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A chance to go inside Council on Foreign Relations events. Listen to world leaders and foreign policy experts discuss and debate the most pressing issues in international affairs.
 
A weekly preview of world events in the week ahead from the Council on Foreign Relations.
 
A chance to go inside Council on Foreign Relations events. Watch world leaders and foreign policy experts discuss and debate the most pressing issues in international affairs.
 
The Peace Revolution Podcast acts as a virtual classroom for adults, designed to point out and provide useful resources and information pertaining to history, philosophy, economics, politics, and other subjects; to enable individuals to act responsibly and attain life, liberty, and happiness. Each episode contains a subject of study essential to a comprehensive understanding of reality; all of which is focused on providing you with the historical lineage of the topic, as well as context, ref ...
 
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President Donald J. Trump begins his third year in office, political turmoil continues in Venezuela, and Brexit faces more challenges.By podcasts@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
With the potential shifting global balance of power from the United States to China, the latest issue of Foreign Affairs focuses on how the troubled hegemon and the confident challenger are trying to determine what comes next for the world order.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
In late 2018, economic and political divides in France sparked the Yellow Vests movement. Panelists discuss how the movement differs from other populist politics in Europe, and what implications it may have for President Macron's agenda and the country's relations with the rest of Europe and the United States.…
 
The World Bank searches for a new president after Jim Yong Kim resigns, and Detroit hosts the annual North American International Auto Show.By podcasts@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
The World Economic Update highlights the quarter’s most important and emerging trends. Discussions cover changes in the global marketplace with special emphasis on current economic events and their implications for U.S. policy.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
The World Economic Update highlights the quarter’s most important and emerging trends. Discussions cover changes in the global marketplace with special emphasis on current economic events and their implications for U.S. policy.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Panelists discuss the national security risks posed by corruption of IoT devices and ways to mitigate the probability of successful attacks.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Panelists discuss the widening schism in Silicon Valley between employees and their host companies over the national security applications of the frontier technologies they create, and the ethical concerns surrounding the debate.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
As 2018 draws to a close, CFR’s James M. Lindsay and Robert McMahon are joined by Brookings senior fellow Constanze Stelzenmuller to reflect on the year that was and look ahead to 2019. Democratic backsliding and rising nationalism are at the top of the agenda.By podcasts@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
The world marks the thirtieth anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing, Yellow Vests protesters take to the streets of Paris for the fifth weekend in a row, and Pakistan’s foreign minister visits Afghanistan amid new peace efforts.By podcasts@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Panelists discuss potential and ongoing crises that may erupt or escalate in 2019, as well as their global political implications, and explore the results of the 2019 Preventive Priorities Survey, conducted by CFR’s Center for Preventive Action.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Panelists discuss how rural America has been affected by recent tariffs and intermittent trade wars with U.S. trading partners, and the implications for global trade and the U.S. economy.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Theresa May’s Brexit plan faces a series of devastating defeats, and nations make crucial decisions regarding the UN’s Global Migrant Compact. Sebastian Mallaby sits in for Jim Lindsay.By podcasts@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
CFR hosts a screening of 82 Names: Syria, Please Don't Forget Us, a documentary film co-produced with the United Sates Holocaust Memorial Museum and Maziar Bahari, that traces the journey of Mansour Omari, a survivor of torture and imprisonment in Syria.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
World leaders convene in Argentina for the annual G20 summit, and a UN climate summit gets underway in Poland.By podcasts@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani for a discussion on the foreign policy challenges facing Qatar, its vision for the Middle East, and the future of U.S.-Qatar relations.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
This panel assesses progress in family law reform, and highlight recommendations to effect legal and social change to advance women’s economic participation.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
This panel discusses how legal and policy reform in the workplace can promote women’s economic empowerment and broader growth.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Kristalina Georgieva, Chief Executive Officer of the World Bank, discusses legal and regulatory disparities in access to and usage of formal financial institutions and highlight how well designed digital tools can promote the financial inclusion of women.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Christine Lagarde discusses the economic implications of gender inequality under the law and outline policy recommendations to accelerate women’s economic participation.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
In celebration of the winners of this year’s Arthur Ross Book Award: Stephen Kotkin, Michael J. Green, and Masha Gessen, Gideon Rose hosts a conversation with gold medalist Stephen Kotkin on his book, Stalin: Waiting for Hitler, 1929–1941.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Panelists discuss current political and economic policies in Russia, and how Russia’s domestic affairs influence its foreign policy.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently released a report that expressed concerns about the serious and immediate consequences of a warming planet.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Four members of the EPG discuss the challenges facing the developing world and the global commons and their recommendations to prevent major financial crises.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Panelists discuss how the United States should approach its relationship with Iran after withdrawing from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in May 2018.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
A Brexit deal triggers a political crisis in Britan, trade wars loom large as the APEC Summit gets underway, and an Ebola outbreak in Congo threatens to spread. Ted Alden sits in for Bob McMahon.By podcasts@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Panelists discuss how reporting on politics and the U.S. president has changed with the internet, social media, and smartphones, as well as the new ways in which Americans receive their daily foreign policy news.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
The 13th East Asia Summit takes place in Singapore, the 100-year anniversary of the end of World War I is commemorated, and the 29-year anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall is marked.By podcasts@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Vice Chairman Randal Quarles discusses the outlook for the U.S. economy, inflation, and monetary policy.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
The United States goes to the polls in a tense midterm election, and Iran faces the consequences of new oil sanctions. Carla Anne Robbins sits in for Jim Lindsay.By podcasts@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Giovanni Buttarelli discusses the challenges of implementing and enforcing privacy regulations, market impacts of the GDPR, and the ethical debate over protecting personal data.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Giovanni Buttarelli discusses the challenges of implementing and enforcing privacy regulations, market impacts of the GDPR, and the ethical debate over protecting personal data.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
USAID Administrator Mark Green and a panel of representatives from government agencies discuss the U.S. government strategy on international basic education and the linkage between international education efforts and U.S. foreign policy priorities.This meeting is co-sponsored with CFR's Women and Foreign Policy program.…
 
This panel identifies guidelines tech companies can follow to limit their negative use and offer views on how governments should react to deep fakes, if at all.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
This panel examines AI’s role in moderating online content, and its effectiveness, particularly with respect to disinformation campaigns.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
This symposium convenes policymakers, business executives, and other opinion leaders for a candid analysis of artificial intelligence’s effect on democratic decision-making.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Brazilians go back to the polls in a presidential run-off, and NATO conducts massive military exercises in Norway.By podcasts@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen discusses solutions for safeguarding U.S. elections and enhancing cybersecurity ahead of the November midterm elections.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Panelists discuss the recent rise to prominence of populist parties around the world, the policy priorities of populist leaders, and the consequences for international relations and cooperation.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Saudi Arabia’s investment conference kicks off under a cloud of tension, Chinese and Japanese leaders meet to discuss intellectual property protection, Afghanistan holds parliamentary elections, and protests against Brexit begin in London.By podcasts@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
The United States searches for a new ambassador to the UN, Indonesia hosts an IMF-World Bank summit, and the German state of Bavaria holds elections.By podcasts@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
A scandal-plagued Brazil goes to the polls, Bosnia faces a polarizing election, and a new NAFTA deal is reached by the United States, Canada, and Mexico.By podcasts@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
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