Calls for lifting U.S. controls on energy exports are mounting as production nears a forty-five-year high. This Backgrounder examines the debate.
CFR: Michael Levi Impact of Oil Exports Is Exaggerated
Around the Web: EIA International Energy Outlook 2014
Around the Web: Brookings Opportunities from Lifting the Ban on Crude Oil Exports
None of the options for Hong Kong is likely very attractive to the Chinese leadership. All come with significant political and economic costs, writes CFR's Elizabeth C. Economy.
Around the Web: NYT Hong Kong People!
Around the Web: South China Morning Post Against My Fear, I See That You Hope
Around the Web: Economist A Tough Test for China's Leaders
It is time for the United States, Canada, and Mexico to take integration to the next level, coordinating more closely on energy, security, and trade policy, says Robert Zoellick, co-chair of a new CFR Independent Task Force Report.
Task Force Report North America: Time for a New Focus
Policy Innovation Memorandum The Case for Allowing U.S. Crude Oil Exports
Backgrounder NAFTA's Economic Impact
Ebola is rampaging through three West African states with weak governance and badly stressed health systems. A massive international effort is required to halt it, says CFRís John Campbell.
Around the Web: Laurie Garrett Obamacare May Save the U.S. From Ebola
Primary Source: World Health Organization Ebola Outbreak Response: Maps
Around the Web: Vox 13 Things You Need to Know About Ebola
Restoring confidence in Indiaís economy and attracting foreign investment will be the dominant themes on Modiís first U.S. visit, writes CFRís Alyssa Ayres.
Around the Web: Brookings Institute Modiís India: A View From Washington
Around the Web: Economist Time to Make in India?
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The biggest threat to U.S. security and prosperity comes not from abroad but from within, writes Haass in his provocative new book.
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