Senior Fellow, National Security Affairs
Senior Program Coordinator
Manager, International and Diplomatic Programs
Program Manager, International Studies
Special Projects Manager
Manager, National Security Law Program and Senior Legal Fellow
Senior Fellow Peter Brookes discusses Iran and the U.N. Security Council resolutions on Fox News' 'America's Newsroom'.
Senior Fellow Peter Brookes discusses the Kenyan mall attacks on Fox News.
Senior Fellow Peter Brookes discusses the terror threat that occurred in a Kenyan mall on Fox Business' 'Markets Now'.
Senior Fellow Peter Brookes discusses the latest on Iran's sanctions on CNN's 'OuT Front with Erin Burnett'.
Senior Fellow Peter Brookes discusses the tactics of President Obama and Sec. of State John Kerry in resolving the Syrian conflict on CNBC's 'The Kudlow
Senior Fellow Peter Brookes discusses Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on CNBC's 'The Kudlow Report'.
Senior Fellow Peter Brookes discusses Syria blowback on Fox Business' 'The Willis Report'.
Senior Fellow Peter Brookes discusses the United States' strike plan for the Middle East on Fox News' 'Your World with Neil Cavuto'.
Senior Fellow Peter Brookes discusses Snowden leaking the intelligence community's 'Black Budget' on Fox Business Network's 'Markets Now'.
Senior Fellow Peter Brookes discusses the latest on whether Congress will back up President Obama's call for action in Syria on Fox News' 'America's News
The Davis Institute for International Studies is The Heritage Foundation’s base for research and analysis of issues dealing with foreign policy, international relations, global economics, and national security. Its team of policy experts—led by Vice President and Davis Director James Jay Carafano—work in four “centers of excellence”: the Asian Studies Center, the Center for International Trade and Economics (CITE), the Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies, and the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom. The Institute also houses the Washington Roundtable for the Asia-Pacific Press. In addition to publishing over 300 policy-related products each year, the Davis Institute regularly convenes working groups on vital issues; holds policy-related lectures, debates, and roundtables—some 600 in 2009 alone; conducts timely briefings for Members of Congress, their staffs, the media, foreign governments, and civil society groups; and testify on Capitol Hill. Recent major projects include: the annual Index of Economic Freedom, a quantitative analysis and ranking of economic freedom in over 175 countries, published jointly with the Wall Street Journal; 33 Minutes: Protecting America in the New Missile Age, a high-definition documentary on the growing threat of ballistic missile attacks; chart books on the State of the U.S. Military and Key Asian Indicators; ConUNdrum: The Limits of the United Nations and the Search for Alternatives published by Rowman & Littlefield; Liberty’s Best Hope: American Leadership for the 21st Century; and Beyond Friendship: The Future of Anglo-American Relations.
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