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The Academic Bulletin highlights upcoming CFR events for the academic community and the latest resources from CFR and Foreign Affairs for teaching and learning about U.S. foreign policy. Delivered monthly to your inbox, the Academic Bulletin provides an easy way to connect with CFR and access timely materials designed specifically for learning environments.

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Winter/Spring 2013 ACC Schedule

Dear Educator:

Happy New Year!

I write to invite you and your students to participate in our Winter/Spring 2013 Academic Conference Call series. These calls provide an opportunity for students...

Educators Bulletin: October 2012

Educators Bulletin: October 2012

On October 12, CFR and Foreign Affairs hosted the third annual Back-to-School Event at CFR's New York headquarters. The event, which included an introduction to CFR's online resources, the...

Educators Bulletin: September 2012

On Friday, October 12, from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., CFR and Foreign Affairs will hold a special event at its New York headquarters for college and university professors and students teaching and...

Educators Bulletin: August 2012

Educators Bulletin: August 2012

With transnational crime on the rise, CFR's newest Global Governance Monitor looks at the scope of the problem and critiques international efforts to address it. This multimedia resource, which...

Fall 2012 ACC Schedule

Dear Educator:

I hope you are enjoying your summer. I write to invite you and your students to participate in CFR's Fall 2012 Academic Conference Call series. These calls provide an opportunity...

Educators Bulletin June 2012

In Iran: The Nuclear Challenge, seven CFR experts discuss the tools and strategies for coping with one of the most significant foreign policy challenges the world currently faces. Edited by former...

Educators Bulletin: May 2012

Educators Bulletin: May 2012

In U.S.-Turkey Relations: A New Partnership, the bipartisan Task Force argues that Turkey is an increasingly influential regional and economic power, and calls for the United States and Turkey to...

Educators Bulletin: April 2012

Foreign Affairs publishes articles by today's leaders and thinkers that tackle the most pressing issues in international relations. In order to give tomorrow's leaders the opportunity to...

Educators Bulletin: March 2012

Join us for the annual CFR Academic Initiative event at the International Studies Association Convention in San Diego. The luncheon discussion "U.S.-China Relations and Domestic Politics" will...