Fear and overreaction to the Ebola outbreak threaten to undermine effective responses to the pandemic, writes CFRís Yanzhong Huang.
Op-ed: Laurie Garrett Ebola Was Here
CFR Backgrounder The Ebola Virus
Around the Web: Ebola Deeply Ebola Files
The nuclear negotiations with Iran should continue, writes CFR President Richard N. Haass. Though any reachable deal will inevitably be imperfect, it should be judged against the potential alternatives of war or multiple nuclear-armed states in the Middle East.
Foreign Affairs Long View on Iran
Around the Web: NYT Nuclear Deal for U.S. and Iran Slips Away Again
CFR Interactive Iran Crisis Guide
It has been obvious for some time that the national-security team needed an overhaul to face the challenges posed by ISIS, Russia, and declining budgets but Chuck Hagelís departure is not going to fix the problems, writes CFR's Max Boot.
Around the Web: NYT Hagel Submits Resignation Under Pressure
Around the Web: New Yorker Hagel's Resignation Raises Questions About Obama's Judgment
Around the Web: FT Hagelís Exit Had its Roots in His Arrival
The case of forty-three missing students underscores a series of official abuses that threaten Mexicoís economic and global potential. The only way to quell the countryís rising unrest is to tackle corruption, writes CFRís Shannon OíNeil.
Around the Web: New Yorker The Protests for the Missing Forty-Three
Around the Web: Human Rights Watch Mexico: Delays, Cover-Up Mar Atrocities Response
Around the Web: New York Times Editorial Board Law and Order in Mexico
President Obamaís moves will affect millions of illegal immigrants, but any meaningful U.S. immigration reforms must still be carried out by congressional action, writes CFRís Edward Alden.
Primary Source: DHS Fixing Our Immigration System Through Executive Action
CFR Timeline U.S. Postwar Immigration Policy
Around the Web: LA Times For Many Under Threat of Deportation, Obama Offers Relief
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