April 20, 2018Media
Kelly M. Greenhill, Joan Donovan, and Benjamin T. Decker assess the challenges of disinformation and media literacy, and its role in U.S. democracy, with Richard Stengel, as part of the 2018 CFR College and University Educators Workshop.
February 6, 2017United States
Corrupting the media, spreading chaos, and subverting the rule of law—it's what authoritarian regimes do best.
June 14, 2012Trade
In a new paper published by the Brookings Institution’s Hamilton Project, CFR Senior Fellow Michael A. Levi assesses the costs and benefits of natural gas exports, and recommends allowing exports wit…
May 11, 2012Trade
The U.S. Department of Education’s 2011 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) found that two-thirds of U.S. students are not proficient in science (EducationWeek). Only 2 percent of stud…
June 13, 2012Trade
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon will testify before the Senate’s banking committee today on his firm’s recent unexpected trading losses (TheHill). In his prepared remarks, Dimon will be apologetic, bu…
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