Folllowing former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch’s testimony before a joint House subcommittee, John R. Allen pays tribute to the valuable contributions of our Foreign Service Officers and State Department employees.
Brookings President John Allen tells Hallie Jackson that ISIS will likely regrow in the region, leaving Americans and their allies at risk.
As the Turkish assault escalates, reports issue warnings about the risk facing the world if ISIS regains strength after U.S. forces withdraw from northern Syria. Brookings President John R. Allen, who was the Former Special Presidential Envoy to the Global Coalition to Counter ISIS, joins Andrea to discuss.
Brookings President John R. Allen discusses with BBC Newsnight the consequences of Turkey’s offensive into Syria and its consequences for Syrian Kurds.
Brookings President John R. Allen says the US troops in Northern Syria were beginning to stabilize the region and now after their removal “all bets are off.”
On September 10, the Brookings Institution and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace hosted an event commemorating the fifth anniversary of the founding of the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS.
American leadership in humanitarian aid and development is important not just for global stability and prosperity—it serves American interests and promotes our values, as well.
In the wake of four separate mass shooting incidents in America this past week, with 36 people killed and 50 more wounded, John R. Allen writes that gun violence has become a national security emergency.
On March 13, Brookings’s Center on the United States and Europe (CUSE) hosted a conversation between Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid and Brookings President John R. Allen on the Estonian perspective on the internal and external challenges facing the European Union.
Brookings President John R. Allen, who was once the special presidential envoy to the Global Coalition To Defeat ISIS, joins Margaret Brennan on CBS’ Face the Nation to discuss the future of ISIS.
The Atlantic: Although the Islamic State’s ‘Caliphate’ is gone, American’s might not be any safer.
In this report, experts argue for a new U.S. approach to Libya that centers on the concept of reinvigorated American engagement.
Artificial intelligence is poised to transform one of the most important aspects of American society: education.