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June 3, 2016

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Reflecting on Obama's Visit to Hiroshima
Sheila A. Smith
U.S. PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA PUTS HIS ARM AROUND JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER SHINZO ABE AFTER LAYING WREATHS AT THE HIROSHIMA PEACE MEMORIAL. (CARLOS BARRIA/REUTERS)

U.S. PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA PUTS HIS ARM AROUND JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER SHINZO ABE AFTER LAYING WREATHS AT THE HIROSHIMA PEACE MEMORIAL. (CARLOS BARRIA/REUTERS)

President Barack Obama's plea during his trip to Hiroshima to avoid the call of nationalism and competition, and to instead seek the path of diplomacy and compromise could not come at a better time for Asia. Read more on Asia Unbound »

 
Global Terrorism Poses Small Threat to U.S.
Micah Zenko

The findings from the U.S. State Department's Country Reports on Terrorism: 2015 reveal that, despite accusations that Americans are less safe from terrorists, terrorism continues to pose an extremely small threat to the United States and its citizens. Read more on Politics, Power, and Preventive Action »

CONFRONTING GLOBAL HEALTH CRISES

Back to the Future of Global Health Security
Thomas Bollyky and Steve Davis

To improve pandemic preparedness we must embrace the hard-won lessons of the past decade in global health. Read the Expert Brief »

 
Financing the WHO
Laurie Garrett

It will take a lot more than minor reorganization and promises of cash to prepare the World Health Organization (WHO) and its 194 member nations for current and future epidemics. Read the op-ed »

 
A Primer on the Zika Virus
 

In the United States, two hundred million people live in areas that could be affected by Zika in warmer months. The virus could become a permanent fixture in these areas. Read the Backgrounder »

 
Grading Cooperation on Global Health
Council of Councils

Global think tank leaders awarded a B+ to international efforts to promote global health in 2015, reflecting on the belated success of the international response to the deadliest-ever Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Read the report card »

 
SUPPORTERS HOLDING BANNERS CROSS THE ROAD DURING A SUPPORTERS HOLDING BANNERS CROSS THE ROAD DURING A

SUPPORTERS HOLDING BANNERS CROSS THE ROAD DURING A "VOTE LEAVE" EVENT IN LONDON. (NEIL HALL/REUTERS) / A HAND MOVES A MOUSE OVER THE GOOGLE AND EUROPEAN UNION LOGOS. (DADO RUVIC/REUTERS)

Brexit Is Bad for Both UK and EU
Steven Blockmans and Michael Emerson

A British departure from the Europe Union would have far-reaching consequences for both the United Kingdom and the European Union, no matter how well the transition is handled. Read the Council of Councils memo »

 
A New Framework for Cross-Border Data Flows
Karen Kornbluh

The United States can improve data privacy standards and promote the free flow of digital information by building on several recent diplomatic successes. Read the Cyber Brief »

 
What Drove China’s Large Reserve Sales?
Brad W. Setser

China never was going to transition from one of the most heavily managed currencies in the world to a free float overnight. The key question has always been how China will manage its currency, not whether China will manage its currency. Read more on Follow the Money »

 
Keeping the Anticorruption Boom Going
Matthew M. Taylor

The Panama Papers created a window of opportunity for reform, but success will require a sustained campaign that makes it clear how it is in the United States' best interest to staunch the flow of illicit funds around the world. Read more on Latin America's Moment »

An Audio Preview of the World Next Week

An Audio Preview of the World Next Week

In this week's podcast, Robert McMahon and Edward Alden discuss the last major contest for the U.S. presidential nominations, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to the U.S. Congress, and Switzerland's vote on a basic universal income. Listen to the podcast »

 

WORLD EVENTS CALENDAR

June 5
Peru's General Election
CFR Resources on: Peruvian Election »

June 7
U.S. Primaries in California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, and South Dakota
CFR Resources on: Campaign 2016 »

View the Calendar »

INSIDE CFR

Secretary of the Navy Raymond E. Mabus discusses the U.S. Navy’s commitment to renewable energy. Watch the discussion »

Time magazine's Rana A. Foroohar, Foreign Policy Institute's John P. Lipsky, Columbia Business School's Joseph E. Stiglitz, and Dartmouth College's Peter R. Fisher discuss the effects of U.S. finance on global growth. Watch the discussion »

Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard discusses the economic outlook of the United States and the monetary policies of the U.S. Federal Reserve. Watch the discussion »

 

New From Foreign Affairs: "Cuba Libre?"

New From Foreign Affairs:

In a new anthology, Foreign Affairs examines U.S.-Cuban relations from revolution to rapprochement. Explore the anthology »

 
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