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Coup Clause Changes Could Shake Bedrock of U.S. Values

by CIP

Jul-28-2014 | Letter

CIP joins over 20 other organizations in calling for support of a proposed change in Section 7008 of the SFOPS appropriations bill... Read More »

Congress: Address the Humanitarian Crisis at the Border

by CIP

The Hill, Jul-23-2014 | Letter

CIP joins over 40 other organizations in urging Congress to provide emergency aid and give attention to the underlying causes of violence in Central America... Read More »

Terrorized Civilian Communities: Gaza and the Warsaw Ghetto

by Melvin A. Goodman

CounterPunch, Jul-23-2014 | Article

A comparison between the Warsaw Ghetto and the Gaza Strip may seem far-fetched, but the facts may tell a different story... Read More »

Blowback on the Border: America's Child Refugee Crisis

by Laura Carlsen

Foreign Policy in Focus, Jul-19-2014 | Article

After three years of relative silence, the U.S. press has finally “discovered” the crisis of tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors piling up on the U.S. border... Read More »

To Stem the Child Migrant Crisis, First Stop Poverty and Violence

by Oscar Arias Sanchez

Washington Post, Jul-18-2014 | Article

Educational aid may be an answer to one of the "root causes" of the recent surge in Central American immigrants to the U.S.... Read More »

Senators Graham and Menendez's Iranian Black Comedy

by Matthew Hoh

Huffington Post, Jul-18-2014 | Article

The repetition of Washington's call to arms manifests as a form of black comedy: it is funny until you realize its horror... Read More »

Avoid 'Mission Creep' in Iraq

by William D. Hartung

Bucks County Courier Times, Jul-16-2014 | Article

Injecting more U.S. weapons, trainers or combat troops into Iraq is likely to only make matters worse... Read More »

Lack of Intelligence: Obama and the CIA

by Melvin A. Goodman

CounterPunch, Jul-16-2014 | Article

The political embarrassments for President Barack Obama from the intelligence community, particularly the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency, continue to mount, but there is no sign whatsoever that the president is interested in reversing the pattern... Read More »

Afghanistan's Ongoing Nightmare

by Matthew Hoh

U.S. News & World Report, Jul-11-2014 | Article

A messy presidential election is just the latest proof that America's campaign in Afghanistan failed... Read More »

F-35: The Plane to Nowhere

by William D. Hartung

Roll Call, Jul-10-2014 | Article

When the Defense Subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee meets to mark up the FY 2015 Pentagon spending bill next week, it has a chance to strike a blow for fiscal discipline and sound national security policy. It can do so by scaling back the troubled F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program... Read More »

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