The problem of sexual violence against women in Germany predates the migration crisis and requires a larger systemic response, says CFR's Rachel Vogelstein.
Around the Web: Der Spiegel An Interview With Cologne's Mayor
Around the Web: Economist Migrant Men, European Women
Backgrounder Europe's Migration Crisis
An attempt by a U.S.-led military coalition to protect civilians in parts of Syria is unlikely to work and would draw outside powers deeper into the conflict, writes CFR's Micah Zenko.
Around the Web: Washington Post The Case for Creating a Safe Zone in Syria
CFR Blog: Defense in Depth How No-Fly Zones Work
Campaign 2016 The Candidates on the Islamic State
Twelve nations have signed onto the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but a controversial provision on tobacco could complicate approval in the U.S. Congress, writes CFR's Thomas Bollyky in this expert brief.
CFR Op-Ed: Edward Alden TPP's Big Ambition Could Be Its Undoing
Around the Web: Financial Times Pharma Groups Lead Attacks On TPP
Around the Web: New York Times Economists Sharply Split Over Trade Deal Effects
U.S. leadership in the world flows from its economic strength, but its aging transportation infrastructure, high debt levels, and struggling education system present challenges, write CFR's Edward Alden and Rebecca Strauss in a new book.
Foreign Affairs: Edward Alden and Rebecca Strauss Is America Great?
Around the Web: World Economic Forum The Global Competitiveness Report 2015
Ted Cruz captured the GOP competition for delegates in Iowa and Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were in a virtual draw. Compare their views on the major foreign policy issues.
Around the Web: New York Times Hope for Candidates Who Lagged in Iowa
CFR Blog: James M. Lindsay The White Whale of American Politics
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