CIP Welcomes Gaza Hostage Release; Identifies Steps for Extending and Making the Most of the Pause in Fighting

CIP Announces its Sponsorship of the Forum on the Arms Trade

The Center for International Policy (CIP) announced today that The Forum on the Arms Trade will be joining the Center for International Policy as a sponsored program as of October 20, 2023.

CIP Condemns Violations of International Law in Israel-Hamas War and Reiterates Call for Humanitarian Ceasefire

CIP Calls for Truce in Israel-Hamas Fighting to Allow for Humanitarian Relief

A Statement on the Violence in Israel-Palestine

Statement on Nobel Peace Prize to Narges Mohammadi: A Salute to Resilience, A Call to Action

The Center for International Policy (CIP) applauds the decision to award Narges Mohammadi the Nobel Peace Prize and calls on international leaders to act more broadly and boldly to hold authoritarian regimes accountable for their atrocities and oppression.

Announcing our new sponsored program: Women for Weapons Trade Transparency

The Center for International Policy (CIP) is thrilled to announce today that Women for Weapons Trade Transparency (W2T2) will be joining the Center for International Policy as a sponsored program as of October 2, 2023.

Congress, don’t shut down the chance to do the right thing on war & weapons

Hanna Homestead

Hanna Homestead and John Ramming Chappell write about proposals to bring foreign policy back in line with the Constitution and human rights in Responsible Statecraft.

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The Expanding Scope of U.S. Security Assistance Since 9/11

A detailed look at the shifting and expanding landscape of U.S. security assistance since the September 11th attacks.