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Arms Trade: U.S. Outsells All Others Combined: 1999 Scorecard: U.S. $11.4 Billion, Rest of World $11.3 Billion

by James Morrell, David Lockhead

Dec-04-2000 | Policy Brief

At a time of unprecedented involvement of first-world nations in the affairs of developing countries, it is imperative for people everywhere to take a critical look at the nature of that involvement.... Read More »

"Plan Colombia": The Debate in Congress, 2000

by Ingrid Vacius

Dec-04-2000 | Policy Brief

U.S. relations with Colombia improved instantly in August of 1998, when Andrés Pastrana became the South American country’s new president.... Read More »

Is Plan Colombia Dead? The Truth Behind the NUmbers

by , Ingrid Vaicius, Abbey Steele

Oct-27-2000 | Policy Brief

The Clinton Administration’s $1.3 billion aid package for Colombia and its neighbors, which was introduced in January and became law in July, raised a great deal of controversy... Read More »

Snatching Defeat from the Jaws of Victory

by James Morrell

Aug-07-2000 | Policy Brief

Haiti's Aristide Had the Votes to Win, Yet Cheated and So Drained His Win of Legitimacy... Read More »

CIP Memo to Senate Staff

by , Ingrid Vaicius

Jun-20-2000 | Policy Brief

The 2001 Foreign Operations Appropriations bill (S. 2522) is to come to the floor very soon, possibly later today or tomorrow... Read More »

CIP Position on U.S. Aid Package

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Apr-08-2000 | Policy Brief

The Center for International Policy shares the belief that the United States must act quickly to support Colombia with a large aid package... Read More »

The Colombian Dilemma: After half a century of fighting, can a fragile peace process succeed?

The Colombian Dilemma: After half a century of fighting, can a fragile peace process succeed?

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Feb-07-2000 | Report

At first, it sounds all too familiar. A Latin American country is plagued by inequality, rural neglect and militarism.... Read More »

Getting in Deeper: The United States’ growing involvement in Colombia’s conflict

Getting in Deeper: The United States’ growing involvement in Colombia’s conflict

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Feb-07-2000 | Report

It had been in the works for some time, and the government in Bogotá and observers in Washington had expected Congress to put it in the 2000 budget the previous fall.... Read More »

National Insecurity: U.S. Intelligence After the Cold War

National Insecurity: U.S. Intelligence After the Cold War

by Craig Eisendrath

Jan-01-2000 | Book

Drawing on their experience in government administration, research and Foreign Service, ten prominent experts propose a fundamental rethinking of the United States' intelligence needs in the post-Cold War world.... Read More »

Just the Facts: A Civilian's Guide to U.S. Defense and Security Assistance to Latin America and the Caribbean

Just the Facts: A Civilian's Guide to U.S. Defense and Security Assistance to Latin America and the Caribbean

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Dec-01-1999 | Book

This book details dozens of programs and activities that the U.S. government carries out with the Western Hemisphere's security forces, such as arms transfers, training programs, exercises, deployments, counternarcotics operations and military bases.... Read More »

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CIP in the Press
  • The NRA And The Gun Industry Go Global With Trump

    Security Assistance Monitor quoted

    The National Memo, 08-15-18

    American weapons makers have dominated the global arms trade for decades. In any given year, they’ve accounted for somewhere between one-third and more than one-half the value of all international weapons sales. It’s hard to imagine things getting much worse — or better, if you happen to be an arms trader — but they could, and soon, if a new Trump rule on firearms exports goes through...Read More »

  • The Defense Spending Bill Is an Abomination

    William D. Hartung quoted

    Esquire, 08-14-18

    And not because Trump didn't say John McCain's name...Read More »

  • Press Release: CIP’s Foreign Influence Transparency Proposal Becomes Law

    Ben Freeman

    08-13-18

    Today the President signed into law the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act. The bill includes provisions from the Countering Foreign Propaganda Act, first introduced by Representatives Seth Moulton (D-MA) and Elise Stefanik (R-NY), which the Foreign Influence Transparency Initiative (FITI) at the Center for International Policy helped to craft and loudly supported....Read More »