President, Council on Foreign Relations
U.S. foreign policy; international security; globalization; Asia; Middle East
Dr. Richard Haass discusses U.S. options in Syria, the fallout from the Benghazi raid, and other global trouble spots.
A decade ago, when the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq began, the United States chose to immerse itself in the greater Middle East when it had little reason to dive in. But now that most Americans want little to do with the region, U.S. officials are finding it difficult to turn away.
In this New York Times article by David Sanger, Richard Haass says, "there's a sense that we've been playing roulette with our position, and this deal does nothing to stop that."
The November election had many consequences, but few may be as profound as its impact on the likelihood of immigration reform, says Richard N. Haass.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Dr. Richard Haass remarks that both candidates focused on the domestic underpinnings of U.S. foreign policy.
On the PBS NewsHour, Dr. Richard Haass discusses similarities in points made by the two candidates during the foreign policy debate.
Ahead of the final presidential debate, Dr. Richard Haass discusses his Politico op-ed, "Why a foreign policy debate is an anachronism," on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
Presidential candidates should not only be asked how they will deal with foreign policy challenges but also what they would do ensure the United States is positioned to meet them, says Richard N. Haass in this Politico op-ed.
Dr. Richard Haass talks about President Obama's speech at the UN General Assembly, anti-American protests throughout the Arab world, and the Obama administration's foreign policy, on the PBS NewsHour.
Dr. Richard Haass discusses the killing in Libya of four Americans including Ambassador Chris Stevens, as well as the ongoing anti-American protests throughout the Middle East, on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
On MSNBCS's Morning Joe, Dr. Richard Haass discusses counterterrorism efforts and the fight against Al-Qaeda over the the last eleven years.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Dr. Richard Haass discusses the potential fall of Assad, preparations that should be made ahead of the end of his regime, and, if necessary, the ramifications of intervention in Syria. He also comments on U.S. strategy for Afghanistan and American troops serving there, as well as Chinese politics and outlook for regime change.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Dr. Richard Haass talks about the ramifications of the Assad regime's potential use of chemical weapons.
Dr. Richard Haass appears on Charlie Rose discussing the recent violence in Syria.
Dr. Richard Haass discusses his USA Today op-ed on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
Dr. Richard Haass talks about partisanship and tax policy in Washington, on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
In this USA Today op-ed, Richard Haass and Klaus Kleinfeld argue, "If the United States is to remain economically competitive, it must do a better job educating its children."
Dr. Richard Haass discusses power struggles--between the military and Muslim Brotherhood--in Egypt on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
Dr. Richard Haass discusses political shifts in Egypt, the U.S. economy in relation to the presidential election race, and elections in Greece on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
Dr. Richard Haass explains that there is no potential for diplomacy in Syria and that international intervention is not feasible, on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
In light of the Chen GuangCheng arrival in the United States, Dr. Richard Haass discusses China's outlook on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Dr. Richard Haass comments on the Chicago summit of NATO leaders and their anticipated endorsement of a timetable for drawing down allied forces in Afghanistan.
Dr. Richard Haass discusses necessary restructuring of China's economy in light of imminent political change on CNBC's Squawk Box.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Dr. Richard Haass discusses options for dealing with the festering crisis in Syria.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Dr. Richard Haass argues that the time line for troop withdrawal from Afghanistan is insignificant given the greater mission of the war.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Dr. Richard Haass outlines three options for U.S. policy toward Iran.
Dr. Richard Haass discusses U.S. foreign policy in an interview with Digital Age's Jim Zirin.
On the PBS Newshour, Dr. Richard Haass speaks about the ramifications of international intervention in Syria.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Dr. Richard Haass discusses the implications of arming the Syrian opposition, as well as the Arab League's resolution against the Syrian regime and Iran's nuclear ambitions.
Dr. Richard Haass explains ramifications of the planned end of combat operations in Afghanistan in 2013, deadly soccer riots in Egypt, and a nuclear Iran on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
From the World Economic Forum in Davos, Dr. Richard Haass talks about the global economy and the eurozone crisis on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
Dr. Richard Haass previews the geopolitical landscape ahead of the 2012 World Economic Forum on CNBC's Closing Bell.
Dr. Richard Haass discusses Iran's nuclear advance and potential for political change on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
Dr. Richard Haass discusses the Obama administration's new defense strategy, which looks beyond the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and focuses on Asian security risks, on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
Dr. Richard Haass appears on ABC's This Week with Christiane Amanpour.
Dr. Richard Haass discusses the late North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Dr. Richard Haass analyzes the implications of Kim Jong-Il's death for the Korean Peninsula.
Dr. Richard Haass assess the ramifications of troop withdrawal from Iraq and the ongoing war in Afghanistan on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
Dr. Richard Haass explores how history may view President Obama and the United States for intervening in Libya on the PBS NewsHour.
Dr. Richard Haass discusses whether direct Israeli-Palestinian peace talks are a possibility on the PBS NewsHour.
The U.S. government is incurring debt at an unprecedented rate, say Roger Altman and Richard Haass in this Foreign Affairs article.
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