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February 12, 2019

News Release
Shrinking Options for Swelling Refugee Population Illustrated in New CFR InfoGuide

A new multimedia InfoGuide from the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) examines the burgeoning crisis and the strains it is placing on the international refugee system.

No Refuge InfoGuide

April 26, 2017

United States
Foreign Policy in the First Hundred Days of Trump

As President Donald J. Trump approaches his hundredth day in office, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and Foreign Affairs offer resources and analysis on the new administration’s foreign policy…

U.S. President Donald Trump holds up a directive ordering an investigation into the impact of foreign steel on the American economy after signing it.

November 23, 2010

Global
CFR Think Tank Grows to 75 Scholars with a Broad Range of Geographic and Functional Expertise

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) notes the addition of several scholars this fall, bringing the total to 75 full- and part-time fellows. Many are distinguished scholar-practitioners who have he…

September 1, 2010

United States
Robert Blackwill, Former Ambassador to India and Deputy National Security Adviser, Re-Joins CFR

Ambassador Robert D. Blackwill has been named Henry A. Kissinger Senior Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). His focus will be on American foreign policy writ la…

February 9, 2005

United States
Robert Blackwill, Former Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Adviser for Strategic Planning, Joins the Council on Foreign Relations

February 9, 2005 - Ambassador Robert D. Blackwill has been named Counselor of the Council on Foreign Relations. His initial focus will be to lead a roundtable series in New York and Washington, DC on…

January 8, 2003

United States
International Financial Crises Increasingly Take Priority Over Most Traditional Security and Foreign Policy Problems, Concludes New Council on Foreign Relations Book

September 7, 2001 - What if you took seventy-five of the most experienced professionals in the fields of finance, economics, foreign policy, and national security and confronted them with two dozen p…

November 8, 2002

Global
Democracies Need More Than Rhetorical Support from the International Community When Their Survival Is at Stake

Full text and an Executive Summary of “Threats to Democracy: Prevention and Response” November 8, 2002 – Democratic governments, international organizations and NGOs have responded poorly and ofte…

January 25, 2001

United States
Morton Halperin Re-joins Council

Washington, D.C., January 25, 2001—Morton H. Halperin has rejoined the Council as Senior Fellow, announced Council President Leslie H. Gelb. At the Council, Dr. Halperin will direct a project on demo…

November 27, 2006

Diplomacy and International Institutions
United States Should Ignore Hugo Chávez’s “Blustery Rhetoric,” Argues New Council Report

“Chávez’s bark...is far worse than his bite,” says a new Council Special Report, which urges U.S. officials to “look beyond his blustery rhetoric…as long as Chávez does not take steps that fundamenta…

March 27, 2006

Political History and Theory
Friendly Fire: Losing Friends and Making Enemies in the Anti-American Century

An in-depth and forceful argument that the sources of today’s anti-Americanism run deeper than anger over George W. Bush’s foreign policy, by Senior Fellow Julia Sweig.