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June 6, 2011

International Law
New CFR Report Calls for Prosecuting Human Rights Abuse Criminals at National Level

The detention of Bosnian Serb general Ratko Mladic by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the potential arrest warrant by the International Criminal Court (ICC) f…

November 11, 2010

Afghanistan
Independent Task Force Conditionally Supports U.S. Policy in Pakistan, Afghanistan, but Argues for Changing Strategy Absent Progress

Ahead of President Obama’s December review of the U.S. war effort in Afghanistan, a new Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)-sponsored Independent Task Force report on U.S. Strategy for Pakistan and Af…

January 27, 2009

North Korea
CFR Report Warns U.S. Must Prepare for Potential Instability in North Korea

Continuing uncertainties about the health of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il and possible succession arrangements “warrant heightened attention and preparation” by U.S. policymakers, says a new Counc…

December 2, 2008

Middle East and North Africa
From CFR and Saban Center at Brookings - A Mideast Policy for the Obama Administration

RESTORING THE BALANCE: A MIDDLE EAST STRATEGY FOR THE NEXT PRESIDENT A JOINT PROJECT OF THE SABAN CENTER AT BROOKINGS AND THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS The Saban Center at Brookings and the …

July 15, 2008

United States
Council Report Calls for New U.S.-Pakistan Partnership to Confront Militants in Tribal Areas

Contact: CFR Communications, 212-434-9888, communications@cfr.org The United States will need an adjusted, long-term commitment to Pakistan’s tribal regions in order to bolster U.S. security and e…

May 13, 2008

Americas
Era of U.S. Hegemony in Latin America is Over, Says CFR Task Force

Contact: Aerica Kennedy, CFR Communications, 202-518-3448, akennedy@cfr.org"Latin America is not Washington’s to lose; nor is it Washington’s to save," finds a CFR-sponsored Independent Task Force. "…

May 4, 2007

United States
To Remain Relevant, NATO Must Adapt to 21st Century Threats, Concludes New CFR Report

A new Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) report warns that the United States will "lose interest" in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), if the organization "fails to accept a growing glob…

May 3, 2007

Democracy
U.S. Must Strengthen Ties with Angola to Protect Strategic Energy and Security Interests

“Few African countries are more important to U.S. interests than Angola. The second-largest oil producer in Africa, Angola’s success or failure in transitioning from nearly thirty years of war toward…

November 17, 2006

Mexico
Calderón Administration Offers “Fresh Start” for Damaged

The new Mexican president, Felipe Calderón, who will formally take office December 1, inherits significant domestic policy challenges and a bumpy relationship with the United States. “How these probl…

August 28, 2006

United States
Council on Foreign Relations and Washington and Lee University Announce New Nuclear Energy Project

The Nuclear Energy Project, a new partnership between the Council on Foreign Relations and Washington and Lee University (W&L), will take the debate on nuclear power as an energy source to a new leve…