CFR's Mark P. Lagon discusses with students the problem of human trafficking in the world and what the United States can do to deter it.
Academic Conference Calls
CFR's Academic Conference Call series provides students the opportunity to interact with a CFR fellow, Foreign Affairs author, or another expert in an hour long teleconferenced discussion. Calls take place every other week during each semester and are dedicated to different topics related to international affairs and U.S. foreign policy. Background readings are distributed prior to each call, and the audio recording is posted afterward below.
CFR's Steven A. Cook discusses his book The Struggle for Egypt: From Nasser to Tahrir Square with students.
David Kaye, executive director of the international human rights program and director of the international justice clinic at the UCLA School of Law, discusses his Council Special Report, Justice Beyond the Hague, with students.
CFR's Robert Danin examines the fragile relationship between Israel and Palestine in light of the ongoing discussions taking place at the United Nations General Assembly meetings.
CFR's Stuart A. Levey discusses what the United States has learned in the ten years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks with students.
Dan Caldwell, distinguished professor of political science at Pepperdine University, discusses the findings of his book Vortex of Conflict: U.S. Policy Toward Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iraq with students.
CFR's Stewart M. Patrick discussed the findings of his recent Council Special Report "UN Security Council Enlargement and U.S. Interests," coauthored with Kara C. McDonald, with students, as part of CFR's Academic Conference Call series.
Learn more about CFR's Academic Initiative.