December 7, 2016Sub-Saharan Africa
This is a guest post by Caila Glickman, volunteer intern for the Council on Foreign Relations’ department of Global Health. Caila is currently a pre-med student at Oberlin College studying chemistry …
June 17, 2019Intelligence
Senator Warner discusses China’s strategy to control technologies of the future, including 5G and artificial intelligence, and what steps the United States can take to protect its own technological a…
January 3, 2020Cameroon
The violent conflict in Cameroon, still rarely discussed in Washington, is becoming increasingly dire. Both President Paul Biya’s Francophone regime in Yaounde and the Anglophone separatists in the southwest region are accused of brutal human rights abuses, including the burning of villages, attacks on schools, and the killing of men, women, and children. Despite mediation attempts by the Swiss government and sanctions by the Trump administration, there are no signs of any progress towards a negotiated settlement.
The Kenneth A. Moskow Memorial Lecture on Homeland Security and Counterterrorism honors the memory of CFR member Kenneth A. Moskow. For most of his professional life, Moskow worked in the Clandestine Service of the Central Intelligence Agency, This series is made possible by a generous bequest from Moskow, whose intent was to establish an annual meeting at CFR to bring together the leaders of the intelligence community and promote discussion on critical issues in counterterrorism.