In this issue:
Professor Shaun Casey of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC, uses the CFR-sponsored Independent Task Force Report on U.S. Immigration Policy in his course on Christian Ethics. “The Immigration Task Force report is the single best entrance document to these complex issues that I have been able to put in front of my graduate students. We are all buried with reports that we tend not to read, but this is one worth reading and using to teach if you are in an academic setting.”
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Selected Reading Lists
See what professors are recommending:
European Union, Kathleen McNamara, Georgetown University
Fascism, David Art, Tufts University
Nuclear Proliferation, Bradley Thayer, Baylor University
Academics and U.S. policymakers worked together to create the field of Soviet studies. Should the same be done today with Islamic fundamentalism? Read Brandeis University Professor David C. Engerman's Foreign Affairs article from the archives:
"Jihadology: How the Creation of Sovietology Should Guide the Study of Today's Threats."
Global Health Governance Monitor
A new multimedia interactive from CFR's program on International Institutions and Global Governance examines the current global health regime's strengths and weaknesses, and offers concrete ways to improve it.
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A Third Lebanon War
This CFR Center for Preventive Action Contingency Planning Memorandum assesses scenarios and warning signs of renewed Israel-Hezbollah conflict and recommends U.S. action to prevent a "Third Lebanon War."
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U.S. Policy Toward the Korean Peninsula
This CFR-sponsored Independent Task Force Report identifies three elements of an internationally coordinated response to the threat posed by North Korea: denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, regional cohesion, and China's cooperation and active engagement.
-->To access the CFR Crisis Guide on the Korean Peninsula, click here.
The Icarus Syndrome
In this new CFR book, Peter Beinart provides a history of three generations of American leaders on the eve of war and how each time, a president held the nation in the palm of his hand and a war conceived in arrogance brought untold tragedy.
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