Screen%20Shot%202021-03-31%20at%2011.46_

by Security Assistance Monitor

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.
blue-map.png

OUR EXPERTS

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.

OUR WORK

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.

"Pan-Africanism and Today’s Movement for Black Lives"

 
by Temi Ibirogba

If the AU and the other Pan-African organizations are to show strength in their mission today, they must have a collective response to the U.S. that involves both African governments and civil society. Likewise, if the US wants to renew positive relations with Africa, it must make strides in achieving racial justice and addressing the demands of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement at home. 

SPOTLIGHT

STAY IN THE LOOP

CIP disseminates newsletters, research findings, commentary, publications, and announcements of events. Stay up-to-date with all CIP has to offer by signing up for our newsletter today.

CONNECT WITH US

Follow us on Twitter!

Center for International Policy

2000 M Street NW, Suite 720, Washington, DC 20036

(202) 232-3317

The Baraza, a CIP blog, is a never-ending and global town hall meeting on U.S. foreign policy.
CONNECT WITH US