Country Profile: U.S. Security Assistance to Tunisia

By Security Assistance Monitor, Project on Middle East Democracy

Apr-21-2015 | Policy Brief

Tunisia is widely credited with initiating the wave of revolutions that swept the Arab world in 2011. Following the ouster of former President Ben Ali, the country navigated an extremely difficult political transition that culminated in the formation of a democratically elected government under a new constitution in December 2014... Read More »

Applying the Leahy Law to U.S. Military and Police Aid

By Security Assistance Monitor

Dec-01-2014 | Report

A guide on what the Leahy Law says, how the United States applies it and what organizations can do to encourage U.S. action against security forces accused of violations... Read More »

Advancing a Sustainable, Just and Peaceful World

By Bill Goodfellow

Nov-10-2014 | Report

Check out what the Center for International Policy has been up to in 2014 with our end-of-year brochure... Read More »

Guest Column: Congress Must Approve Iran Nuclear Deal

By Michael Barnes, Wayne Gilchrest

Aug-31-2015 | Article

Two former Maryland members of Congress call on Barbara Mikulski and Ben Cardin to support the Iran deal... Read More »

Nuclear Deal: Diplomacy or War?

By William D. Hartung

Aug-21-2015 | Article

As President Obama has indicated on numerous occasions, the political fight over the Iran nuclear deal boils down to a stark choice: diplomacy or war... Read More »

Ted Deutch's Path to War


Aug-07-2015 | Letter

If Congress forces the U.S. to walk away from the deal, the unlikely international coalition so carefully constructed by U.S. diplomats will collapse and there will be nothing holding back Iran from moving full speed ahead on its nuclear program... Read More »

Crisis in Yemen - Humanitarian and Security Consequences of Military Support to the Region

Oct-20-15 | The Stimson Center, 1211 Connecticut Ave NW, 8th Floor, Washington DC, 20036

An expert panel will look at the situation in Yemen today and the politics and consequences of adding additional military equipment to the conflict.... Read More »

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