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New Interactive Tracks Monetary Policy Developments

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The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has launched a new interactive tool to monitor developments in monetary policy around the world. Created by CFR Senior Fellow Benn Steil and Analyst Emma Smith, the tracker allows users to explore the policies of thirty-six central banks in fifty-four countries at any given point from 2006 to present day. Check out the interactive »

 

CHINA

China and the United States: A G2 Within the G20
 

CFR Senior Fellow Robert Kahn argues that greater collaboration between China and the United States—a Group of Two (G2) within the Group of Twenty (G20)—is required if the G20 is to be as effective in noncrisis times as it was in 2008. Read the newsletter »

 
The Significance of China's Thirteenth Five-Year Plan
 

Experts, including CFR Senior Fellow Brad W. Setser, analyze China's domestic economic policies and provide their perspectives on China's influence in Asia and around the world. Read the transcript / Watch the video »

 
A “Gut Check” on U.S.-China Policy
 

CFR Senior Fellow Elizabeth Economy examines U.S. policy toward China, the issues surrounding Chinese direct investment in the United States, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), and China's long-term political and economic objectives in an Asia Unbound blog post. Read the post »

 
New CFR Book: War By Other Means

New CFR Book: War By Other Means

The United States has forgotten how to use economic tools to advance its interests abroad and is losing ground as a world power, argue CFR Senior Fellows Robert D. Blackwill and Jennifer M. Harris in their new book, War by Other Means, which explores the statecraft of geoeconomics. 

Drawing on their combined foreign policy experience in both Republican and Democratic administrations, Blackwill and Harris urge the United States to give the same amount of attention to geoeconomic endeavors with allies and partners as to security cooperation, and offer a detailed set of policy prescriptions. Read more about the book »

 

ENERGY, CLIMATE, & SECURITY

Using Innovation to Fight Climate Change
 

Fighting climate change successfully will require sensible government policies to level the economic playing field between clean and dirty energy, but it will also require policies that encourage investment in new clean energy technology, argue CFR Fellow Varun Sivaram and Teryn Norris of ‎PIRA Energy Group in a Foreign Affairs article. Read the article »

 
The Best Price for Solar Power
 

For solar power to become truly mainstream, how much should it cost and is the industry on track to meet that target? CFR Fellow Varun Sivaram and Greentech Media's Shayle Kann tackle these questions in a new Nature Energy article. Read the article »

 
Paris Climate Agreement Faces Big Questions
 

On Earth Day, April 22, more than 130 countries signed an agreement that was reached at the UN climate change conference (also known as COP21) in Paris in December. CFR Senior Fellow Michael Levi discusses the challenges that lie ahead for countries implementing the accord's provisions and the issues that still remain to be resolved. Read the transcript / Listen to the audio »

 

Panama Papers Hint at Larger Problems

Leaked documents from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca have shaken governments around the world and will likely create pressure for more transparency in global finance, argues CFR Senior Fellow Edward AldenRead the article »

 

SELECTIONS FROM CGS IN THE NEWS

 
 
 

Why U.S. Economic Leadership Matters

Jacob J. Lew, secretary of the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and CFR Senior Fellow Sebastian Mallaby discuss how U.S. leadership of the global economic system has produced economic successes over the past seventy-plus years, and why sustaining that leadership and adapting it to present-day challenges are critical to future U.S. and global stability and prosperity. Watch the video / read the transcript » 

Read Jacob Lew's related Foreign Affairs article »

 

INSIGHTS ON THE NEWS FROM THE ARCHIVES

Looking Back at U.S. Immigration Policy
 

Immigration policy and border security are among the most important issues being debated in the 2016 presidential election. In his book, The Closing of the American Border: Terrorism, Immigration, and Security Since 9/11, CFR Senior Fellow Edward Alden offers an analysis of the economic and diplomatic costs of making it harder for foreigners to travel, live, and work in the United States. Alden argues for the need to restore the openness that had been the hallmark of U.S. immigration policy prior to 9/11. Read more about the book »

 
Implications of Low Oil Prices for Low-Carbon Technology and Climate Policies
 

Oil prices fell after top producers, including Russia and Saudi Arabia, failed to make a deal at a meeting earlier this month in Doha that would have capped their future output at level of this past January. What does continued oil market volatility mean for investment in alternative energy sources? A July 2015 report, summarizing insights from a CFR workshop on oil prices, low-carbon energy, and climate policy, examines the implications of relatively cheap oil for alternatives such as natural gas-fueled and electric vehicles and renewable energy. Read the report »

 

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Michael A. Levi
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Edward Alden
Bernard L. Schwartz Senior Fellow @edwardalden

Thomas J. Bollyky
Senior Fellow for Global Health, Economics, and Development @TomBollyky

Willem H. Buiter
Adjunct Senior Fellow

Blake Clayton
Adjunct Fellow for Energy
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Heidi Crebo-Rediker
Senior Fellow
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James P. Dougherty
Adjunct Senior Fellow for Business and Foreign Policy

Jennifer Harris
Senior Fellow
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Miles Kahler
Senior Fellow for Global Governance @MilesKahler
Robert Kahn
Steven A. Tananbaum Senior Fellow for International Economics

Robert E. Litan
Adjunct Senior Fellow

Sebastian Mallaby
Paul A. Volcker Senior Fellow for International Economics

Meghan L. O'Sullivan
Adjunct Senior Fellow

Kenneth S. Rogoff
Senior Fellow for Economics

Brad W. Setser
Senior Fellow

Varun Sivaram
Douglas Dillon Fellow
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Matthew J. Slaughter
Adjunct Senior Fellow for Business and Globalization
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A. Michael Spence
Distinguished Visiting Fellow @amspence98

Benn Steil
Senior Fellow and Director of International Economics
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