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April 13, 2017

The Intersection of Religious Freedom and Women's Rights

Kristina Arriaga de Bucholz discusses the intersection of religious freedom and women's rights around the world.


February 22, 2013

Weekend Reading: Turkey’s Chief of Staff, Fronting as a Front in Egypt, and Tunisia’s Sudden Troubles

Murat Yetkin on an important proposed change to civil-military relations in Turkey. Khalid Amayreh argues that Egypt’s National Salvation Front is not much of a Front. Kristina Kausch wonders if la…


January 3, 2012

Immigration and Migration
What to Watch in 2012: The End of Latino Immigration?

Central American immigrants await a train departure to the north of Mexico, on top of a freight train in Arriaga, Chiapas (Jorge Lopez/Courtesy Reuters). Looking ahead to the new year ahead of us, t…

What to Watch in 2012: The End of Latino Immigration?

December 6, 2019

Gendered Disinformation, Fake News, and Women in Politics

Voices from the Field features contributions from scholars and practitioners highlighting new research, thinking, and approaches to development, diplomacy and security challenges. This post is author…

Fawzia al-Harbi, a candidate for local municipal council elections, shows her candidate biography in Riyadh November 29, 2015.

October 2, 2014

Washington Launch of the CFR-Sponsored Independent Task Force Report "North America: Time for a New Focus"

Task Force Co-Chairs David H. Petraeus and Robert B. Zoellick and Task Force Project Director Shannon K. O'Neil join Jonathan Karl, chief White House correspondent at ABC News, to discuss economic gr…