Statements


PSA regularly chooses critical issues at the forefront of national security and foreign policy to address in high-level bipartisan statements. These statements, signed by top national leaders from both sides of the aisle, help create the bipartisan ‘safe space’ for building consensus among Democrats and Republicans. 


Statement of Bipartisan Principles
August 3, 2005

Addressing the Terrorist Threat
September 7, 2005

Treatment of Prisoners
November 7, 2005

State of the Union: America Still
Dangerously Vulnerable

January 26, 2006

U.S. Dues and UN Reform
June 23, 2006

Darfur Action Now
October 11, 2006

Energy Independence
June 20, 2007

Uniform Interrogation Standards
February 11, 2008

WMD Report Card
September 10, 2008

Renewing the U.S.-UN Relationship
November 20, 2008

U.S. and Russia: A Window of Opportunity
February 26, 2009

Our Best Weapon Against Nuclear Proliferation
May 4, 2009

Climate Change Threatens All Americans
September 8, 2009

Science Diplomacy is Crucial to U.S. Foreign Policy
February 19, 2010

Transparency = Security
June 24, 2010

The Right Move for U.S.?
October 4, 2011

The Cost of Inaction...
February 25, 2013