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A Conversation With Dan Schulman

Speaker: Dan Schulman
Presider: Richard N. Haass
Introductory Remarks: Blair Effron

Dan Schulman discusses how globalization defines today's consumer and the value of public-private partnerships and how they accelerate innovation. He will also address responsible leadership, and how businesses can drive lasting economic and socioeconomic impact.

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Driverless Cars and the Future of Transportation

Speaker: Hans-Werner Kaas
Speaker: Karlyn D. Stanley
Speaker: Jack Weast
Presider: Daniel Runde

Experts discuss innovations in driverless cars, the costs and benefits of autonomous vehicles, and the regulatory, ethical, and policy concerns that need to be addressed with the implementation of the technology.

See more in Global; Innovation; Entrepreneurship

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A Look Inside Mexico

Speaker: Randal C. Archibold
Speaker: Shannon K. O'Neil
Speaker: Arturo Sarukhan
Presider: Jose W. Fernandez

Experts delve into the domestic politics of Mexico, analyzing the impact of corruption, the drug war, and Mexico’s bilateral strategy with the United States following disagreements over immigration, border walls, and the North American Free Trade Agreement.

See more in Mexico; Economics; Politics and Strategy

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Libya: A Fractured State

Speaker: Lisa Anderson
Speaker: Christopher S. Chivvis
Speaker: Dirk Vandewalle
Presider: Carol A. Giacomo

Experts examine the challenges Libya faces in regaining stability—from its ongoing civil war to the increasing danger of the Islamic State—and discuss the repercussions of foreign intervention in failing states.

See more in Libya; Peace, Conflict, and Human Rights

Podcast

Famine and Humanitarian Aid

Andrew Natsios, former Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development, joins CFR's James M. Lindsay and Robert McMahon in examining the U.S. role in mitigating famine and humanitarian crises abroad.

See more in Global; Food Security; Foreign Aid

Op-Ed

We’re About to Find Out Exactly How Populist Britain Really Is

Author: Sebastian Mallaby
Washington Post

Britain’s Theresa May is in many ways the anti-Trump. Though her Brexit mandate carries the same populist message, she has tamed it with evasive statements. As the moment of reckoning for Britain’s relationship with the EU approaches, however, the inevitable tradeoffs associated with her agenda will be harder to anesthetize.

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Op-Ed

The Russia Scandal Has Reached the Trump Family

Author: Max Boot
ForeignPolicy.com

These have been a choice few days for aficionados of scandal. Washington hasn’t seen their like since the heyday of Whitewater, Iran-contra, and Watergate—in other words for nearly two decades. And in many ways “Kremlin-gate,” the burgeoning scandal over Team Trump’s connections to Russia, is in a class by itself.

See more in Russian Federation; United States; Presidents and Chiefs of State