We are dismayed that during your brief stay in New York for the United Nations General Assembly you will include Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on the short list of foreign leaders with whom you will meet one-on-one.
Democratic Governance, Intergovernmental Bodies, Rule of Law, U.S. Foreign Policy
As the investigation into the death of Michael Brown continues, it is critical for all parties involved in this matter to adhere to the principles fundamental to the United States and other democracies. These include the right of peaceful protesters to assemble and express themselves, adherence to non-violence, and the ability of journalists to report on events without intimidation or harassment.
Civil Society, Human Rights Defense, Media Freedom, Rule of Law
The problem with “accommodating” Russia in Ukraine is that Vladimir Putin’s goal is sowing chaos as part of a plan to hold on to power in the Kremlin.Click here to read David J. Kramer's American Interest op-ed.
Civil Society, Democratic Governance, Rule of Law, U.S. Foreign Policy