April 15, 2015Middle East and North Africa
Antony Blinken discusses strategic issues following his recent trip to the Middle East and the Maghreb.
August 6, 2015International Organizations
Coauthored with Eleanor Powell, intern in the International Institutions and Global Governance program at the Council on Foreign Relations. United Nations peacekeeping efforts have long had a dark s…
June 20, 2016Global
Michael Froman discusses the importance of U.S. trade engagement, the future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and the global race to define the rules of the road for trade in the Asia-Pacific.
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