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CommentaryTrump, Racism, and the Military
Throughout his administration, President Trump has misused the US military to advance his racist and discriminatory political priorities. He has used the Department of Defense...
By Susanna V. Blume
Congressional TestimonyHearing on the Crisis in Hong Kong: A Review of U.S. Policy Tools
Submitted Written Testimony Chairman Crapo, Ranking Member Brown, Honorable Members of the Committee— It is an honor to be asked to testify to you today on an issue of critica...
By Peter Harrell
CommentaryHow to Fix America’s Failing Sanctions Policy
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By Edward Fishman
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As the first anniversary of MISSION Act implementation approaches, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is in an entirely unexpected position. While the MISSION Act of 2018...
By Kayla M. Williams