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Status of Airport P3s in the U.S.

Andy Winkler / Blog June 20, 2017

Members of Congress should not conflate ownership issues in ATC reform with the infrastructure priority of encouraging public-private partnerships (P3s).

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Former Vice President Biden Receives BPC Congressional Patriot Award

Governance / Press Release March 1, 2017

The award recognizes leaders who demonstrate political courage and exceptional leadership throughout their careers, even in the most partisan of times.

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Prevention Plays Invaluable Role in Cancer Fight

Hannah Martin, Caitlin Krutsick / Blog October 5, 2016

A substantial, sustained commitment to prevention will be necessary to maximize success in the fight to end cancer.

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Washington’s Inconsistent Rhetoric on Turkish Democracy

Nicholas Danforth / Blog September 8, 2016

Turkey has purged as many as 100,000 people from government positions and arrested over 100 journalists since the July 15 coup attempt.

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The Tale of Two Bidens

Nicholas Danforth / Blog August 26, 2016

While focused on the fight against ISIS, the White House has likely concluded that democracy in Turkey, at least in the near future, is probably a lost cause.

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Turkey After the Coup

National Security / August 30, 2016 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. ET

The consequences of Turkey’s July 15 coup attempt will continue to complicate U.S.-Turkish relations for the foreseeable future.

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What Can Biden Bring Turkey?

Nicholas Danforth / Blog August 24, 2016

Given the long history behind the American-Turkish relationship, there are a few high-profile gestures it would behoove Washington to make for its own sake.

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The U.S-Turkish Alliance Is Fraying at the Edges

Blaise Misztal / Blog August 23, 2016

U.S. policymakers will have to quickly decide just how much political capital they are willing to spend to keep Turkey from joining the Russia-Iran axis.

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Concern to What End? U.S. Responses to Turkey’s Assault on Press Freedom

Nicholas Danforth / Blog March 8, 2016

If attacks on press freedoms grow more severe, Washington must think about how to translate its principled rhetoric into action that matches the reality in Turkey.

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President’s Budget Eyes the Future, But Doesn’t Pay for It

Ben Ritz / Blog February 11, 2016

While the president’s budget is best understood as an expression of one party’s agenda, the document does include a variety of new proposals.

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