Sustained diplomacy led to the Iran nuclear deal, but it’s too soon to expect broader discussions between Tehran and Washington, says expert James Dobbins.
Op-Ed: Richard N. Haass Iran Nuclear Deal: Yes, But...
Around the Web: Tarek Osman Iran's Post-Deal Dilemma
Around the Web: New Yorker 'Death to America!' and the Iran Deal
Nations of the world need a more robust multilateral mechanism to develop and promote standards for the processing of migrants and refugees, write CFR's Stewart Patrick and Theresa Lou.
CFR Backgrounder Europe's Migration Crisis
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Around the Web: NYT Magazine Desperate Crossing
President Xi Jinping is committed to an overhaul of the military that China hopes will be capable of the same networked warfare practiced by the U.S. and its allies, writes CFR's Lauren Dickey.
Around the Web: Financial Times China’s Parade Sends Clear Message
Around the Web: LA Times China's Military: How Strong Is the People's Liberation Army?
Around the Web: New York Times Military Parade Offers Chance to Burnish Image
Russia assumes the rotating presidency of the UN Security Council amid heightened global challenges and big power strains. This Backgrounder examines the Council’s history and structure.
Around the Web: Russia Today Russia Takes Over UNSC Presidency for Month of ‘Intensive’ Work
Around the Web: Security Council Report September Forecast
Council Special Report UN Security Council Enlargement and U.S. Interests
China’s market upheaval is rooted in its leaders' struggle to manage a transition toward a less state-controlled economy and the outcome remains uncertain, writes CFR’s Robert Kahn.
CFR Media Call The Global Fallout of China's Market Volatility
Around the Web: Economist The Great Fall of China
Around the Web: FT China Turmoil Divides Fed Over Inflation
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