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August 14, 2018

United States
The Unconstrained Presidency: Checks and Balances Eroded Long Before Trump

This article was originally published in Foreign Affairs.  In the age of Donald Trump, it often feels as though one individual has the power to chart the United States’ course in the world all by …

June 18, 2018

Health
Pollution The Global Health Nexus on Climate Change and Pollution

Pollution kills nine million people each year and sickens many more, mostly in poorer nations. The global health effects of climate change are less well quantified, but also increasing with lower-inc…

June 1, 2018

Global
Play Antitrust Promoting Due Process in Global Antitrust Enforcement

Makan Delrahim discusses fresh thinking on ways to promote procedural convergence in global antitrust enforcement.

May 9, 2018

Religion
Play Religious Literacy in Global Affairs Religious Literacy in Global Affairs

Diane L. Moore, Farah Pandith, and Chris Seiple, with Linda K. Wertheimer moderating, discuss religious literacy in global affairs, as part of the 2018 CFR Religion and Foreign Policy Workshop.

May 3, 2018

Women and Economic Growth
Podcast Women work at Xuan Hoa furniture factory in Hanoi, Vietnam April 5, 2018. The Changing Landscape in Women’s Economic Empowerment

As women’s economic empowerment rises on the global agenda, the architecture to support this development imperative is shifting. Several leaders have recently launched innovative initiatives that aff…

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2018 Religion and Foreign Policy Workshop

CFR’s 2018 Religion and Foreign Policy Workshop featured high-level congregational and lay leaders, scholars of religion, and representatives of faith-based organizations from across the country for conversations on pressing global concerns with policymakers, CFR fellows, and other experts. 

September 12, 2017

Central Africa
Play The State of Security in Africa The State of Security in Africa

Panelists discuss the current state of security in eastern and central Africa.

August 14, 2017

Israel
BP08142017 Is Zionism "Creepy"? The Question at the Heart of a Social-Media Controversy Deserves an Answer

A Palestinian-American activist's 2012 tweet unleashes a firestorm. But Zionism, good or bad, is not that weird.

March 6, 2017

Budget, Debt, and Deficits
Puerto Rico’s Daunting Fiscal Math (My View)

An applied economics question: A country with no independent monetary policy, undergoing a ten-year slump that has reduced its real GDP on average by over a percentage point a year, needs to do a …

January 26, 2017

United States
Play RTX2TTHM_EC.jpg The Future of the U.S. Supreme Court

Experts provide their perspectives on the polarization of the U.S. Supreme Court, the role partisan politics has played in recent decisions, and the impact of the presidential election on the Court.