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January 31, 2011

Global
Food and Drugs: Can Safety Be Ensured in a Time of Increased Globalization?

Session OneThe Scale of the Challenge: Overview and Case StudiesWelcoming Remarks: Richard N. Haass, President, Council on Foreign RelationsOpening Remarks: Margaret Hamburg, Commissioner, U.S. Food …

January 31, 2011

Global
Food and Drug Safety: Potential Solutions

Experts explore solutions for food and drug safety including stronger sanctions against organized crime, increased surveillance and monitoring of facilities, and better inter-country communication. …

January 31, 2011

Global
Potential Solutions

LAURIE GARRETT: I'd like to encourage people to please take your seats. Perhaps someone at the back there could let people who are still noshing know that it is time to cease the noshing and come …

January 31, 2011

Global
Food and Drug Safety: Policy Challenges in a Globalized Era

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…

January 31, 2011

Global
Policy Challenges in a Globalized Era

(Mr. Barbano's remarks are provided through interpreter.) SUSAN DENTZER: Good morning. I'm Susan Dentzer from Health Affairs. I have the honor to be moderating our next panel -- our first panel,…

Present

Diversity Initiative in Foreign Policy

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, 2006

United States
Two Deficits, Fed Turnover

Two decades ago, the United States was the world’s largest creditor; now it’s the world’s largest debtor. As Ben Bernanke assumes the post of Federal Reserve chairman, succeeding Alan Greenspan, opin…

May 20, 2016

Elections and Voting
Campaign 2016 Friday Foreign Policy Roundup: It’s the Economy, Stupid

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…

A flag flies in front of the blast furnaces at the now-closed Bethlehem Steel mill in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

December 7, 2016

Conflict Prevention
How Women’s Participation in Conflict Prevention and Resolution Advances Security Interests

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…

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