The Council of Councils Sixth Annual Conference : Washington, DC
May 7-9, 2017
Amos Yadlin, Stewart Patrick, Abdulaziz Sager, and Philip Gordon discuss short-term goals for stabilizing Middle East. (Kaveh Sardari)
Steven Blockmans, Memduh Karakullukçu, Ettore Greco, and Robin Niblett discuss the future of the European Union. (Kaveh Sardari)
Carlos Ivan Simonsen Leal, Elizabeth Sidiropoulos, Chen Dongxiao, Richard Haass, and Missy Ryan discuss the Council of Councils Report Card. (Kaveh Sardari)
Andrés Rozental and Michael Froman discuss globalization and the future of world trade. (Kaveh Sardari)
Fernando Petrella, Bobo Lo, Volker Perthes, Chaesung Chun, and Leigh Morris Sloane discuss how to respond to North Korea's nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. (Kaveh Sardari)
Thomas Gomart, Stephanie MacLellan, Samir Saran, and Sergey Kulik discuss multilateral rules of the road in cyberspace. (Kaveh Sardari)
Daniel Gros, Rohinton Medhora, Sunjoy Joshi, and Bartosz Wiśniewski discuss rebuilding support for global trade. (Kaveh Sardari)
Participants at the Council of Councils Sixth Annual Conference. (Kaveh Sardari)
Mike Allen, Amy Walter, and Jim Lindsay discuss President Trump's first one hundred days. (Kaveh Sardari)
A participant reads the Council of Councils 2016 Report Card on International Cooperation. (Kaveh Sardari)
On May 7-9, 2017, CFR hosted the Council of Councils Sixth Annual Conference in Washington, DC.
Participants discussed five major themes:
- How Can Governments Rebuild Domestic Support for Global Trade?
- What Should Be the Multilateral Rules of the Road in Cyberspace—and How Can We Get There?
- How Should the World Respond When Countries Such as North Korea Develop Nuclear Weapons and Ballistic Missiles?
- Is the European Union Worth Saving? If so, What Should Be Done?
- What Are the Realistic Short-Term Goals for Stabilizing the Middle East—and How Can They Be Advanced?
On Tuesday, May 9, CFR also launched the third annual Council of Councils Report Card on International Cooperation.