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May 14, 2019

China
China’s Maritime Disputes

China’s growing assertiveness amid territorial disputes in the East and South China Seas has raised concerns about armed conflict.

China’s Maritime Disputes

April 17, 2019

India
U.S.-India Relations

Since India’s independence, ties with the United States have weathered Cold War-era distrust and estrangement over India’s nuclear program. Relations have warmed in recent years and cooperation has s…

March 26, 2019

China
U.S. Relations With China

Since 1949, U.S.-China relations have evolved from tense standoffs to a complex mix of intensifying diplomacy, growing international rivalry, and increasingly intertwined economies.

April 19, 2017

Indonesia
Jakarta Election Signals Erosion of Religious Tolerance

The rise of hard-line identity politics at the center of Jakarta’s gubernatorial election raises questions about Indonesia’s reputation for tolerance.

April 27, 2017

Japan
Last Days of Imperial Japan

Japan experienced unparalleled destruction by U.S. military forces during World War II, resulting in its complete capitulation. Washington played a decisive role in Tokyo’s postwar transition and rec…

March 13, 2015

Trade
The TPP and the Bicycle Theory of Trade

I am having a hard time making up my mind about economic pluses and minuses of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the pending trade deal that will deepen economies ties between the United States, J…

A patriotic label is affixed to the handlebars of each bike at the new Bicycle Corporation of America plant in Manning, South Carolina, November 19, 2014 (Randall Hill/Courtesy Reuters).

September 19, 2011

France
The Arab Springs

Related Reading:The New Arab Revolt: What Happened, What It Means, and What Comes Next, CFR ebook

May 7, 2009

International Organizations
American Leadership and Global Governance in an Age of Nonpolarity

What is the U.S. role in a world of shifting and competing power dynamics? Are U.S. interests best served through greater involvement in multilateral fora? Where should the United States take a leade…

May 7, 2009

International Organizations
American Leadership and Global Governance in an Age of Nonpolarity

Watch experts debate global institutional reform, including changes to the UN Security Council and international financial intstitutions, and the role the United States should be playing. This sessi…

February 4, 2009

United States
The Best Laid Plans: The Origins of American Multilateralism and the Dawn of the Cold War

Watch as Stewart Patrick, CFR Senior Fellow and Director, Program on International Institutions and Global Governance, speaks about his new book The Best Laid Plans: The Origins of American Multilate…