I look at what the presidential contenders are saying about foreign policy. This Week: Republicans are gathering in Milwaukee ...
Enhancing support for Ukraine’s military and defense industrial base is top of mind at the NATO Summit this week, especially ...
This Week,” a series that highlights noteworthy news related to women and U.S. foreign policy. This week’s post covers July 6 ...
The G-7 foreign ministers' statement on the West Bank follows some old lines about the legitimacy of settlements, but ignores the issue of payments to reward terror.
Current political and economic issues succinctly explained. Welcome to Friday’s edition of the Daily News Brief, CFR’s flagship morning newsletter summarizing the top global news and analysis of the ...
The high court’s decision could allow future U.S. presidents to commit grave abuses of power with impunity, with serious ...
“China is not only relevant anymore for the Indo-Pacific or for Taiwan, China is relevant for European security and is directly, through its support for Russia, a threat to Europe and to NATO. And ...
Stagnant urban productivity stunts Latin America’s economic growth; Chinese lenders turn away from Latin America.
Many big cities are doing well, but in flyover country organized crime and corruption often smother democracy.
The U.S. presidential election isn’t just a domestic affair. What Biden does will have major consequences for foreign policy ...
Jordan Bardella, president of the French far-right National Rally party, leaves the stage after early French parliamentary ...
United States Climate Change Nuclear Energy The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is pleased to welcome Daniel B. Poneman back as a senior ...