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July 17, 2019

Space
The Moon Landing Anniversary Confronts America With a Fateful Choice

Fifty years after the Apollo 11 moon landing, U.S. policymakers face the choice of whether to put humanity on a trajectory of peaceful cooperation or dangerous militarization in space. 

 Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., lunar module pilot of the first lunar landing mission, poses for a photograph beside the deployed U.S. flag on the lunar surface.

September 20, 2019

Global Governance
Five Centuries after Magellan, Globalization Needs to Grow Up—and Fast

On this anniversary of Magellan's first expedition to circumnavigate the globe, we should reflect on the trajectory globalization has taken—and adopt a more cosmopolitan approach to life on our shrin…

17th Century Map

July 17, 2023

Cybersecurity
New Entries in the CFR Cyber Operations Tracker: Q2 2023

An update of the Council on Foreign Relations' Cyber Operations Tracker for the period between April and June 2023.

A graphic of the Cyber Operations Tracker.

December 16, 2021

Global
Does World Order Have a Future?

CNN Host Fareed Zakaria and Richard Haass examine the concept of “world order” and what to do to promote it in an age of revived great-power rivalry and global challenges.

Podcast World Globe

April 10, 2019

Space
Bad Moonshot Rising: The Moon's Dubious Strategic Value

Aspirations to return American astronauts to the moon after a nearly half-century absence should be rooted in science, not foreign policy.

The American flag heralds the launch of Apollo 11, the first lunar landing mission, on July 16, 1969.