What are the U.S. defense priorities awaiting the incoming Trump administration? CFR’s Carla Anne Robbins, James M. Lindsay, and Robert McMahon discuss in this episode of The President’s Inbox podcast series.
Around the Web: Wall Street Journal Trump Picks Mattis for Defense Secretary
CFR Interactive Guide Transition 2016
Foreign Affairs: Fred Kaplan Rethinking Nuclear Policy
Italy’s vote on constitutional reforms will have consequences for the rescue of the country's ailing banking system as well as the broader economy of the European Union, says CFR's Robert Kahn.
CFR Event A Conversation With Matteo Renzi
Around the Web: Financial Times Italy's Banking System Needs Intensive Care
Around the Web: Bloomberg What Will Italy’s Referendum Mean for the Euro?
The UN and the African Union should establish a transitional administration to run South Sudan for several years, allowing the country a period to end the fighting and rebuild, says expert Katherine Almquist Knopf.
Council Special Report Ending South Sudan’s Civil War
CFR Interview: Alex de Waal Understanding the Roots of Conflict in South Sudan
CFR Interactive Sub-Saharan Security Tracker
To "reset" U.S. relations with Russia, the incoming Trump administration will need to bargain with two different Vladimir Putins: one confident and cagey; the other isolated and unsure, says CFR's Stephen Sestanovich.
Around the Web: Politico A Russia reset?
Op-Ed: Max Boot Putin Is Not Our Friend
CFR Event The State of U.S.-Russia Relations
The United States and Cuba are moving toward normalization of relations for the first time in more than fifty years. This Backgrounder looks at the complicated relationship and ongoing challenges.
CFR Interactive Timeline: U.S.-Cuba Relations
Foreign Affairs: Michael J. Bustamante Farewell, Fidel
Around the Web: Miami Herald Fidel Castro Is Dead
Adam Segal reveals the ways that governments use the web to wage war and spy on, coerce, and damage each other.
In a cogent analysis of why the United States is losing ground, Robert D. Blackwill and Jennifer M. Harris explore the statecraft of geoeconomics.
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As the United States prepares for a leadership change, explore this guide of President-Elect Trump’s foreign policy positions.
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