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    Congress Must Investigate Trump’s Ties to Russia
    Mar30

    Congress Must Investigate Trump’s Ties to Russia

    We need a thorough congressional investigation into President Donald Trump’s Russia ties and we need it now. The explosive disclosure that the Federal Bureau of Investigation, or FBI, is conducting a counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to the Kremlin further demonstrated the critical role Congress can play...

    McMaster’s Challenge: His Boss is Already Making America Less Safe
    Feb22

    McMaster’s Challenge: His Boss is Already Making America Less Safe

    At a time when the Trump administration continues to spark an immediate and growing national security crises due to mismanagement and reckless policies, the national security community felt great relief at the president’s selection of Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as the next national security advisor. McMaster will be tasked with resolving a...

    A Threat to U.S. Democracy: Congress Must Investigate Allegations of Russian Hacks
    Dec13

    A Threat to U.S. Democracy: Congress Must Investigate Allegations of Russian Hacks

    The U.S. government and independent cyber security firms determined earlier this year that Russia took unprecedented steps to manipulate the American public during the 2016 presidential election. Now, we learned that the CIA has concluded that the Russians’ intention was actually to influence the outcome in favor of one candidate,...

    Open Questions on National Security for President-Elect Donald Trump
    Nov21

    Open Questions on National Security for President-Elect Donald Trump

    The Center for American Progress National Security and International Policy team is deeply committed to the democratic values that have made America great and is collectively determined to ensure that America remains secure, prosperous, and just. The initial steps taken by President-elect Donald Trump, including the nomination of several...

    The Real Scandal Behind the Panama Papers
    May10

    The Real Scandal Behind the Panama Papers

    SOURCE: AP/Arnulfo FrancoThe setting sun lights up the Panama City skyline, April 4, 2016.The Panama Papers leak exposed to the world the offshore holdings of world leaders and their families. Iceland’s prime minister, Ukraine’s president, and the king of Saudi Arabia, as well as close associates of Hosni Mubarak, Bashar al-Assad, and...

    The Crisis in Turkish-Russian Relations
    May10

    The Crisis in Turkish-Russian Relations

    SOURCE: AP/Susan WalshTurkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, left, greets Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G-20 summit in Antalya, Turkey, on November 15, 2015.On November 24, 2015, despite multiple warnings from Turkish air patrols, a Russian SU-24 aircraft that violated Turkish airspace for 17 seconds was shot down by a Turkish F-16...

    ADVISORY: CAP to Host Author Parag Khanna for Discussion on Connectivity and its Effect on the Future of Civilization
    Apr22

    ADVISORY: CAP to Host Author Parag Khanna for Discussion on Connectivity and its Effect on the Future of Civilization

    Washington, D.C. — The Center for American Progress will host a discussion with Parag Khanna, author of Connectography. Khanna presents a radical new take on American strategy: Connectivity rather than countries is the way to think about the 21st century. The discussion will focus on this and its effect on the United States and the world. The...

    Connectography
    Apr21

    Connectography

    In Connectography, Parag Khanna presents a radical new take on American strategy: Connectivity rather than countries are the way to think about the 21st century. The most connected powers and people will be the most successful. Khanna shows how mankind is re-engineering planet earth, investing up to $10 trillion per year in transportation,...

    A Critical Year for Humanitarianism
    Feb09

    A Critical Year for Humanitarianism

    SOURCE: AP/Dan KitwoodU.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon addresses delegates in London during the donor conference, February 2016.2015 was a remarkable year for international diplomacy and multilateralism, culminating in two major compacts on climate change and the global development agenda: The Paris agreement on climate and the U.N. Sustainable...

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