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June 6, 2021

Immigration and Migration
Corruption Endemic in Central America and Mexico

Corruption in Central America has become pervasive, insidious, and systematic. And, as much as any other factor, it spurs migration. The United States should partner with non-governmental organizatio…

May 3, 2011

Afghanistan
Afghanistan: What is an Acceptable End-State, and How Do We Get There?

Prepared statement for the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations

September 18, 2003

Iraq

April 18, 2007

Energy and Climate Policy
Geopolitical Implications of Rising Oil Dependence and Global Warming

Prepared statement for the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming  

March 24, 2021

Asia
U.S. Policy toward the Indo-Pacific: The Case for a Comprehensive Approach

Chairman Bera, Ranking Member Chabot, thank you for this opportunity to provide thoughts on America’s way forward in the Indo-Pacific. As always, I am speaking in my personal capacity as the Council …

The opening session of US-China talks at the Captain Cook Hotel in Anchorage, Alaska, U.S. March 18, 2021.

March 18, 2021

COVID-19
A Year Out: Addressing International Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic

In his testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs, Thomas J. Bollyky provides an overview of current engagement of the United States and its allies in addressing …

March 23, 2021

International Law
Reforming the War Powers Resolution for the 21st Century

John B. Bellinger III, CFR adjunct senior fellow for international and national security law, testified before the House Committee on Rules, on congressional and presidential war powers. The written …

November 1, 2020

Afghanistan
Evaluating the U.S. Military Contribution in Afghanistan

Stephen Biddle testified before the Armed Services Committee in the United States House of Representatives. His statement evaluated the U.S. military contribution in Afghanistan. 

December 3, 2020

Americas
The Western Hemisphere Drug Policy Commission: Charting a New Path Forward

The increasingly complex threat of drug trafficking in the Western Hemisphere requires a more agile, adaptive long-term strategy. We need smarter international policies within an interagency effort l…

Packs of marijuana, weapons and other scales are displayed after an operation against drug hitmen by Mexican soldiers at a ranch near the municipality of Sabinas Hidalgo, some 100 km away from Monterrey April 27, 2010.