Department of State

Serbia’s Move to Cancel EuroPride Shows How Vučić Plays Off West Against Russia and His Base

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Sep 15th, 2022

Myanmar Junta’s Execution of Activists Casts Harsh Light on Lack of U.S. Sanctions on Oil and Gas

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Aug 3rd, 2022

The “Leahy Laws” and U.S. Assistance to Ukraine

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May 9th, 2022

How To Fix the Broken Position of U.S. Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa

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Apr 20th, 2022

With West Africa and Priority Countries Set, Potentially Game-Changing Global Fragility Act Still Faces Hurdles

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Apr 11th, 2022

Haitians Have Built Consensus on a Democratic Way Forward. Why Is an Undemocratic Leader Still in Office?

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Feb 7th, 2022

Senate Hearing on Sudan: Is the US Ready for a Needed Reset?

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Jan 31st, 2022

Cuando la corrupción no tiene rastro de dinero: las sanciones pasan por alto casos cruciales

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Jan 21st, 2022

When Corruption Has No Money Trail: Sanctions Overlook Crucial Cases

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Jan 19th, 2022

The Impact on Israel’s National Security of Reopening – or Not – of a US Consulate for Palestinians in Jerusalem

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Nov 29th, 2021

US Focus on `Open Balkan’ Economic Project Risks Open Season Instead

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Nov 11th, 2021

Abuse of Interpol for Transnational Repression: Assessing the FY22 NDAA’s Provisions for Prevention

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Nov 10th, 2021

A Soldier and His Establishment: In the Life of Colin Powell, Who Failed Whom?

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Nov 5th, 2021

Afghanistan: The Difficult Chapter Ahead

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Oct 12th, 2021

Expert Backgrounder: Recognition and the Taliban

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Aug 17th, 2021

The Top US Diplomat on Arms Control Commits to `Values-Based Security Partnerships’ — Here’s How to Do That

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Jul 30th, 2021

Parsing an Immunity Decision at the Heart of U.S.-Egypt Relations  

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Jun 29th, 2021

Why Supporters of Democracy and Security Both Need to Care about Security Sector Governance

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Jun 4th, 2021

Tracking Transnational Repression: Next Steps for the State Department’s Human Rights Reports

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Jun 2nd, 2021

The Need for More Chris Stevenses: A Memorial Lecture at UC Hastings Law

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Apr 23rd, 2021

An Opportunity for Congress to Require Transparency of the Executive’s International Agreements

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Apr 21st, 2021

Congress Must Stand with Civil Society and Strengthen the Global Magnitsky Sanctions Program

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Apr 20th, 2021

Overlooking the Policy Connections: Fragility, Democracy, and Geopolitical Competition

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Apr 6th, 2021

To Combat Central America’s Bad Governance, Biden Can’t Just Throw Money at the Problem

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Mar 29th, 2021

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