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February 20, 2019

Thailand
Thailand’s Election: What to Know

Thailand will go through the motions of free elections in March, but the likely result will be entrenched authoritarian rule and further instability.

Supporters of the Pheu Thai Party rally in Ubon Ratchathani Province.

February 14, 2019

Russia
How Will the U.S. Respond to Russia-OPEC Cooperation?

Congress is considering a bill that could punish countries for artificially boosting oil prices. What could that mean for warming ties between Russia and Saudi Arabia?

Sergei Bobylev/TASS via Getty Images

February 8, 2019

Nigeria
Nigeria’s Election: What to Know

The Giant of Africa’s next president will have to contend with daunting security and economic challenges.

Supporters sit on camels during a campaign rally for President Muhammadu Buhari in Kano.

February 6, 2019

Americas
Macri Floats Above Argentina’s Economic Mess

A hapless political opposition fails to capitalize on the president’s mistakes and adapt to the future.

Argentina's President Macri, Fisrt Lady Awada and their daughter celebrate at their campaign headquarters...

February 4, 2019

United States
The National and Economic Security Imperative of Helping More Americans Adapt and Thrive

By Penny Pritzker, chairman and founder of PSP Partners; and Edward Alden, Bernard L. Schwartz senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. (Note the following excerpt is from a chapter writ…

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January 31, 2019

Trade
Huawei, the U.S., and Its Anxious Allies

Trump must not play security card in China trade war.

Huawei China

January 31, 2019

Turkey
Why the New York Knicks Keep Dunking on Erdogan

The 7-foot center Enes Kanter has become a symbol of Turkey's never-ending purge—and a potential assassination target.

New York Knicks center Enes Kanter (00) dunks the ball over Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum (0) during the first half at TD Garden

January 28, 2019

Israel
The Golan Heights Should Stay Israeli Forever

At least one of Israel’s occupations will be permanent, whether anyone else likes it or not.

An Israeli soldier speaks on his mobile phone at a military outpost on Mount Hermon in the Golan Heights over looking the Israel-Syria border February 4, 2015.

January 24, 2019

Media
Local Journalists Workshop

CFR’s inaugural Local Journalists Workshop featured a series of plenary and discussion group sessions with CFR fellows and other experts, with the goal of introducing a global dimension into coverage…

January 17, 2019

Russia
The Russia Sanctions Test in the U.S. Senate

A move to block sanctions relief has been defeated, averting a likely spike in global aluminum prices but also spotlighting the tough road ahead for Congress in shaping policy on Russia.

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