Corruption in the Defense Sector

By Colby Goodman, Christina Arabia

Sep-13-2018 | Report

Identifying Key Risks to U.S. Counterterrorism Aid... Read More »

Making Sense of Foreign Agents Registration Act Advisory Opinions

By Ben Freeman, Sarah Jolley, Hannah Poteete

Jun-20-2018 | Policy Brief

The first comprehensive list of Advisory Options under FARA... Read More »

A Century of Unstable Tourism in the Caribbean

By CIP, Ocean Doctor

Jun-07-2018 | Report

Lessons Learned and Opportunities from Cuba... Read More »

Trump’s Space Force Is Putting Us All in Danger

By William D. Hartung

Sep-25-2018 | Article

On June 18th, President Trump announced that he was directing the Pentagon to develop a new branch of the U.S. military, a “Space Force” that would give the U.S. “dominance” in that realm. It would be, he said -- and here he used a classic phrase from the Jim Crow era of racial segregation -- “separate but equal” to the U.S. Air Force... Read More »

WILL $100 MILLION IN DEFENSE CEO SALARIES MAKE US SAFER?

By William D. Hartung

Sep-24-2018 | Article

The Senate just approved a $675 billion Pentagon spending bill by a vote of 85 to 7. When defense-related activities like nuclear warhead research and development at the Department of Energy are taken into account, the total figure is well north of $700 billion... Read More »

Congress Can Help End The Suffering In Yemen

By William D. Hartung

Sep-19-2018 | Article

The Saudi intervention in Yemen—carried out with U.S support—ranks alongside the war in Syria as the world’s worst humanitarian catastrophe. Without concerted action by Congress, things will get worse before they get better... Read More »

Recent Posts from our Blogs

Building informed democracy in an era of endless war

Jun-30-18 | Open the Govt.

We’d like to invite you to join a series of strategy roundtables to identify the primary barriers to public access to information on different aspects of U.S. wars, as well as the accountability tools and mechanisms that need to be strengthened (think whistleblower protections, FOIA, Congressional oversight, etc).... Read More »

Dismantling Racism in U.S. Foreign Policy

Jun-11-18 | FCNL

Join us on June 26th at the Friends Committee on National Legislation for a conversation with CIP Pres. Salih Booker on racism in U.S. foreign policy, the lack of diversity among policymakers, and some ways to move forward... Read More »

Taking Aim: A Closer Look at the Global Arms Trade

May-22-18 | DATE: May 22, 2018 TIME: 11:30 AM - 6:30 PM LOCATION: Stimson Center, 1211 Connecticut Ave NW, 8th Floor, Washington, DC 20036

The inaugural Forum on the Arms Trade annual conference, "Taking Aim: A Closer Look at the Global Arms Trade," is a half-day event that will take place at the Stimson Center on May 22, 2018. The conference will feature leading experts, journalists, and members of civil society and the government. Join us as we look into the effects of the global arms trade on human and national security, and discuss how the U.S. can better assess risk when transferring arms. ... Read More »

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