A look at previous distribution efforts underscores the challenges the world will face getting a COVID-19 vaccine to everyone who needs it.
The search to find a vaccine for the new coronavirus is well underway. Governments and researchers are aiming to provide billions of people with immunity in eighteen months or less, which would be unprecedented.
How is a vaccine developed? Can a vaccine end the COVID-19 pandemic? Senior Fellow Tom Bollyky answers pressing questions about the search for a coronavirus vaccine.
Exit polls indicate socialist candidate Luis Arce will become Bolivia’s next president. The peaceful vote signaled an end to a year of electoral uncertainty, but the victor will now confront social upheaval and economic hardship intensified by the coronavirus pandemic.
The experiences of dozens of countries offer lessons for U.S. officials as they prepare for the presidential election during the coronavirus pandemic.
Women's Political Leadership
Peace negotiators often overlook a proven strategy to reduce conflict and advance stability: include women.
Panelists discuss U.S. democracy, including current challenges, possible reforms, and lessons learned from other democracies.
Please join Secretary Albright and Dr. Haass for the final forum discussion in CFR’s Election 2020 series on the foreign policy challenges awaiting the winner of the 2020 presidential election. This virtual meeting is open to all. We hope you will encourage your colleagues and friends to join the discussion. Please direct your network to sign up on the Eventbrite page here. **Log-in information and instructions on how to participate during the question-and-answer portion will be provided the morning of Monday, October 26, to those who register. Please note the video and transcript of this virtual meeting will be posted on the CFR website.**
Steven A. Cook discusses Turkish politics. How did Turkey go from promising EU candidate to a model of authoritarian populism? What is next as Turks look forward to general elections in 2023? The CFR Master Class Series is a biweekly 45-minute session in which a CFR fellow will take a step back from the news and discuss the fundamentals essential to understanding a given country, region of the world, or issue pertaining to U.S. foreign policy or international relations.
Speakers discuss the intersection of technology, defense, and ethics, and the geopolitical competition for the future of innovation. The Malcolm and Carolyn Wiener Annual Lecture on Science and Technology addresses issues at the intersection of science, technology, and foreign policy. It has been endowed in perpetuity through a gift from CFR members Malcolm and Carolyn Wiener.
CFR Senior Fellow Yanzhong Huang discusses how China’s environmental crisis is undermining public health and becoming an Achilles heel in its reemergence as a global power.
The definitive account of how regime change in the Middle East has proven so tempting to American policymakers for decades—and why it always seems to go wrong.
Charles A. Kupchan mines the nation’s past to uncover the ideological and political roots of ongoing changes in U.S. foreign policy, including the sources of Donald J. Trump's “America First” doctrine.