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July 13, 2021

Human Rights
Global #MeToo Movement Has the Potential to Revolutionize Gender Roles, New Book Reveals

“In many countries, the #MeToo movement is not new. Instead, it has been fueled by years of local activism by courageous women leaders,” write Rachel B. Vogelstein and Meighan Stone in Awakening: #Me…

July 8, 2021

News Release
Kenneth I. Juster Joins CFR as Distinguished Fellow

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) welcomes Kenneth I. Juster to its David Rockefeller Studies Program as a distinguished fellow. At CFR, Juster’s work will focus on international economics and I…

June 15, 2021

News Release
CFR to Welcome New Fellows on China, India, and Defense Policy

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) will welcome three new fellows to the David Rockefeller Studies Program: Ian Johnson, Manjari Chatterjee Miller, and Lauren Kahn. Ian Johnson will become the…

June 10, 2021

Human Trafficking
U.S. Should Treat Human Trafficking as a National Security Threat, Urges New CFR Report

“Human trafficking is more than a violation of human rights: it is also a threat to national security, economic growth, and sustainable development,” warns a new Council Special Report, Ending Human …

April 26, 2021

News Release
Roger W. Ferguson Jr. to Join CFR as Distinguished Fellow

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) will welcome Roger W. Ferguson Jr., who is retiring as president and CEO of TIAA, to its David Rockefeller Studies Program as the Steven A. Tananbaum Distinguis…

April 14, 2021

News Release
New Book Traces CFR’s 100-Year History

America’s preeminent organization devoted to international relations and U.S. foreign policy has released a new book assessing its first century: the events that led to its founding in 1921, the many…

March 23, 2021

China
Inadequate U.S. Response to Beijing’s Belt and Road Risks Ceding Economic and Political Power to China, Warns Task Force

China’s massive Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), which finances and builds infrastructure around the world, “poses a significant challenge to U.S. economic, political, climate change, security, and gl…

February 18, 2021

News Release
CFR Launches Diamonstein-Spielvogel Foundation Project on the Future of Democracy

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) announces the launch of a project on the future of democracy, funded by a generous grant from the Diamonstein-Spielvogel Foundation, that will identify threats …

February 17, 2021

News Release
Gayle Tzemach Lemmon Recounts the Untold Story of the Women Who Fought to Defeat ISIS, in New Book

In 2014, a remarkable all-women militia faced off against the self-proclaimed Islamic State in Kobani, a small town in northeastern Syria, which became a turning point in the fight against ISIS. In h…

February 11, 2021

News Release
The U.S. Should Preserve Taiwan’s Autonomy  Without Triggering Chinese Attack, Says New CFR Report

Taiwan “is becoming the most dangerous flash point in the world for a possible war that involves the United States, China, and probably other major powers,” warns a new Council on Foreign Relations (…