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  • Global Memo

    Ending the War in Syria: An Israeli Perspective

    Ending the War in Syria: An Israeli Perspective
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    Global Perspectives: G20 Leaders Summit

    Global Perspectives: G20 Leaders Summit
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    A Union at Risk: The Future of the European Project

    A Union at Risk: The Future of the European Project
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    Impatient and Distracted: The United States and NATO Under Trump

    Impatient and Distracted: The United States and NATO Under Trump
  • Global Memo

    Europe Is at the Core of France’s Foreign Policy

    Europe Is at the Core of France’s Foreign Policy
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    Global Cyber Governance in 2017: Information Integrity

    Global Cyber Governance in 2017: Information Integrity

Events

The Council of Councils Tenth Regional Conference: Buenos Aires

Nov 5, 2017—Nov 7, 2017

On November 5–7, 2017, the Argentine Council for International Relations (CARI) and CFR will convene the tenth Council of Councils regional conference, "Latin America, the World Today, and the Future of Global Governance," in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The Council of Councils Ninth Regional Conference: Berlin

Oct 30, 2016—Nov 1, 2016

On October 30–November 1, 2016, the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) and CFR convened the ninth Council of Councils regional conference, "Regional Security in a Turbulent World," in Berlin, Germany.

Latest Member Publications

PISM Spotlight: Referendum in Catalonia

October 3, 2017 | Jolanta Szymanska and Przemysław Biskup, PISM

This provides a brief outline of the reasons Catalonia wants independence, why Spain does not want to recognize an independent Catalonia, and the potential role of the EU is in resolving the crisis.

How to Resolve the Korean Conundrum

September 18, 2017 | Dan Steinbock, SIIS

This argues that the only viable long term option on the increased tensions on the Korean peninsula is a peace agreement. Replacing the 1953 armistice with a bilateral agreement between North and South Korea would ensure long-term peace.