CFR’s sixth Conference on Diversity in International Affairs examined how best to increase ethnic, racial, gender, socioeconomic, and intellectual diversity within the foreign policy establishment. The conference took on a new urgency against the backdrop of the Trump administration and its policies, and provided fresh insights into the pragmatic benefits that greater diversity can bring.
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.
CFR’s 2018 College and University Educators Workshop featured expert briefings and discussion groups on best practices for teaching international affairs. Points of inquiry included North Korea, the proliferation of fake news, and global governance.
April 27, 2018United States
This is the keynote session of the 2018 Conference on Diversity in International Affairs, a collaborative effort by the Council on Foreign Relations, the Global Access Pipeline, and the International…
February 23, 2018Economics
President of the World Bank Group Jim Yong Kim discusses strategies for promoting sustainable, inclusive economic growth, including the Bank Group’s newest initiative, the Human Capital Project, and …
December 1, 2016China
Joan Kaufman is the director for academics at Schwarzman Scholars. I have been closely watching China’s population policy for about forty years and arrived in China for my first work stint (with th…