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June 2, 2023

Asia Program
From Tiananmen to Times Square

An exhibition space commemorating the June 4, 1989, massacre of protesters in Beijing and other Chinese cities opened Friday in New York, highlighting how recent changes in China have rejuvenated its…

Visitors at the exhibition's opening ceremony on Friday, June 1.

June 1, 2023

United States
Meet Ron DeSantis, Republican Presidential Candidate

The Florida governor announced his candidacy for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. 


May 15, 2023

Latin America
Latin America’s Moment Returns

The Council on Foreign Relations’ blog on Latin America and the world will again feature regular analysis and updates on trends shaping the region.

Migrants stand near the border wall after crossing the Rio Bravo river with the intention of turning themselves in to the U.S. Border Patrol agents, as seen from Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.

May 9, 2023

Threatening to Destroy TSMC Is Unnecessary and Counterproductive

There is understandable fear about what might happen to TSMC should China invade Taiwan, but the United States can ensure China does not inherit the company without physically destroying it.

The logo of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is seen from the Southern Taiwan Science Park in Tainan, Taiwan.

April 18, 2023

United States
The Cost of Trump’s Trade War with China Is Still Adding Up

In continuing it, Biden risks further harm to the U.S. economy.

U.S. President Joe Biden speaks virtually with Chinese leader Xi from the White House in Washington

April 11, 2023

“A Religious War”

Nigeria’s close-run presidential election was not about religion, until it was.

A pastor dressed in white stands before a congregation, some of whom are laying on the ground in prayer.

March 13, 2023

Russia’s War Against Ukraine is Catalyzing Internet Fragmentation

After its invasion of Ukraine, concerns flared over a decoupling of Russia from the global internet. This has not materialized, but we may be witnessing the start of a more fundamental fragmentation …

The logo of Russia's state communications regulator, Roskomnadzor, is reflected in a laptop screen.

March 8, 2023

How Will China Respond to Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen’s Visit to the United States?

Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen will visit the United States next month. China is sure to retaliate, but how far it goes will say a lot about the trajectory of cross-strait and U.S.-China relations.

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen leaves the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York during her visit to New York City, July 11, 2019.

March 1, 2023

The World Bank Stepped Up During the Pandemic

The World Bank (and the IMF) should get credit for increasing their lending to the world's poorest countries during the pandemic. But without additional action, net flows to developing economies will…

The World Bank Stepped Up During the Pandemic

February 6, 2023

What China’s Surveillance Balloon Says About U.S.-China Relations

Neither the United States nor China is prepared for a serious crisis.

A cloud of white smoke around a while balloon drifting in the sky.