New and updated publications from the Congressional Research Service, some but not all of which are now published at crsreports.congress.gov, include the following.
National Emergency Powers, updated February 27, 2019
Department of Defense Use of Other Transaction Authority: Background, Analysis, and Issues for Congress, updated February 22, 2019
Defense Primer: Electronic Warfare, CRS In Focus, February 26, 2019
U.S. Foreign Assistance, CRS In Focus, updated February 25, 2019
NAFTA Renegotiation and the Proposed United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), updated February 26, 2019
Immigration: U.S. Asylum Policy, February 19, 2019
Uyghurs in China, CRS In Focus, updated February 15, 2019
Firearms Background Checks Under H.R. 8 and H.R. 1112, CRS In Focus, updated February 22, 2019
Arms Sales: Congressional Review Process, updated February 25, 2019
Federal Records: Types and Treatments, CRS In Focus, February 26, 2019
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