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August 26, 2005

United States
Dollar crashes, interest rates fall?

Alan Greenspan's legacy may hinge on whether that headline is written, or whether the headline reads: "Dollar crashes, interest rates surge." From Reuters:Although a dollar crash is unlikely anyt…

June 19, 2007

Conflict Prevention
Forty Years After the Six Day War: Where Are We with Middle East Peace?

Watch Robert E. Hunter of the RAND Corporation, Robert A. Malley of the International Crisis Group, and Dennis B. Ross of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, reflect on the past forty year…

February 25, 2009

Security Alliances
NATO At 60 Symposium: Session I: NATO in the International System

Watch experts discuss the role of NATO in the international system as part of the Council on Foreign Relations "NATO at 60" Symposium.

February 25, 2009

Security Alliances
CFR Symposium on NATO at 60, Panel One: NATO in the International System

Should NATO go global or at least deepen its linkages with like-minded states on a global basis? Do calls for a new international security architecture threaten NATO's role as the preeminent alliance…

January 22, 2009

Russia
Russian-American Relations Symposium: Session One: Russia's Economic and Political Outlook

Watch experts analyze the domestic political situation in Russia and the effects of the financial crisis on the Russian economy.

April 13, 2017

Russia
Responding to Russia

Experts explore policy options for the United States and Europe, including the possibility of a Western reset with Russia and the efficacy of sanctions.

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December 18, 2018

Global
What to Worry About in 2019

Panelists discuss potential and ongoing crises that may erupt or escalate in 2019, as well as their global political implications, and explore the results of the 2019 Preventive Priorities Survey, co…

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May 24, 2007

Elections and Voting
Colton: Putin Likely to Remain Powerful Figure After 2008

Timothy J. Colton, a leading expert on Russia, says even though Vladimir Putin will step down as president in 2008 he is likely to maintain a major role in Russia’s leadership.