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Op-ed: Defining Border Security

Feb 13, 2013
Eric Olson and Christopher Wilson warn lawmakers against setting vague preconditions to “secure our border” before addressing immigration reform, which has sunk reform efforts in the past.

Obama’s Foreign Policy in the State of the Union

Feb 11, 2013
Aaron David Miller explains why no one should expect particular insight into Barack Obama's foreign policy in Tuesday's State of the Union address.
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Latin American Program in the Media: Winter 2013

Feb 08, 2013
See what our staff, fellows, and scholars have been saying on key issues.

Israel Faces Reset Moment

Jan 30, 2013
Israel’s surprising election result gives its wing-clipped prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, an opportunity to shift to the center, to reset the U.S.-Israeli relationship, and to seek a two-state solution, writes Jane Harman.
Newly Elected Women in Congress (Photo:Mark Wilson,Getty Images)

Director of GWLI, Rangita de Silva de Alwis featured in USA Today Column on Women in Congress

Jan 29, 2013
Rangita de Silva de Alwis, Director of the Global Women’s Leadership Initiative at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, was recently featured in an opinion column in USA Today written by Al Neuharth.

The Future of U.S.-Israeli Relations

Jan 24, 2013
Jane Harman and Aaron David Miller comment on U.S.-Israeli relations in light of the election.

Latin American Program in the News: Obama's Gun Plan Could Impact Weapons Trafficking

Jan 23, 2013
Eric Olson remarked upon the impact that a trafficking law approved by the U.S. Congress could have on arms trafficking between the United States and Mexico.

Latin American Program in the News: Obama is Empowered

Jan 22, 2013
Our Director, Cynthia J. Arnson was interviewed by El Espectador on Obama's second term. (IN SPANISH)

Jane Harman Comments on Nominations of Chuck Hagel and John Brennan

Jan 08, 2013
In this series of interviews, Jane Harman comments on the nominations of Chuck Hagel and John Brennan.

Syria’s chaos isn’t America’s fault

Jan 03, 2013
The idea that Syria was anyone’s to win or lose, or that the United States could significantly shape the outcome there, is typical of the arrogant paternalism and flawed analysis that have gotten this country into heaps of trouble in the Middle East over the years, argues Aaron David Miller.

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