In today's Daily Brief: Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigned Monday in what is seen as a move to pave the way for renewed negotiations between Greece and its international creditors after Greeks rejected EU austerity measures Sunday.
CFR Blog: Robert Kahn Currencies Are Easy, Policies Are Hard
Around the Web: New York Times Greece: How to Undo the Damage
CFR Interactive Timeline: Greece's Debt Crisis
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Massive financial gains from a deal on Iran's nuclear program would enable the Islamic Republic’s imperial surge while allowing a repressive regime to consolidate power, writes CFR's Ray Takeyh.
Op-Ed: Philip Gordon The Iran Endgame
CFR Backgrounder International Sanctions on Iran
CFR Issue Guide Iran Nuclear Talks Reading List
Governments' resistance to dialogue with groups such as the self-proclaimed Islamic State prolongs conflicts and causes needless deaths, says expert Jonathan Powell.
Around the Web: Noah Feldman New Hostage Policy Walks a Fine Line
Foreign Affairs: Audrey Kurth Cronin Why Counterterrorism Won’t Stop the Islamic State
Foreign Affairs: Dobbins and Malkasian How to Talk to the Taliban
An independent commission should be created to evaluate and adjust the U.S. response to the 9/11 attacks, which has grown ineffective after nearly fourteen years, writes CFR's Micah Zenko.
Around the Web: New America World of Military Drones
Council Special Report Reforming U.S. Drone Strike Policies
CFR Backgrounder Targeted Killings
A recent avian flu outbreak in the United States has forced agriculture officials to destroy tens of millions of birds and has cost hundreds of millions of dollars. This Backgrounder looks at public health and food safety concerns.
Around the Web: Centers for Disease Control Bird Infections With Highly-Pathogenic Avian Influenza
CFR Expert Brief The Year of the Flu
Around the Web: New Yorker Why Aren’t We More Scared of the Bird Flu?
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