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8.20: Celebrating World Humanitarian Day

Daniel Runde, Senior Vice President and Director of the Project on Prosperity and Development, CSIS


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8.07: The Economic Impact of Fighting Corruption in Guatemala

Ricardo Barrientos, Senior Economist, ICEFI

8.08: U.S. Arms Transfer Policy


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8.01: Maritime Security Dialogue: A Conversation with Admiral Karl Schultz, Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard

Admiral Karl L. Schultz, 26th Commandant of the United States Coast Guard

8.01: The Code of Putinism: Book Launch Event


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7.23: The Unmaking of Jihadism: The Current Effort to Combat Violent Extremism

Jesse Morton, Founder and Co-director, Parallel Networks

7.23: Celebrating NASA’s 60th Anniversary with Administrator Jim Bridenstine


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7.16: With Partners Like These: Strategies and Tools for Counterterrorism Cooperation

Stephen Tankel, Associate Professor, School of International Service, American University

7.17: Facilitating Humanitarian Assistance in South Sudan


Photo: Odd Anderssen/AFP/Getty Images

By: Jon B. Alterman

July 12, 2018

In 1967, the Middle East was transformed. Egypt’s president, Gamal Abd al-Nasser, was mired in a pitiless war in Yemen that was draining his military and his treasury. Regardless, he led the Arabs into a swift but disastrous war, leading to Israel’s capture of the Sinai Peninsula, the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, and the Golan Heights.

The map was not all that changed. Nasser’s Arab Socialism died, and so too did the dream of revolutionary republics leading the Arab world out from the shadow of colonialism to the center of the world…


By: Robert R. King

On July 10 President Trump was presented with the final approved text of H.R. 2061 “to reauthorize The North Korea Human Rights Act” (NKHRA). The legislation, previously passed by both the House of Representatives and Senate, “reauthorizes” or extends for four years the human rights legislation that was first enacted by Congress in 2004 and reauthorized again in 2008 and 2012. The bill also includes modifications to update the law and to harmonize it with other human rights legislation that has been adopted. …


CSIS hosts over 2,000 events a year, from major public speeches to small briefings. Join us here for an inside look at the events of the week.

7.10: Realizing a Polio-Free World: Sustaining U.S. Support for Global Polio Eradication


By: Jeffrey Rathke

President Trump travels to Europe this week for a NATO summit, and he has one number on his mind: 2% — the target level of 2024 defense spending NATO members have set (as percentage of national GDP), but which only about half are on track to achieve. The Trump administration’s emphasis on burden sharing is justifiable — virtually every observer of the transatlantic relationship agrees that European allies need to shoulder more of the burden for our common security, and every previous U.S. administration has pressed allies to do more. But as with so many other issues…


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6.26: A Conversation with Pratima Rangarajan

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