Financial markets are beginning to take political risk seriously, write Morgan Stanley's Jens Nystedt and CFR's Robert Kahn. Here's why.
Financial markets are beginning to take political risk seriously write Morgan Stanleys

Why Markets Are Growing Wary

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Steven Blythe
Danny Anson
Iran is not living up to the "spirit" of the Iran Deal, says President Trump. Here's what to know about the agreement and Iran's obligations under it.

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Iran is not living up to the spirit of the Iran Deal

What are the terms of the Iran Nuclear Agreement?

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William Gutgesell
Jenny Hoffman Menser
What does the outcome of the French presidential election mean for U.S. policy? Listen to CFR's Philip Gordon explain in the latest episode of the President's Inbox.

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What does the outcome of the French presidential election mean for US

PODCAST: What France's presidential election means

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Venezuela is in the midst of an unprecedented economic and political crisis. How did it begin and where will Venezuela go from here? CFR’s James M. Lindsay is discussing the crisis live with Senior Fellow Shannon K. O'Neil. Post your questions below!
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Sergiu Scolobiuc
Amer El Kadi
Venezuela announced it will withdraw from the Organization of American States (OAS) following the regional bloc's call for a meeting of foreign ministers to discuss the country's political and economic crisis.

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Venezuela announced it will withdraw from the Organization of American States OAS

Daily News Brief - April 27, 2017

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NAFTA faces an uncertain fate. Here's what to know about the agreement and its economic impact.

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NAFTA faces an uncertain fate Heres what to know about the agreement

What has NAFTA done for U.S. trade?

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James MacMillan
Danny Anson
Fred Gollatz
"It is simply too difficult to stay outraged nonstop for 100 days, much less for 1,461 days," contends CFR's Max Boot.
It is simply too difficult to stay outraged nonstop for 100 days

America's Growing Acceptance of the Unacceptable

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Angela Urrea
Jen Johnson
Russ Reiter
For most U.S. companies most of the time, the U.S. system for taxing corporations is a pretty good deal, finds CFR Renewing America.
For most US companies most of the time the US system for

How much do U.S. corporations really pay in taxes?

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Rob Verheyden
John Malin
Shiv Rama
One hundred years ago this month, the United States declared war on Germany and entered World War I. Today at CFR, experts discuss the impact of "the Great War" on American society and foreign policy.
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Norman T Hesterton
Fred Gollatz
U.S. State Department spokesman Mark Toner said the United States is "deeply concerned" about Turkish air strikes carried out on Tuesday in Iraq and Syria that killed U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters from the People's Protection Units (YPG).

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US State Department spokesman Mark Toner said the United States is deeply

Daily News Brief - April 26, 2017

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Fattah Mohammed
Jaix Brooks
Peter E Dycus
In 2017, NATO pursues several missions, including security assistance in Afghanistan, support for African Union forces in Somalia, and policing the skies over eastern Europe.

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In 2017 NATO pursues several missions including security assistance in Afghanistan support

Why NATO Matters Today

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Nick G. Petros
Jay Revaew
Women have played a crucial yet underappreciated role in relief efforts in the two years since a violent earthquake struck Nepal, killing 9,000 people.
Women have played a crucial yet underappreciated role in relief efforts in

How Women Are Rebuilding Nepal Post-Earthquake

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Shiv Rama
David Shehorn
It takes the Pentagon an average of 95 days to announce a civilian casualty and just 11 to announce the death of a “key leader" of a terrorist organization, writes CFR's Micah Zenko.
It takes the Pentagon an average of 95 days to announce a

How Pentagon Announces Killing Terrorists Versus Civilians

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Charlie Susan Hasselbach
Shiv Rama
David Cline
The May/June 2017 issue of Foreign Affairs is out! Take a look at what's inside: [ Foreignaffairs.com Link ]
The MayJune 2017 issue of Foreign Affairs is out Take a look at what's inside:
Michael Vasquez
Mark Schmit
Mark King
More than two hundred million people contract malaria, one of the world's deadliest diseases, each year. On #WorldMalariaDay, get the background on efforts to eradicate it by 2040.
More than two hundred million people contract malaria one of the worlds

Can Malaria Be Eradicated?

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Shiv Rama
Briggs G. Mueller
Carl Engeb
The U.S. Treasury Department announced sweeping sanctions against 271 employees of Syria's government agency for chemical weapons research, more than doubling the number of Syrian individuals and entities targeted by U.S. sanctions.

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The US Treasury Department announced sweeping sanctions against 271 employees of Syrias

Daily News Brief - April 25, 2017

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Bruce Dunlavy
Sergio Daniel
Shiv Rama
As we approach his hundredth day in office, learn how—or if—President Trump can carry out his foreign policy promises.
As we approach his hundredth day in office learn howor ifPresident Trump

Can Trump Carry Out His Foreign Policy Promises?

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John Malin
Anthony Gelish
Steven Blythe
OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría discusses present and future water challenges around the world. Watch live and let us know what you think!
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Ayach Abdouroihim
Hamid Farhad
Even if Emmanuel Macron wins the second round of the French presidential elections, populism will continue to challenge Europe's economy, writes CFR's Robert Kahn.
Even if Emmanuel Macron wins the second round of the French presidential

What's Next for Economic Policy in Europe?

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Chris Rhodes
Mark Schmit
James Alford
The second-round runoff in the French election is a referendum on globalization, with implications for the world, writes CFR's Philip Gordon.
The secondround runoff in the French election is a referendum on globalization

France's stage is set for final vote with consequences for the world

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