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What To Do About Syria

Please join our panelists as they discuss U.S. policy toward Syria and the situation on the ground there. This is part of CFR's "What to Do About…" series. Each will highlight a specific issue and feature experts who will put forward competing analyses and policy prescriptions in a mock high-level U.S. government meeting.

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Immigration: Policy and Politics

As the midterm elections near, the likelihood of federal policy changes in the immigration realm narrows. Please join Charlie Cook and Ray Suarez to discuss perspectives on immigration reform in the halls of Congress and across the broader U.S. body politic.

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Corporate Meeting ⁄ Washington

The North Korean Nuclear Threat: Evaluating Its Twenty-Year Evolution

In the two decades since North Korea announced its intention to withdraw from the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and the crisis that followed, North Korea's provocations have continued to escalate tensions. Please join Stephen Bosworth and Han Sung-Joo to discuss the progression of the North Korean nuclear threat over the past two decades including their experiences during negotiations for the 1994 Agreed Framework.

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Corporate Meeting ⁄ Washington

Corporate Executives Roundtable: "The Environment for Infrastructure Investment in China"

Infrastructure development has been an important part of China's overall economic growth, from the expansion in coastal cities to the 2010 grand strategy focused on developing the western regions to the interior provinces rich in natural resources but needing transport links. As much as there is Chinese infrastructure expertise to share, there are also barriers to investment, including regulatory concerns, political pressures, and legal and labor considerations. Join Heidi Crebo-Rediker and Jeff Layman in discussing the financial and economic environment for infrastructure investment in China.

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Corporate Meeting ⁄ New York

Emerging Technology Series: Bitcoin--Currency, Commodity or Con?

Please join our panelists as they discuss the emerging technology bitcoin, its viability as a currency alternative, and its implications for U.S. domestic and foreign policy.

The Emerging Technology series explores the science behind innovative new technologies and the effects they will have on U.S. foreign policy, international relations, and the global economy.

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Corporate Meeting ⁄ New York

Renewing America Series: A Conversation with Tom Vilsack

Please join Secretary Vilsack as he discusses the implementation of the Agricultural Act of 2014 (Farm Bill), food security, and immigration reform.

The Renewing America series examines how policies at home directly influence the economic and military strength of the United States and its ability to act in the world.

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Corporate Meeting ⁄ New York

Foreign Affairs Live: Brazil Outlook with Michel Temer

Please join Vice President Michel Temer as he discusses the institutional and political framework of Brazil.

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Corporate Teleconference: The Emerging Arctic

Climate change, technological advances, and a growing demand for natural resources are driving a new era of development in the Arctic region. Many experts assert that Arctic summers could be free of sea ice in a matter of decades, opening the region up to hundreds of billions of dollars in investment, most notably in energy production and shipping. Please join Scott Borgerson, Lawson Brigham, and Captain Cashin as they examine the economic opportunities emerging in the Arctic and related topics covered in CFR's new interactive guide, "The Emerging Arctic."

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Corporate Meeting ⁄ Washington

A Conversation with World Bank President Jim Yong Kim (DC)

Please join us for the fourteenth installment of the David A. Morse Memorial lecture series with World Bank President, Jim Yong Kim. Dr. Kim will discuss the current challenges and priorities for the World Bank in addressing global economic inequality as well as their efforts to invest in effective infrastructure, including data systems, and to build a social movement to empower those facing poverty.


The David A. Morse lecture series honors the memory of lawyer, public servant, and internationalist David A. Morse, an active Council member for nearly thirty years.

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Corporate Meeting ⁄ New York

Arthur C. Helton Memorial Lecture with Samantha Power

The Arthur C. Helton Memorial Lecture was established to honor the memory of Arthur C. Helton, who was director of peace and conflict studies and senior fellow for refugee studies and preventive action at the Council on Foreign Relations. The lecture addresses pressing human rights issues and humanitarian concerns.

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DC Town Hall Meeting on Russia and Ukraine

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Corporate Meeting ⁄ New York

NY Town Hall Meeting on Russia and Ukraine

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Corporate Meeting ⁄ New York

A Conversation with Evgeni Kiselev

Please join Evgeni Kiselev as he discusses the crisis in Ukraine and provides analysis on the Crimea referendum.

For information on the crisis in Ukraine, please visit CFR's backgrounder.

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Corporate Meeting ⁄ Washington

Reviewing the Asia "Rebalance"

Please join Kurt Campbell and David Lampton to discuss U.S. policy in the two years since the Obama administration's announcement of its plans to "pivot" toward the Asia-Pacific.

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Corporate Meeting ⁄ New York

The Strategic Consequences of the U.S. Energy Boom

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Renewing America Series: Can Cities Save America?

Please join our panelists as they discuss the political and economic successes U.S. cities have achieved outside of the gridlock of Washington, DC, and how urban areas have become an ideal environment for innovation and development.

The Renewing America Series examines how policies at home will directly influence the economic and military strength of the United States and its ability to act in the world.

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Corporate Meeting ⁄ Washington

Foreign Affairs Live: The New Emerging Markets

Please join Steven A. Cook, Marcus Noland, and Mitchell Orenstein for a discussion about the new emerging markets of Poland, South Korea, and Turkey.


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Corporate Meeting ⁄ New York

CFR Fellows' Book Launch Series--By All Means Necessary: How China's Resource Quest is Changing the World

CFR Fellows Liz Economy and Michael Levi will discuss their book: By All Means Necessary: How China's Resource Quest is Changing the World.

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Corporate Teleconference: U.S. Policy in the Afghanistan-Pakistan Region

Please join CFR fellows Patrick Mahaney and Daniel Markey for a discussion on the future of the U.S. presence in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region. The conversation will focus on the shape of the U.S. presence in Afghanistan beyond 2014 and negotiations surrounding the new joint security deal, continued U.S. tensions with President Hamid Karzai, implications for Pakistan, the ability of the United States to maintain a security presence in the region, and other issues.

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