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September 13, 2018

Military Operations
CFR Welcomes Visiting Fellows

September 11, 2018—The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) welcomes the 2018–19 visiting fellows to the David Rockefeller Studies Program. Selected fellows have the opportunity to broaden their perspe…

July 23, 2018

Pakistan
Pakistan’s General Election 2018: So Far, No Cause for Celebration

Ahead of national elections in Pakistan this week, allegations of pre-poll rigging, press intimidation, and the mainstreaming of militant groups are all cause for concern.

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May 12, 2009

Development
Growth Without Bubbles: A Conversation with Christina Romer

Christina Romer, the chair of President Obama's Council of Economic Advisers, discusses her "cautiously hopeful" vision for the U.S. economy following an address at the Council on Foreign Relations. …

May 12, 2009

Economic Crises
Growth Without Bubbles: A Conversation with Christina Romer

Watch Christina Romer, the chair of President Obama's Council of Economic Advisers, discuss her "cautiously hopeful" vision for the U.S. economy following an address at the Council on Foreign Relatio…

March 6, 2017

Budget, Debt, and Deficits
Puerto Rico’s Daunting Fiscal Math (My View)

An applied economics question: A country with no independent monetary policy, undergoing a ten-year slump that has reduced its real GDP on average by over a percentage point a year, needs to do a …

April 12, 2018

Iran
The Iran Fault Line

Panelists address Iran's influence in Syria, Iraq, and the Gulf and offer ideas on how to counter Tehran's efforts.

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December 9, 2002

Bosnia and Herzegovina
Balkans 2010

Overview Despite years of involvement by the United States and its allies, the Balkans region is suffering from economic stagnation and high unemployment; hundreds of thousands of refugees still a…

February 1, 2016

Global
The Hacked World Order

Teaching Notes for The Hacked World Order by Adam Segal.

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October 21, 2014

Wars and Conflict
Where Airstrikes Fall Short, the West Can Still Act to End Violence Against Women

Emerging Voices features contributions from scholars and practitioners highlighting new research, thinking, and approaches to development challenges. This article is by Christina Asquith, a journalis…

A Shiite Muslim girl takes part in a candlelight protest against the ongoing conflict in Iraq, in New Delhi, India, July 2014 (Courtesy Reuters/Anindito Mukherjee).

March 25, 2016

Myanmar
Understanding Myanmar

Myanmar is undergoing significant political changes, but it still faces considerable economic and human rights hurdles.

Charms with pictures of Aung San Suu Kyi and her father, General Aung San, in Yangon, April 5, 2015.