CSA Updated Mission Statement 2023

The cornerstones of American national security are: a strong, credible military; a vibrant economy; and American ingenuity vis-à-vis industry, trade, high-tech, and global relationships with allies. The America-Israel alliance embodies the archetype of a successful, long-lasting and ongoing bilateral partnership that has weathered an ever-evolving world. CSA was founded on the premise that American energy independence, through the production of liquid fuels, serves as the underpinning for U.S. security.

This energy independence, and the strategic alliance with Israel, strengthen America’s mutual security and global standing.

One of the organization’s main focuses is to educate the public about the importance of the common objective of decreasing United States reliance on imported oil from the Middle East. For decades, American foreign policy was forced to compromise and make concessions to foreign nations to fulfill its need for energy, which fueled the United States economy.

In 2019, thanks to the grit of American domestic producers, the United States achieved energy independence. This accomplishment made America the leading oil producer in the world, fortifying its national security and buttressing geo-political stability in the Middle East.

This tectonic shift has reshuffled the political landscape and sowed the seeds of peace in the region enabling old adversaries to become allies. In 2020, the United States brokered the Abraham Accords—promoting unprecedented normalization and multilateral ties between its closest ally, Israel, and neighboring Arab States including the United Arab Emirates, the Kingdom of Bahrain, Sudan, and the Kingdom of Morocco.

As America has successfully achieved energy independence, CSA is expanding its efforts to champion the ideals of the Abraham Accords and their critical impact on geopolitical security and synergizing global trade. CSA is advancing these partnerships and is committed to bringing multi-faceted awareness to complex and evolving challenges.

CSA has been working diligently to synergize trade and security through these newly formed alliances, increasing the potential for multilateral trade, investments, and shared security cooperation.