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Changing Course: Proposals to Reverse the Militarization of U.S. Foreign Policy

Changing Course: Proposals to Reverse the Militarization of U.S. Foreign Policy

by Donald Herr

Sep-08-2008 | Report

In this International Policy Report, Donald Herr analyzes the militarization of U.S. foreign policy and provides proposals to reverse its militarization. ... Read More »

Promoting Conflict Prevention through Security Sector Reform: Review of Spending on Security Sector Reform through the Global Conflict Prevention Pool

by Nicole Ball, Luc van de Goor

Jun-01-2008 | Report

Security sector reform (SSR) is a key area of work for the UK government. This is based on the recognition that security and access to justice are essential to conflict prevention; stabilisation of fragile and conflict affected environments; investment and economic development; sustainable development and poverty reduction; counter-terrorism, counter-insurgency and counter-narcotics; reducing trans-national serious and organized crime.... Read More »

La Política Exterior se Viste de Camuflado

La Política Exterior se Viste de Camuflado

by Adam Isacson, George Withers, Lisa Haugaard, Joy Olson, Joel Fyke

Apr-09-2008 | Report

A propósito del crecimiento del rol del Pentágono en la política exterior, y por qué el Congreso y la opinión pública estadounidense deberían preocuparse. ... Read More »

The CIA and the Perils of Politicization

The CIA and the Perils of Politicization

by Melvin A. Goodman

Mar-17-2008 | Report

Melvin Goodman analyzes the CIA's vulnerability to politicization due to its mission to provide intelligence to policymakers. ... Read More »

Ready, Aim, Foreign Policy

Ready, Aim, Foreign Policy

by Adam Isacson, George Withers, Lisa Haugaard, Joy Olson, Joel Fyke

Mar-05-2008 | Report

A joint report focusing on a current trend in U.S. foreign policy: the Defense Department's leadership of foreign military aid and training programs is increasing. ... Read More »

Crimes of the Central Intelligence Agency: How Covert Action Harms U.S. Security

Crimes of the Central Intelligence Agency: How Covert Action Harms U.S. Security

by Melvin A. Goodman

Nov-21-2007 | Report

Melvin Goodman analyzes how covert action harms U.S. security in this International Policy that covers the history of the term and its effect on policy. ... Read More »

Taking

Taking "No" for an Answer

by Adam Isacson

May-16-2007 | Report

Adam Isacson discusses the "American Servicemembers' Protection Act" and the Bush administration's security relations with Latin America. ... Read More »

Security and Justice Sector Reform Programming in Africa

by Nicole Ball, Piet Biesheuvel, Tom Hamilton-Baillie, ‘Funmi Olonisakin

Apr-01-2007 | Report

Security and Justice Sector Reform (SJSR) has assumed an increasingly prominent role on the international policy agenda since the end of the 1990s.... Read More »

Below the Radar

Below the Radar

by Adam Isacson, Joy Olson, Lisa Haugaard

Mar-05-2007 | Report

Instead of our annual report, this year we present a summary of major trends over the past ten years in U.S. policy and military programs with Latin America. ... Read More »

Por Debajo del Radar

Por Debajo del Radar

by Adam Isacson, Joy Olson, Lisa Haugaard

Mar-05-2007 | Report

Un informe sobre los programas militares de EE.UU. con América Latina 1997-2007. En vez del informe anual que acostumbramos presentar, ofrecemos un resumen de las principales tendencias durante los últimos diez años. ... Read More »

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