July 21, 2020Russia
Across the political spectrum, there is a belief that post–Cold War U.S. presidents have turned too often to the military to resolve challenges abroad. How could the United States move away from rely…
July 13, 2020Democracy
Panelists discuss international perceptions of the United States and how the current domestic unrest may affect the country’s ability to promote global democracy and human rights.
July 1, 2020Women and Women's Rights
As research definitively establishes a link between gender equality and global prosperity, more countries have sought to remove the economic barriers women face and foster their participation. In the…
June 18, 2020United States
In CFR's first inaugural Master Class Series virtual meeting, James M. Lindsay discusses the role of Congress in shaping U.S. foreign policy, relationships with other countries, and America’s standin…
June 10, 2020United States
Nearly thirty years after the end of the Cold War, amidst China’s rise and Russia’s revanchism, and in a historic moment of crisis, will American policymakers reconceive the role alliances should pla…
June 4, 2020Iran
Panelists discuss current U.S. policy toward Iran and how the United States should approach the relationship moving forward.
May 14, 2020Public Health Threats and Pandemics
Richard Haass discusses The World: A Brief Introduction, his new book designed to provide readers of any age and experience with the essential background and building blocks they need to make sense o…
May 7, 2020Coronavirus
Panelists discuss the International Monetary Fund (IMF), its lending capacity, and the tools it can leverage to provide relief for emerging markets during the COVID-19 pandemic.
November 1, 2016United States
Greg Hayes provides his perspective on trade, globalization, and the development of a competitive and educated workforce in an evolving global economy.