• Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
    Testimony of Elliott Abrams Before HFAC MENA Subcommittee
      Mr. Chairman and Members of the Subcommittee, Thank you for inviting me here today. As you know, there has been a serious rise in terrorist attacks this year in the West Bank. Why has …
  • Diplomacy and International Institutions
    David A. Morse Lecture With Ajay Banga
    On the eve of his first annual meeting, World Bank president Ajay Banga discusses the bank’s ambitious roadmap at a time it is being called to lead the world in addressing intertwined challenges of poverty alleviation, development, and climate change. The bank’s evolution aims to give the 78-year-old institution a rejuvenated mission and a new approach that focuses on impact, speed, simplicity, and accessibility. The David A. Morse Lecture was inaugurated in 1994 and supports an annual meeting with a distinguished speaker. It honors the memory of David A. Morse, an active Council on Foreign Relations member for nearly thirty years.
  • Colombia
    From Peril to Partnership
    Paul J. Angelo provides the first headlining case studies of Plan Colombia and the Mérida Initiative.

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    Many UN agencies, programs, and missions receive crucial funding from the United States. The Trump administration sharply reduced funding to some UN agencies, but President Biden has largely reversed those cuts.
  • Ukraine
    Home and Abroad Public Forum: U.S. Strategy and the War in Ukraine
    Panelists will discuss U.S. policy toward the Ukraine war, including what the requirements and goals for peace talks should be, as well as appropriate levels of military and economic aid. 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 here. To join, please use the Zoom details below: Zoom Meeting ID: 875 8938 4677 Zoom Password: 050423 Upon connecting, you will be prompted to enter your name and email address. Please include your full first and last name (you may have to override the default entry that Zoom populates). Should you have questions or trouble connecting, please email [email protected]. CFR’s Home and Abroad series explores issues at the nexus of U.S. domestic and foreign policy that affect America’s role in the world.