Upcoming Dates

12/09/14 to 12/10/14 | Event

The 2014 summit will seek to build consensus for action on a range of issues, from protecting the rights of LGBT people everywhere, to aligning U.S. counterterrorism policy with respect for human rights, to securing U.S. support for human rights defenders fighting for freedom around the globe....

12/03/14 | Event

A World in Crisis: The Need for American Leadership

11/20/14 | Event

In "Border Patrol Nation: Dispatches from the Frontlines of Homeland Security" journalist Todd Miller tells, with graphic detail, an alarming story of the U.S. Border Patrol and Homeland Security’s ever-widening, militarized and dehumanizing reach into the lives of American citizens and...


10/31/14 | Policy Statements
Peru, Argentina and Uruguay Strengthen Cooperation on Security Matters
In an effort to strengthen cooperation in the fight against transnational crime, the Peruvian Defense Minister Pedro Cateriano, recently made official visits to his counterparts in Uruguay and Argentina.
10/31/14 | News
Spy budget shrank in fiscal 2014
The nation’s spy offices were given about $2 billion less in 2014 than last year.
10/31/14 | News
Perú, Uruguay y Argentina fortalecen cooperación en materias de seguridad
En un esfuerzo por fortalecer la cooperación en la lucha contra el crimen transnacional, el ministro de Defensa peruano, Pedro Cateriano, recientemente realizó visitas oficiales a sus homólogos en Uruguay y Argentina.


10/31/14 | Blog
Week in Review - October 31, 2014

This week, Turkey allowed roughly 150 Iraqi Kurds to transit Turkish territory in order to reinforce Kurdish forces defending the city of Kobani, Syria, which has been under siege by the Islamic State. President of Burkina Faso Blaise Campaore decided to step down following violent protests...

10/29/14 | Blog
U.S. Tolerates But Won't Support Bolivia's "Coca Yes, Cocaine No" Policy

Last month, the White House called out Bolivia for “failing demonstrably” to comply with international anti-drug agreements for the seventh year in a row....

10/28/14 | Blog
Security Assistance Monitor Holds Official Launch Event

The Center for International Policy (CIP) celebrated the launch of Security Assistance Monitor, a new program and web-resource that will track U.S. military and police assistance, arms sales and trainings with a focus on Africa, Central Eurasia, Latin America and the Caribbean and the Middle...

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U.S. military & police aid grants, in dollar amounts, to countries worldwide. Information on development & humanitarian aid grants is also available.

Arms Sales

Weapons, equipment and military services sold to countries worldwide.


U.S. training of military, police and a small number of civilian personnel from countries worldwide.


Coming soon! Events that involve a U.S. military presence, such as exercises, deployments for training, bases, and other operations.