May 7, 2019International Law
For years states and scholars have struggled with questions of when and how international law applies to cyberspace. The final post in the two-part series will provide imagery to help grapple with th…
June 14, 2019Venezuela
The Venezuelan crisis threatens the interests and security of the United States and Venezuela's neighbors. The United States and regional partners need to provide humanitarian relief and security assistance and accelerate change to a post-Maduro democracy.
April 24, 2019North Korea
Strategic clarity and a long-term vision are sorely needed to provide direction in the messier, muddled reality that has arrived in Northeast Asia.
June 25, 2015United States
Dan Tarullo discusses U.S. financial regulations.
March 18, 2015Japan
Frank Mondelli graduated from Swarthmore College in 2014 and is currently a Fulbright Fellow in Okinawa, Japan. Seventy years into the postwar era, Okinawa is still grappling with the issues stemmin…
January 20, 2015Human Rights
Last week, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor Tom Malinowski, U.S. Ambassador to Myanmar Derek Mitchell, and a group of other U.S. officials from State, Defense,…
February 22, 2019Nigeria
Two days before Nigeria’s election postponement was announced, thousands of police officers travelled from their duty stations to field postings across the country to ensure the security of voters and sensitive election materials. A week later, officers remain in the field without stipends for food and accommodation.
March 18, 2008Diplomacy and International Institutions
In collaboration with HBO, the History Makers Series at the Council on Foreign Relations features speakers whose prominent contributions occurred at critical junctures in history. Join Mr. Carlucci a…