Political Unrest in Pakistan, and More from CRS

09.08.14 | 1 min read | Text by Steven Aftergood

As Congress plumbs new depths of futility and irrelevance, analysts at the Congressional Research Service continue to churn out policy-relevant studies that are informative and free of partisan embellishment. How long can it be until they are punished?

The latest CRS products that Congress has withheld from online public access include the following.

Pakistan Political Unrest: In Brief, September 3, 2014

The “1033 Program,” Department of Defense Support to Law Enforcement, August 28, 2014

Special Immigrant Juveniles: In Brief, August 29, 2014

Unaccompanied Children from Central America: Foreign Policy Considerations, August 28, 2014

The Islamic State in Syria and Iraq: A Possible Threat to Jordan?, CRS Insights, August 28, 2014

The Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review (QDDR), August 27, 2014

U.S. Textile Manufacturing and the Trans-Pacific Partnership Negotiations, August 28, 2014

A Primer on the Reviewability of Agency Delay and Enforcement Discretion, September 4, 2014

Congressional Participation in Article III Courts: Standing to Sue, September 4, 2014

The Elder Justice Act: Background and Issues for Congress, September 3, 2014

Common Core State Standards and Assessments: Background and Issues, September 2, 2014

Designating Systemically Important Financial Institutions (SIFIs), CRS Insights, August 28, 2014

Social Security: What Would Happen If the Trust Funds Ran Out?, August 28, 2014

The National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP): Issues in Brief, August 27, 2014

“Dark Pools” In Equity Trading: Significance and Recent Developments, CRS Insights, August 27, 2014

Can Body Worn Cameras Serve as a Deterrent to Police Misconduct?, CRS Insights, August 28, 2014