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October 24, 2006

Europe and Eurasia
Hungary-Suez Crisis: Fifty Years on: Session 2: The Hungarian Revolt

Watch Columbia University Professor Robert Legvold lead a discussion with Charles Gati, William Taubman and Richard Immerman on the Hungarian Revolt.

September 29, 2006

United States
Crowder Urges More Market Access to Break World Trade Deadlock

The Doha trade round is deadlocked, essentially over U.S. and EU farm sector protections. Chief U.S. agriculture negotiator Richard T. Crowder says intense discussions continue, but he stressed EU ma…

April 11, 2007

Iraq
Iraq: Four Years of War

Watch Ali Allawi, former minister of finance, defense, and trade of the Republic of Iraq, and Steven Simon, the Council's Hasib J. Sabbagh senior fellow for Middle East studies, reflect on four years…

April 11, 2007

Iraq
Iraq: Four Years of War

JANE ARRAF:  Hi.  I think we'll get started, if that's okay. Thank you, everybody, for coming and welcome to today's Council on Foreign Relations meeting.  I'd like to remind you all that this meet…

May 22, 2007

Global
Holding World Leaders Accountable to Reducing Global Poverty and Protecting Civilians

5:30 – 6:00 p.m. Reception 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Meeting 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Cocktail Reception

May 22, 2007

Global
Arthur C. Helton Memorial Lecture: Holding World Leaders Accountable to Reducing Global Poverty and Protecting Civilians

Watch Jan Egeland, special adviser to the secretary-general of the United Nations, discuss the current state of international humanitarian affairs and how world leaders can be more involved in solvin…

February 7, 2007

China
US to China: See you in court (maybe)

When I saw that the US was initiating a WTO case challenging China's various tax favors and export rebate, I knew who to turn to for analysis.  Emmanuel -- a regular participant in the comments s…

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April 30, 2007

United States
Dani Rodrik, Steve Waldman, China’s impact on US export prices and the risk of “financial” Dutch disease …

Dani Rodrik didn’t take long to stir up the blogosphere (see Steve Waldman, among others).   Rodrik makes an interesting point:   Trade doesn’t cut inflation.   Sure, it lowers prices for impor…

November 30, 2007

Religion
Symposium on Evangelicals and U.S. Foreign Policy: Session 2: Evangelicals and Foreign Policy Today

Watch experts discuss the current influence and foreign policy priorities of the American evangelical community.