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October 3, 2023

Russia
Getting Russia Right, With Thomas Graham

Thomas Graham, a distinguished fellow at CFR, sits down with James M. Lindsay to discuss how U.S.-Russia relations have evolved since the Cold War.

Podcast U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin meet in Geneva, Switzerland, June 16, 2021.

September 15, 2023

Sustainable Development Goals (UN)
A Vision for Sustainable Development With Linda Thomas-Greenfield

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield discusses the Sustainable Development Goals, avoiding the cynicism trap, and ways the United States and the United Nations can work toget…

Play Linda Thomas-Greenfield testifies on Capitol Hill

October 18, 2023

Russia
CFR Fellows' Book Launch Series: Getting Russia Right by Thomas Graham

As U.S.-Russian relations scrape the depths of Cold War antagonism, the promise of partnership that beguiled American administrations during the first post-Soviet decades increasingly appears to have…

Play National flags of Russia and the U.S. fly at Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow, Russia.

December 14, 2023

Global Health Program
Thomas J. Bollyky Named Council on Foreign Relations’ Inaugural Bloomberg Chair in Global Health

Thomas J. Bollyky will be the first holder of the Bloomberg endowed Chair in Global Health at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), President Michael Froman announced.  Bloomberg Philanthropies …

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May 3, 2023

United Kingdom
Is the Commonwealth Under King Charles III Still Relevant?

The coronation of King Charles, the sovereign of the Commonwealth, calls into question the role of the British monarch on the world stage.

The Gold State Coach is ridden alongside members of the military during a full overnight dress rehearsal of the coronation ceremony of Britain’s King Charles III.

October 3, 2022

United Kingdom
King Charles III and the Future of the Commonwealth

As King Charles III ascends to the British throne after the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, Commonwealth countries are debating whether to follow Barbados, which broke ties with the Crown in 2021. Why…

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October 3, 2023

Russia
U.S. Should Learn From Past Mistakes to Better Deal With Russia, Asserts Thomas Graham in New Book

Amid the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine, it is “time to take a critical look at the post-Cold War history of U.S.-Russian relations and the quality of U.S. policymaking, with the hope that the l…

February 13, 2024

Health Policy and Initiatives
Virtual Roundtable: What a World Without Chevron Means for U.S. Health

In January, the U.S. Supreme Court debated whether to overturn Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council—one of the most cited U.S. cases of all time, which established the principle that the cour…

Play Red velvet drapes hang at the back of the courtroom at the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, U.S. June 20, 2016