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September 27, 2023

Climate Change
Could Climate Change Break Home Insurance?

For decades, U.S. homeowners have counted on property insurance to protect them from catastrophic loss if their homes are destroyed—and the U.S. economy has rested on the functionality of that model…

Podcast Aftermath of a home struck by a climate disaster.

June 27, 2023

Foreign Policy
The Future of U.S. Foreign Policy, With Richard Haass

Richard Haass, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, sits down with James M. Lindsay upon completing two decades leading CFR to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the United…

Podcast People walking across a world map painted on asphalt.

June 20, 2023

Taiwan
The Future of U.S.-Taiwan Relations, With Susan M. Gordon and Michael G. Mullen

Susan M. Gordon, former principal deputy director of National Intelligence, and Admiral Michael G. Mullen, former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, sit down with James M. Lindsay to discuss the …

Podcast Sailors in the Republic of China Navy walk to position at a navy base in the Penghu Islands, Taiwan, on August 30, 2022.

June 8, 2023

Artificial Intelligence (A.I.)
AI Meets World, Part One

After decades of seeming like another sci-fi catchphrase, artificial intelligence (AI) is having its moment. Some experts predict that AI will usher in an era of boundless productivity and techno-uto…

Podcast ChatGPT language model homepage.

December 13, 2022

Ukraine
The War in Ukraine, With Liana Fix and Michael Kimmage

Liana Fix, a fellow for Europe at CFR, and Michael Kimmage, a history professor at the Catholic University of America and a senior associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, sit…

Podcast Members of the Ukrainian volunteer paramedic organization Hospitallers attend a memorial service for one of the organization's members, a Swedish citizen nicknamed Niko, 20, who was killed near Bakhmut in central Kyiv