Other Reports

Various reports from CFR, posted at the discretion of CFR's president and director of studies.

Ending Child Marriage

Author: Rachel B. Vogelstein

Ending child marriage is not only a moral imperative—it is a strategic imperative that will further critical U.S. foreign policy interests in development, prosperity, stability, and the rule of law.

See more in Women; Children

Renewing America

Renewing America

Resilient American Values

Authors: Andrew Kohut and Michael Dimock

Despite an extended period of economic difficulty, Pew pollsters Andrew Kohut and Michael Dimock show that Americans' core values and beliefs about economic opportunity remain largely optimistic and unchanged.

See more in United States; Economics; Polls and Opinion Analysis

Using Oil Taxes to Improve Fiscal Reform

Authors: Daniel P. Ahn and Michael A. Levi

Taxes on oil consumption have long been a legislative third rail, yet concerns about the national debt may soon change that political calculus. Daniel Ahn and Michael Levi demonstrate that energy taxes can reduce the national debt and improve economic performance, all while reducing U.S. oil consumption.

See more in United States; Oil; Tax Policy

Global Korea

Authors: Scott Bruce, John Hemmings, Balbina Y. Hwang, Terence Roehrig, and Scott A. Snyder

South Korea has emerged as a major contributor to international security, participating in a wide range of activities far from the Korean peninsula. CFR scholars outline several steps that will ensure that South Korea can sustain this broadened role.

See more in South Korea; Regional Security

The Trans-Pacific Partnership

CFR Senior Fellow Thomas J. Bollyky contributes to this volume the chapter "Regulatory Coherence in the TPP Talks."

See more in Trade

More with Less

Author: Thomas J. Bollyky

CFR Senior Fellow Thomas J. Bollyky discusses the rise of noncommunicable diseases in low- and middle-income countries, the United Nations' efforts to address this rapidly emerging health problem, and paths for collective action.

See more in Diseases, Noncommunicable; Global