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September 12, 2000

Russia
Russian Nationalism Since 1856

Many scholars and analysts see Russian nationalism as a dangerous force, but is widespread concern about the malevolent effects of Russian nationalism—especially on foreign policy—justified? What is …

February 26, 2018

South Korea
Can South Korea Save Itself? Can South Korea Save Itself?

For much of its recent history, Korea has been caught in conflicts between powerful neighbors—an experience that provides sobering lessons for South Korean leaders grappling with their country’s vuln…

January 23, 2017

Cybersecurity
The Continued Importance of the U.S.-China Cyber Dialogue

During the second week of January, I was in Beijing for the tenth round of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and China Institute of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR…

August 24, 2015

Infrastructure
The so called "Great Wall of Louisiana", a 1.8-mile long concrete wall located east of downtown New Orleans, United States, is seen from the air August 19, 2015. This barrier was designed to reduce the risk of storm surge in many parts of the city that were flooded during Hurricane Katrina due to levee or floodwall failures (Carlos Barria/Reuters). Katrina at 10: Reflections on a Human-Made Disaster

The following is a guest post by Stephen E. Flynn, Professor of Political Science, Director of the Center for Resilience Studies, and Co-Director of the George J. Kostas Research Institute at Northea…

October 8, 2013

Regional Organizations
Indonesia's President Yudhoyono shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State Kerry during a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the APEC Summit in Nusa Dua Missing the Boat to Indonesia: Shortchanging a Strategic Partner

An unfortunate casualty of President Obama’s cancelled trip to Asia was the missed opportunity to cement stronger U.S. ties with Indonesia, the emerging giant of Southeast Asia. The bilateral relatio…

May 21, 2013

Europe
C. Peter McColough Series on International Economics: The EU-U.S. Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

Join Karel De Gucht as he discusses the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and what it means for EU-U.S. relations as well as world trade. The C. Peter McColough Series on International …

December 5, 2012

Gender
Diversifying Global Supply Chains

ISOBEL COLEMAN: Good afternoon. Good afternoon, everyone. Thank you for joining us here today. I'm Isobel Coleman. I'm a senior fellow here at the Council on Foreign Relations and director of the Ci…

March 12, 2012

United States
lindsay truman doctrine 20120312 TWE Remembers: The Truman Doctrine

If you ever take a course on the history of American foreign policy, you are bound to get tested on doctrines. The first president to lend his name to a foreign policy doctrine was James Monroe, thou…

September 30, 2011

Defense and Security
China jets Friday File: Where Do the GOP Candidates Stand on China’s Rise?

  Above the Fold. China’s rise presents perhaps the most significant challenge to American foreign policy over the next decade. Here’s one concern: China’s growing force of long-range precision mi…

February 14, 2011

China
Beware the Strategic Consequences of Slashing International Climate Assistance

The Obama administration budget request for FY2012 is out. The contrast with the House Republican alternative is stark. Nowhere is this more clear than in funding for international climate change act…