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November 12, 2019

Media
Distinguished Voices Series With Ted Koppel

Ted Koppel discusses his distinguished career and the changing nature of journalism and social media. The Distinguished Voices Series focuses particular attention on the contributions made by a pr…

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October 5, 2021

Terrorism and Counterterrorism
Guantanamo Bay: Twenty Years of Counterterrorism and Controversy

The U.S. military detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has generated intense debate for two decades, with enduring questions about national security, human rights, and justice.

A collage of surveillance photographs shows Guantanamo detainees.

March 8, 2021

Women and Women's Rights
Transforming International Affairs Education to Address Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

A new report by Carla Koppell, Reuben Brigety II, and Jamille Bigio offers a comprehensive approach for international affairs schools to transform the face and shape of U.S. foreign policy.

Protesters hold up placards as they “take a knee” in front of a police line at a Black Lives Matter demonstration outside the U.S. Embassy in London on June 7, 2020, during a weekend of global rallies against racism and police brutality.

May 26, 2021

Education
Transforming International Affairs Education to Address Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Growing inequality and exclusion around the world are resulting in destabilization, creating security risks, and damaging U.S. interests. Across the United States, polarizing discourse, deepening ine…

Play DOCUMENT DATE: September 12, 2012 Students attend class on their first day back to primary school in the "La Soledad" public school in Palma de Mallorca, on the island of Mallorca, September 13, 2012. This multicultural school houses around 25 different nationalities and parents can choose which language, Spanish or Catalan, their children receive classes in.

October 28, 2013

United States
A Conversation with Ted Koppel

Ted Koppel reflects on his career and the changing nature of journalism and social media.

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July 16, 2019

Nigeria
The Post-Presidential Legacy of Nigeria’s Goodluck Jonathan

Former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan’s international reputation has improved since conceding the presidency in 2015. What does that say about democracy in the country?

Former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan speaks to the media as part of the National Democratic Institute's election monitoring delegation in Liberia on December 26, 2017.

March 8, 2021

Inequality
Transforming International Affairs Education to Address Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Insufficient leadership, outdated curricula, and alienating school climates leave future foreign policy experts ill prepared to address the social forces contributing to fragility and unrest globally…

Protesters hold up placards as they “take a knee” in front of a police line at a Black Lives Matter demonstration outside the U.S. Embassy in London on June 7, 2020.

May 16, 2019

Nigeria
Nigerian Government Accuses Jonathan of Accepting Bribes While President

In a court case in London involving international oil companies and the oil block designated OPL 245—thought to be one of the largest untapped reserves in Africa—lawyers for the Nigerian government accused Jonathan and Alison-Madueke with plotting to “receive bribes and make a secret profit.”

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October 28, 2013

United States
HBO History Makers Series with Ted Koppel

Ted Koppel reflects on his career and the changing nature of journalism and social media.

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June 26, 2008

China
Koppel on Discovery: The People's Republic of Capitalism

Watch Ted Koppel, managing editor of the Discovery Channel, and CFR senior fellow Adam Segal discuss The People's Republic of Capitalism, a documentary series on the rapid rise of China and its role …

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