Our Programs

  • The Americas Program The Americas Program

    With more than 35 years of experience in Latin American news and analysis, the Americas Program of the Center for International Policy is a leading source of information for activists, academics and citizens concerned about US foreign policy in Latin America, human rights and movements for social justice within the hemisphere. From our office in Mexico City, the Americas Program publishes a steady flow of original research and materials that report and analyze events throughout the hemisphere. 

  • Arms & Security Project Arms & Security Project

    The Arms and Security Project engages in media outreach and public education aimed at promoting reforms in U.S. policies on nuclear weapons, military spending and the arms trade. It seeks to advance the notion that diplomacy and international cooperation are the most effective tools for protecting the United States. 

  • Avoided Deforestation Partners Avoided Deforestation Partners

    Avoided Deforestation Partners is dedicated to advancing U.S. and international climate and energy policies along with business solutions that include robust incentives to protect tropical forests. AD Partners convenes public and private sector leaders to inspire decision makers to implement strategies that reduce deforestation.

  • The Cuba Project The Cuba Project

    Taking advantage of this unique moment in history – as relations between the U.S. and Cuba normalize but prior to the end of the economic embargo – the Cuba program is engaging private sector investors, corporations and NGOs, through the formation of a unique partnership committed to a code of ethics, guiding principles and best practices for sustainable development in Cuba. 

  • Global Progressive Hub Global Progressive Hub

    Global Progressive Hub (GPH) seeks to build a stronger U.S. activist base for progressive global values that promote a more just, peaceful and sustainable world. 

  • Mighty Mighty

    Mighty is a global campaign organization that works to protect the environment. We are inspired by the wonder of Nature and the potential for ordinary people to band together to achieve outsized, unexpected results. We focus on the big issues: conserving threatened landscapes like tropical rainforests, protecting oceans, and solving climate change.

  • Security Assistance Monitor Security Assistance Monitor

    A program of the Center for International Policy, in collaboration with the Friends Committee on National Legislation, Latin America Working Group Education Fund, Project on Middle East Democracy and Washington Office on Latin America. By informing policymakers, media, scholars, NGOs and the public about trends and issues related to U.S. foreign security assistance, we seek to enhance transparency and promote greater oversight of U.S. military and police aid, arms sales and training.

  • Win Without War Win Without War

    Win Without War is a national leader in the fight to promote a more progressive national security strategy. Our campaign-style operation aggressively attacks right-wing distortion while pushing our elected leaders to stand up against the politicization of our national security.  Formed in 2002 to lead the first national campaign against the war in Iraq and the disastrous policies of the Bush/Cheney Administration, our coalition reflects the diversity of the progressive movement.

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  • Peace on Earth and Goodwill Towards Yemen

    William D. Hartung quoted

    The McGill International Review , 12-05-16

    Many believe that, should the US demand an end to the bombings, Saudi Arabia would have to oblige. William Hartung, from the Center for International Policy, stated that “without US support, there’s no way Saudi coalition could wage war at this level”...Read More »

  • The Rules of the (Trump) Game

    William D. Hartung quoted

    Sputnik International, 12-03-16

    William Hartung, at the Center for International Policy, A Pentagon Rising: Is a Trump Presidency Good News for the Military-Industrial Complex? notes how "Pentagon spending is one of the worst possible ways of creating jobs...Read More »

  • Mattis at Pentagon

    William D. Hartung quoted

    Kansas City InfoZine, 12-02-16

    "The person currently rumored to be the frontrunner ... is General James 'Mad Dog' Mattis, a 44-year Marine and former head of the U.S. Central Command who left the military in 2013 amid disagreements with the Obama administration over how many troops to deploy in Iraq and how hard a line to take on Iran"...Read More »

Events
  • National Geographic Channel: Years of Living Dangerously

    11-23-16

    The outcome of the U.S. Presidential election suggests that it is more urgent than ever that we work to raise awareness about the serious threat that runaway carbon emissions pose for the future of our planet. But even though this threat is dire, the good news is that there are greener, cleaner, and economically sound solutions that can be scaled up right now... Read More »

  • Bill Goodfellow Keynote Speaker

    11-14-16

    Economists for Peace and Security will conduct its 9th annual policy symposium at the Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill in Washington DC on November 14, 2016 to discuss the economic dimensions of the most pressing global security issues and those facing the domestic economy... Read More »