Gideon Rose

Editor, Foreign Affairs, and Peter G. Peterson Chair, Foreign Affairs

Contact Info:

Phone: +1.212.434.9629
E-mail: grose@cfr.org

Location:

New York, NY

Publications

Transcript

Foreign Affairs/Syria Deeply Media Call on Syria

Speakers: Richard W. Murphy, Richard K. Betts, Michael Weiss, and Gideon Rose

Foreign Affairs magazine and Syria Deeply held a media call with former U.S. ambassador to Syria Richard W. Murphy, Syria expert and NOW Lebanon columnist Michael Weiss, and CFR Adjunct Senior Fellow Richard K. Betts about the current crisis in Syria and the framework to remove and dismantle Syria's chemical weapons program.

See more in Middle East and North Africa; Defense and Security

Video

Iran and the Bomb: Hold or Hit?

Speakers: Matthew H. Kroenig and Trita Parsi
Presider: Gideon Rose

Matthew H. Kroenig and Trita Parsi debate whether an outside power should strike Iran to stop its nuclear program, as part of CFR's Third Annual Back-to-School Event.

Learn more about CFR's resources for the classroom at Educators Home.

See more in Iran

Audio

Iran and the Bomb: Hold or Hit?

Speakers: Matthew H. Kroenig and Trita Parsi
Presider: Gideon Rose

Matthew H. Kroenig and Trita Parsi debate whether an outside power should strike Iran to stop its nuclear program, as part of CFR's Third Annual Back-to-School Event.

Learn more about CFR's resources for the classroom at Educators Home.

See more in Iran

Transcript

A Conversation With Moncef Marzouki

Speaker: Mohamed Moncef Marzouki
Presider: Gideon Rose

Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki discusses the successes, difficulties and future challenges of the democratic revolution that has swept over his country in the last year and a half.

See more in Tunisia

Audio

Corporate Teleconference: Affordable Care Act

Speakers: Barry Friedman and Peter R. Orszag
Presider: Gideon Rose

Former Office of Management and Budget (OMB) director Peter Orszag and NYU Law School Professor Barry Friedman discuss the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), how it will impact the country's health-care system, and why the Supreme Court ruled as it did.

While serving as OMB director last year, Dr. Orszag, now at Citigroup, argued in Foreign Affairs magazine that the ACA would repair the nation's health-care system and improve the country's fiscal situation: "In the end, there is no credible path to reducing the long-term fiscal imbalance in the United States other than directly addressing high-cost cases in health care. The best bet, then, is to implement and improve the provider-value provisions in the health legislation, not abandon them."

See more in United States; Health Policy and Initiatives