The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has a longstanding commitment to making the foreign policy community in the United States more representative of American society as a whole.
CFR has two central locations: the landmarked Harold Pratt House in the heart of Manhattan and on F Street in our nation’s capital.
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has been the leading independent foreign policy organization in the United States since its founding in 1921. With offices in New York and Washington, DC, an integral part of the organization's mission is to serve as a resource to all those who seek to better understand the world and the foreign policy challenges facing the United States and other countries.
December 7, 2016Conflict Prevention
State fragility poses a significant threat to international security, contributing to conflict onset and relapse, the global refugee crisis, the expansion of extremist groups, and public health emerg…
May 20, 2016Elections and Voting
A Gallup poll out this week found that the economy remains the country’s top concern. Eighteen percent of Americans flag the “economy in general” as the most important problem facing the nation, whil…
In 2012 the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) launched the Diversity Initiative in Foreign Policy. The initiative complements CFR's other, longstanding efforts to encourage members of underrepre…
January 31, 2011Global
Experts review case studies that frame the complexities of the food and drug supply chains and the policies which need to be addressed in order to protect consumers from fraud and food outbreaks. Th…