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by Foreign Influence Transparency Initiative

The Center for International Policy was created to make a peaceful, just and sustainable world the central pursuit of U.S. foreign policy by developing and disseminating common-sense foreign policy solutions, that can challenge and replace the American exceptionalist paradigm.
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CIP’s mix of experts brings a critical diversity of voices to bear on the foreign policy challenges of today. View our entire list of experts and staff for more information.

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Through research, analysis and advocacy, our programs and analysts offer common sense solutions to the most urgent threats to our planet: war, corruption, inequality and climate change.

"U.S. Begins Withdrawing Troops from Somalia, but Regional Hurdles Remain"


Salih Booker interviewed

"The military victory is out of the reach of the federal government. It's out of the reach of the U.S. government. But it's also unlikely that Al-Shabaab can achieve a decisive military victory. And, therefore, it's time to change the strategic goal to one of political reconciliation and peace negotiations."

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