Noteworthy new publications from the Congressional Research Service include the following.
Defense Primer: Electronic Warfare, CRS In Focus, updated April 12, 2019
U.S. Military Electronic Warfare Research and Development: Recent Funding Projections, CRS Insight, April 15, 2019
The National Institutes of Health (NIH): Background and Congressional Issues, updated April 19, 2019
Selected Homeland Security Issues in the 116th Congress, April 23, 2019
Can the President Close the Border? Relevant Laws and Considerations, CRS Legal Sidebar, April 12, 2019
Central American Migration: Root Causes and U.S. Policy, CRS In Focus, March 27, 2019
Cooperative Security in the Middle East: History and Prospects, CRS In Focus, updated April 11, 2019
International Criminal Court: U.S. Response to Examination of Atrocity Crimes in Afghanistan, CRS Insight, updated April 16, 2019
Nuclear Cooperation: Part 810 Authorizations, CRS In Focus, April 18, 2019
U.S. War Costs, Casualties, and Personnel Levels Since 9/11, CRS In Focus, April 18, 2019
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