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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.

November 6, 2017

Conflict Prevention
Podcast Demonstrators storm Macedonia parliament Preventing the Unraveling of the Balkans Peace Agreements

Tensions are rising in the Balkans and the risk of renewed violence is growing, but the United States can help preserve peace and stability in the region. As part of the Center for Preventive Action’…

March 11, 2011

Immigration and Migration
Immigration Reform and U.S. Economic Performance

As the United States works to rebound from the economic downturn and improve global competitiveness, the debate over immigration reform intensifies. Six experts weigh in on how to reform the U.S. imm…

October 20, 2017

Myanmar
Play Rohingya The Rohingya Crisis in Myanmar

Eric Schwartz recounts his recent visit to Bangladesh and discusses what humanitarian organizations and international governments can do to address this crisis. 

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September 29, 2016

Global
Ready or Not: Medical Countermeasures for Pandemics

Steve Davis, president and CEO of PATH, and Richard Hatchett, acting director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) discuss spurring the development and delivery of me…

January 22, 2016

Turkey
WR01222016 Winter Storm Reading

Snow- and Middle East–themed reading for this weekend's winter storm.

August 12, 2014

International Organizations
Fossil_Fuel_Subsidies_08122014 New Paths to Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform?

Fossil fuel subsidies are an economic, environmental, and security scourge. Used mostly in developing countries and often defended as pro-poor, they are typically ineffective at combatting poverty, w…

April 30, 2014

United States
U.S. President Barack Obama pauses next to Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at a joint news conference in the Akasaka Palace in Tokyo April 24, 2014. Abe said on Thursday that he will continue to explain his visit to the controversial Yasukuni Shrine for war dead to gain understanding from neighbouring Asian countries. REUTERS/Larry Downing (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS) Missing in Asia: The Pivotal Person in Obama’s Pivot

It is tough to get a fix on what is wrong with President Obama’s Asia pivot. On the face of it, it is the perfect policy at the perfect time: it serves America’s economic interests by pushing a high-…

June 12, 2014

United States
State Drug Laws and U.S. Foreign Policy

Experts discuss trends in U.S. drug policies and their implications for foreign policy.