Resource: Chinese Strategic Engagement with Assad’s Syria by Dan Hemenway, AFS Fellow December 21, 2018 Canada moved to extradite Meng Wanzhou, the top financial officer for China’s global tech giant Huawei, on December 1, 2018 to the United States. The arrest, while closely linked to the ongoing US-China trade dispute and Western fears of Huawei as
Watch: "Iran and Russia Ready to Fill Void Left by U.S. Withdrawal," says Jameson Cunningham December 19, 2018 Jameson Cunningham, AFS' Policy and Public Affairs Strategist, spoke with Fox News about who stands to gain when the U.S. leaves Syria. Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrlJDUDZ5WA
Watch: "Caesar Sanctions Needed to Pressure Assad and Backers," says AFS' Erica Hanichak on i24 News December 18, 2018 AFS Government Relations Director Erica Hanichak discusses Caesar sanctions slated to be considered by Congress this week, highlighting additional bad actors who would be eligible for sanctions if the bill passes. Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yj6-A2yE9-8&t=44s&list=PLxnSgwbAmItcGTb_UvmkuSRvurgOE_-tq&index=3.
Listen: "Caesar Sanctions Bill Needs Action by the Senate," Says AFS' Jameson Cunningham November 24, 2018 AFS Policy and Public Affairs Strategist Jameson Cunningham discusses the path forward for the Caesar Syria Civilian Protection Act (H.R. 1677) in Congress with NPR's Tim Mak. Listen to the piece here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=InEyzIad21A