Category: Center for Security Policy

Getting serious about strategic influence: How to move beyond the State Department’s legacy of failure

by J Michael Waller, Journal of International Security Affairs, December 2009 Download PDF: Waller_Getting Serious About Strategic Influence 2009

Mexico’s glass house: How the Mexican constitution treats foreign residents, workers and naturalized citizens

“Mexico’s Glass House: How the Mexican constitution treats foreign residents, workers and immigrants” by J. Michael Waller, for the Center for Security Policy, April 2006 Introduction Every country has the right – and duty – to restrict the quality and quantity of foreign immigrants entering or living within its borders. If American policymakers are looking for legal models on which...

What to do about Venezuela: The case for political and psychological strategy

(Text is from a news release) In a paper timed to coincide with a major hemispheric policy address by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, the Center for Security Policy warned today that the increasingly repressive – and aggressive – dictatorship in Venezuela must either change or be changed if the region is to avoid the terrible human costs of a new generation...