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December 1, 2022

China
China Is Wielding Growing Influence Inside Other Countries, Argues Joshua Kurlantzick in New Book

Motivated by its growing power, increasingly authoritarian domestic politics, and an ever more assertive foreign policy, China, for the first time in decades, “has dramatically increased its efforts …

February 11, 2021

News Release
The U.S. Should Preserve Taiwan’s Autonomy  Without Triggering Chinese Attack, Says New CFR Report

Taiwan “is becoming the most dangerous flash point in the world for a possible war that involves the United States, China, and probably other major powers,” warns a new Council on Foreign Relations (…

March 4, 2022

Trade
CFR Welcomes New Fellows for International Political Economy and Trade Policy

Last month, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) welcomed Zongyuan Zoe Liu and Inu Manak to the David Rockefeller Studies Program, where they are contributing to the work of the Maurice R. Greenber…

March 23, 2021

China
Inadequate U.S. Response to Beijing’s Belt and Road Risks Ceding Economic and Political Power to China, Warns Task Force

China’s massive Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), which finances and builds infrastructure around the world, “poses a significant challenge to U.S. economic, political, climate change, security, and gl…

October 3, 2022

Germany
CFR Welcomes New Fellows on Europe, Human Rights, and Terrorism

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) welcomes three new fellows to the David Rockefeller Studies Program: Liana Fix, José Miguel Vivanco, and Jacob Ware. Liana Fix joins as a fellow for Europe. …

December 16, 2014

Global
New Blog, Net Politics, Decodes Internet Governance and Cybersecurity

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has launched Net Politics, a blog on cybersecurity, Internet governance, digital trade, and privacy. It will provide original insight, highlight notable researc…

January 7, 2003

Indonesia
Post-Suharto Indonesia Grapples with Political Transition

A New Council on Foreign Relations Press Book Sheds Light on the Challenges Facing the Habibie Government For further information contact: April Wahlestedt, Director of Communications (212) 434-…

June 18, 2003

Afghanistan
To Avoid Losing the Peace in Afghanistan, U.S. Must Empower Karzai’s Government to Improve Security and Accelerate Reconstruction, Concludes CFR/Asia Society Task Force

June 18, 2003 - Without greater support for the transitional government of President Hamid Karzai, security in Afghanistan will deteriorate further, prospects for economic reconstruction will dim, an…

March 11, 2015

Asia
China’s Rise Affects Japanese Domestic Politics, Sheila Smith Writes in New Book

No country feels China’s rise more deeply than Japan. In her new book, Intimate Rivals: Japanese Domestic Politics and a Rising China, CFR Senior Fellow Sheila A. Smith explores the policy issues tes…

May 21, 2007

Algeria
Militaries in the Middle East: Critical Factor in Hindering Political Change, Argues Steven Cook in New Book

Ruling But Not Governing provides valuable insight into the political dynamics that perpetuate authoritarian regimes and offers novel ways to promote democratic change. In this new CFR book, author a…