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July 6, 2024

Venezuela
The United States and the Venezuelan Election

Every sign suggests that Venezuela's presidential election on July 28 will be stolen. Will the Biden administration then acknowledge that its policy toward Venezuela has failed--and change it?

June 11, 2024

China
How the United States Can Effectively Pivot to Asia

After the rise of Chinese power during the 2010s and failed U.S. policies in the Indo-Pacific, the United States should renew the Pivot to Asia and place the region at the center of its grand strateg…

A staff adjusts the Mexican flag prior to joint press conference for CPTPP  in Tokyo.

May 21, 2024

Kenya
A Preview of Kenya’s State Visit

During Kenya’s state visit, the United States should work toward building a more resilient model of U.S.-Africa partnerships.

Kenya's President William Ruto addresses the nation following heavy rains and subsequent flooding in the country, at the State House in Nairobi, Kenya on May 3, 2024.

June 2, 2024

Venezuela
Will the United States Boost Maduro in Venezuela’s Election?

A forced sale of CITGO oil company just days before Venezuela's July 28 presidential election would be a propaganda bonanza for the Maduro regime, and should be delayed by the United States governmen…

February 12, 2024

Palestinian Territories
Democracy and the Two-State Solution

The war in Gaza has focused attention once again on the search for solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The solution favored by the United States, the European Union, most of the world’s de…

May 14, 2024

RealEcon
On to Wisconsin: RealEcon Visits the Badger State

From ginseng farms to food-processing facilities, Wisconsin businesses shine light on how trade policy and foreign investment impact rural America.

Darin Von Ruden, the owner of the Von Ruden's Organic Dairy Farm walks on his farm in Westby, Wisconsin, on October 3, 2020. - In western Wisconsin, where family-run dairy farms dot the rolling green hills and eagle-watchers peer into the sparkling marshland, signs for Donald Trump and Joe Biden stand directly across each other on neighbors' yards. In a polarized United States where Democrats and Republicans increasingly self-segregate, this stretch of the Upper Midwest alongside the Mississippi River looks

May 2, 2024

Economics
State and Local Officials Webinar on RealEcon: Reimagining American Economic Leadership

Matthew Goodman, distinguished fellow and director of the Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studies at CFR, discusses CFR’s new RealEcon initiative and the role of state and local officials in contrib…

Play Flag and Trade

May 24, 2024

Diplomacy and International Institutions
International Criminal Court Prosecutor Threatens United States Senators

The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has threatened 12 United States senators for their criticisms of his effort to arrest Israeli leaders.

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February 14, 2024

South Korea
The United States–South Korea Alliance: Why It May Fail and Why It Must Not

Summary The U.S.-South Korea alliance has been the cornerstone of bilateral cooperation and the U.S. security presence in the Indo-Pacific region for over seven decades and continues to serve as a…

Teaching Notes Image for Scott Snyder

May 15, 2024

Cybersecurity