The EU's challenge to a fifteen-year-old digital privacy agreement is a fallout of the Snowden revelations and boosts the cause of surveillance reformers, writes CFR's Karen Kornbluh.
CFR Blog: Net Politics U.S. to Blame for Safe Harbor Decision
Around the Web: Financial Times The Truth About Prism
Around the Web: Guardian Privacy Groups Hail 'Freedom from Surveillance'
Daniel Gros and Sergio Carrera of the Center for European Policy Studies assess the EU's approach to the recent migrant and refugee crisis, arguing that profound changes are needed at the legal level and on the ground.
Op-Ed: Richard N. Haass Managing Europe’s Perfect Storm
Around the Web: New York Times The Case for Euro-Optimism
CFR Backgrounder Europe's Migration Crisis
An agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership after years of difficult negotiations should provide confidence that Washington can still achieve ambitious goals, writes CFR's Edward Alden.
CFR Backgrounder The Future of U.S. Trade Policy
CFR Blog: Alyssa Ayres Where’s India on the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
CFR Expert Brief: Laurie Garrett The Drug Tradeoffs in TPP Deal
Two UN speeches underscored how different the world looks from Moscow and Washington, and how inconsistent President Putin’s realpolitik is with President Obama’s dream of a rule-based international order, writes CFR’s Stewart Patrick.
Around the Web: Washington Post Transcript: Putin’s U.N. General Assembly Speech
Primary Sources UN General Assembly 2015: Select Speeches
CFR Blog: B. Jentleson and J. Karp The Rhetoric-Reality Gap on R2P
Washington and Beijing will not get what they want most from their summit, but beginning with climate change, there seems to be a genuine common interest in working together, writes CFR's Elizabeth C. Economy.
CFR Expert Roundup How to Improve U.S.-China Relations
CFR Blog Post: Robert Knake Quick Reactions to the U.S.-China Cybersecurity Agreement
CFR Timeline U.S. Relations With China (1949 - Present)
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