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July 25, 2020

China
What Mike Pompeo doesn’t understand about China, Richard Nixon and U.S. foreign policy

Secretary Pompeo, advocating a policy of transforming China, is proposing a course that is bound to fail.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Delivers a Speech on China at the Nixon Library

August 21, 2023

China
China’s Homegrown Crisis

With China’s economy stumbling, its leaders must choose among staying the course, changing course, or changing the conversation by turning to nationalism and external aggression. The West should seek…

Construction site in Nanjing

May 25, 2023

United States
Kissinger at One Hundred: The CFR Connection

Henry Kissinger, marking his one hundredth birthday, and the Council on Foreign Relations have had a long and substantive affiliation, one that spans the career of the preeminent scholar-practitioner…

Henry Kissinger addresses the audience at the 2013 CFR Corporate Conference.

June 7, 2023

Israel
Israel at 75

Israel at 75 is facing fundamental choices about its identity. 

People walk past a waving Israeli flag as the sun on May 25, 2023 in Tel Aviv, Israel.

August 9, 2023

International Law
Deterrence Lawfare to Save Taiwan

A recent Council on Foreign Relations task force report about “U.S.-Taiwan Relations in a New Era” warns that “deterrence is steadily eroding in the Taiwan Strait and is at risk of failing, increasin…

Chinese warship Luyang III sails past U.S. destroyer USS Chung-Hoon in the Taiwan Strait, as seen from the deck of the USS Chung-Hoon, on June 3, 2023.

June 22, 2023

Ukraine
A Tale of Two Invasions

The different responses to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and Iraq's of Kuwait three decades ago reveal growing international fragmentation and disorder.

U.S. soldiers arrive at a burning oil refinery in Al-Khafji, Saudi Arabia, during the Gulf War.