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November 22, 2023

Israel Seeing Military Progress Against Hamas Amid Mounting Civilian Toll

Israel’s forces have moved to control the northern Gaza Strip but face challenges in tracking Hamas fighters into tunnels. Meanwhile, the costs for Palestinian civilians are intensifying pressure on …

July 25, 2023

United States
A Conversation With Representative Adam Schiff

Representative Adam Schiff discusses Russia’s war in Ukraine, U.S.-China relations, the proliferation of artificial intelligence technologies, and emerging threats to the democratic process, includin…

Play Representative Adam Schiff addresses Capitol Hill reporters.

May 16, 2023

United States
A Conversation With Adam Smith

U.S. Representative Adam Smith discusses the future of U.S. defense priorities, including continued support for Ukraine from the United States and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).


November 14, 2023

Foreign Affairs November/December Issue Launch: Who Killed the Chinese Economy?

Foreign Affairs Executive Editor Justin Vogt and authors Zongyuan Zoe Liu, Michael Pettis, and Adam S. Posen launch the November/December 2023 issue of Foreign Affairs and discuss the Chinese economy…

Play A bank employee counts Chinese Yuan.

June 6, 2023

Tensions Mount in Senegal

Echoes of the past in Senegal as growing uncertainty over a potential third term for President Sall triggers protests and unrest.   

A protester holds up a sign reading "no to third term" while attending a demonstration against the possible third term ambition of President Macky Sall, in Dakar, Senegal.

July 25, 2023

Amid Mounting Youth Unemployment Woes, Beijing Looks Towards Vocational Education

Facing increasing fears of youth unemployment, Beijing is raising the status of vocational programs and steering students towards technical education programs. 

Job seekers crowd around a booth at a job fair in Beijing, China.