causes of migration in the region.
Oct 26, 2022
Silva Mathema, Zefitret Abera Molla
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
Anne Christianson and Dennis Tänzler urge the United States and European Union to support climate loss and damage action at next month’s United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change conference.
Oct 18, 2022
Anne Christianson, Dennis Tänzler
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
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