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The Littoral Combat Ship: The Warship  That Can’t Go to War

The Littoral Combat Ship: The Warship That Can’t Go to War

by Jacob Marx

Aug-26-2014 | Policy Brief

The Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) is the Navy’s response to perceived changes in naval warfare and falling budgets. In theory, the LCS is a multifaceted and cost-effective answer to these requirements. In reality, the LCS is an overpriced, underperforming vessel that does not meet current needs and is a bad deal for taxpayers... Read More »

Financial Transparency Coalition Newsletter April-June 2014

Financial Transparency Coalition Newsletter April-June 2014

by Christian Freymeyer, Sabrina Cleary, Porter McConnell, Sarah Bracht

Jun-02-2014 | Report

From the Indian government's creation of a task force to investigate offshore accounts to the Queen of England's speech announcing the UK's plan to end anonymous companies–our issues are everywhere this spring. Of course, channeling the momentum into concrete policy change is always a challenge... Read More »

Report to Supporters Spring 2014

Report to Supporters Spring 2014

by Bill Goodfellow

May-19-2014 | Report

2014 has been a successful year so far with major advances in reshaping defense spending, curbing tax evasion and advancing awareness on global climate change... Read More »

Putting Governance at the Heart of Security Sector Reform

Putting Governance at the Heart of Security Sector Reform

by Nicole Ball

Apr-03-2014 | Report

Democratically governed security and justice sectors are a core objective of the Security Sector Development (SSD) agenda. But few such programs put governance front and center... Read More »

Promising the Sky: Pork Barrel Politics and the F-35 Combat Aircraft

Promising the Sky: Pork Barrel Politics and the F-35 Combat Aircraft

by William D. Hartung

Jan-22-2014 | Report

Lockheed Martin's assertions that the development and construction of the F-35 combat aircraft sustains 125,000 jobs in 46 states are exaggerated says Hartung, and his latest report documents how the real number is roughly half of what Lockheed Martin claims... Read More »

How Europe Can Set the Standard on Anti-money Laundering

How Europe Can Set the Standard on Anti-money Laundering

by Financial Transparency Coalition

Dec-17-2013 | Fact Sheet

Anonymous shell companies, including those incorporated in the European Union (EU) are often used to hide the proceeds of crime, corruption, or corporate tax evasion... Read More »

A Sustainable, Just and Peaceful World

A Sustainable, Just and Peaceful World

by CIP

Dec-09-2013 | Report

Find out how CIP can make a difference in facing some of the world's largest problems... Read More »

It's All in the Details: U.S. Regulatory Changes Can Get Americans Traveling to Cuba Again

It's All in the Details: U.S. Regulatory Changes Can Get Americans Traveling to Cuba Again

by Robert L Muse

Dec-04-2013 | Policy Brief

Following the termination of consular services by the Cuban Interests Section, Muse outlines what can be done to help alleviate the current banking crisis the Interests Section is facing... Read More »

Hurricane Sandy in Santiago, Cuba: Heeding Lessons for the Next Disaster

Hurricane Sandy in Santiago, Cuba: Heeding Lessons for the Next Disaster

by Elizabeth Newhouse

Nov-04-2013 | Policy Brief

Hurricane Sandy devastated Santiago de Cuba just as it did communities in New York and New Jersey. To inspect the damage and reconstruction a year later—as part of CIP’s series on disaster preparedness and response—CIP's Cuba Project led a delegation of disaster experts to affected areas... Read More »

African Peace Facility Evaluation - Part 2: Annexes

African Peace Facility Evaluation - Part 2: Annexes

by Nicole Ball

Nov-01-2013 | Report

Reviewing the overall implementation of the APF as an instrument for African efforts to manage conflicts on the continent... Read More »

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