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Technology on the Menu: Food of the Future

Speakers: Andras Forgacs, Robert Leclerc, and Mark Rosegrant
Presider: Carol C. Adelman

Watch this meeting live on Monday, November 3, 2014, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. (ET).

Experts discuss emerging technologies, such as 3D printed meat and precision farming, that are affecting food security and agricultural sustainability in both the developing and developed world.

See more in Global; Food Security; Technology and Science

Op-Ed

Now for the Reforms

Author: Valerie Wirtschafter
Huffington Post

Valerie Wirtschafter reflects on the road ahead for Brazil, following a contested campaign where change was an empty buzzword used by both candidates. With Dilma Rousseff back in office for a second term, one thing is certain: she will now have to make a visible effort to deliver on her promises for reform.

See more in Brazil; Politics and Strategy

Audio

Responding to the Ebola Crisis

Speaker: Michael T. Osterholm

Michael T. Osterholm, director of the University of Minnesota's Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, discusses the Ebola crisis and pandemic preparedness in light of the recent cases in the United States, as part of CFR's State and Local Officials Conference Call series.

See more in United States; Africa (sub-Saharan); Diseases, Infectious

Op-Ed

The Era of Disorder

Author: Richard N. Haass
Project Syndicate

In Project Syndicate, Richard Haass writes: "Historical eras are difficult to recognize before they end. The Renaissance became the Renaissance only in retrospect; the same can be said for the Dark Ages that preceded it and any number of other eras. The reason is simple: It is impossible to know if some promising or troubling development stands alone or represents the start of a lasting trend."

See more in Global; Global Governance