Security Policy

By Pikria Saliashvili
Contributing Writer
January 8, 2016

The conflict in Syria will only be solved through international cooperation. However, the United States should be wary of negotiating away its key interests.

By Ariel Bigio
Contributing Writer
January 8, 2016

Closing the Guantanamo Bay detention facility will benefit the United States.

By David Okun
Contributing Writer
23 December 2015

The United States must move beyond the priorities set by the initial Plan Colombia. Investing in regional peace and post-conflict capacity building will be more beneficial in the long term than further military aid.

By Meera Eaton
Contributing Writer
December 12, 2015

The current system of counterterrorism-linked assistance is ineffective, fostering corruption among Pakistani leaders and resentment among the local population.

By Wade Meyerhoffer
Contributing Writer
November 29, 2015

The United States should invest in a robust system of space weaponry designed to deter, deny and destroy threats posed by current and emerging space-faring actors.


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