January 14, 2014Global Governance
Tod Lindberg defends the concept of the international community. At its best, the international community represents the embodiment of liberal normative ideals exerting an influence on international politics, though its many invocations may fall short in encapsulating this ideal.
July 3, 2013Politics and Government
This month, Iranian voters elected Hassan Rouhani president. In April, Venezuelans also voted in a presidential election, choosing Nicolas Maduro to succeed longtime leader Hugo Chávez, who died earl…
September 13, 2017Germany
Experts analyze the September 24 German federal election, Angela Merkel's fight to win a fourth term as chancellor, and the implications for Germany's relations with the European Union and the United…
January 21, 2014Diplomacy and International Institutions
“The international community” is among the most commonly invoked and most frequently vilified phrases in world politics. As Tod Lindberg points out in a new CFR working paper, “Making Sense of the In…
March 30, 2015Global
Sarah Sewall discusses the U.S. Atrocities Prevention Board's progress over the last three years.
May 15, 2013Heads of State and Government
Amity Shlaes discusses her book Coolidge.
February 26, 2009Security Alliances
Watch experts debate topics such as how NATO should deal with Russia in the aftermath of the war in Georgia, the membership status of Ukraine and Georgia, President Medvedev's proposal for a summit o…