A chance to go inside Council on Foreign Relations on-the-record meetings, in their entirety. Listen to world leaders and foreign policy experts discuss and debate the most pressing issues in international affairs.
Eurozone finance ministers meet in Luxembourg to negotiate a deal between Greece and its creditors before its International Monetary Fund debt repayment deadline at the end of June. Greece's membership in the eurozone hangs in the balance. CFR senior fellows Robert Kahn and Sebastian Mallaby will discuss the options the finance ministers might consider and their potential ramifications.
See more in Greece; Economics
Experts discuss the ongoing crisis in the Middle East and the state of violent extremism.
See more in Middle East and North Africa; Terrorism
Eboo Patel, founder and president of the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC), leads a conversation on the global interfaith movement’s efforts to achieve religious pluralism, as part of CFR's Religion and Foreign Policy Conference Call series.
See more in Middle East and North Africa; Religion
Experts discuss the Chinese economy and how President Xi Jinping's strategy might affect global markets.
See more in China; Economics
Nicola Sturgeon discusses the recent United Kingdom parliamentary elections and what's next for Scotland.
See more in United Kingdom; Politics and Strategy
Experts discuss the potential implications of varying growth rates in East Asian economies.
See more in Asia and Pacific; Economics
Roger W. Ferguson Jr. discusses retirement reform, the current retirement landscape, and the state of TIAA-CREF's business.
See more in Global; Economics
Short Description: Catherine Powell hosts a discussion with UN Women’s Nahla Valji on the landmark UN Security Council resolution recognizing the role of women in peace and security matters and the U.S. role in implementing it.
See more in Global; Women; Peace, Conflict, and Human Rights
Steven A. Cook, CFR Hasib J. Sabbagh Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies, breaks down Turkey's general election, in which the governing Justice and Development Party (AKP) lost its parliamentary majority.
See more in Turkey; Elections; Congresses, Parliaments, National Legislatures
Shaykh Abdallah bin Bayyah discusses religiously-motivated radicalization and the ways in which Muslim communities can mobilize to counter violent extremism.
See more in Global; Radicalization and Extremism; Religion
Experts discuss opportunities and challenges in the Middle East.
See more in Israel; Saudi Arabia; Development
Alan Cooperman of the Pew Research Center discusses changes in religious demographics in the United States and around the world.
See more in Global; Religion
Experts discuss what the future holds for Brazil.
See more in Brazil; Politics and Strategy
Experts discuss the future for free expression and creative independence in China.
See more in China; Human Rights
Dana Hyde discusses the Millenium Challenge Corporation's foreign assistance agenda, including its commitment to advancing development by prioritizing gender equality.
See more in United States; Foreign Aid
Experts discuss global efforts in countering violent extremism.
See more in Global; Religion
Experts discuss the moral and political dimensions of international climate negotiations.
See more in Global; Climate Change; Religion
Alyssa Ayres, CFR's senior fellow for India, Pakistan, and South Asia, discusses the international and domestic response to the recent earthquakes in Nepal, as part of CFR's Religion and Foreign Policy Conference Call series.
See more in Nepal; Disasters; Religion
Experts evaluate U.S. policy options in approaching the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
See more in Middle East and North Africa; Diplomacy and Statecraft
Eric Cantor discusses the challenges and opportunities facing U.S. global leadership, specifically U.S. foreign policy and its implications for the 2016 presidential election.
See more in United States; Politics and Strategy