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June 10, 2016

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Republicans Unveil National Security Plan
 
SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE PAUL RYAN UNVEILS CONGRESSIONAL NATIONAL SECURITY TASK FORCE AT THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS. (KAVEH SARDARI/SARDARI GROUP)

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE PAUL RYAN UNVEILS CONGRESSIONAL NATIONAL SECURITY TASK FORCE AT THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS. (KAVEH SARDARI/SARDARI GROUP)

Members of the recently formed Congressional National Security Task Force discuss their goals for protecting the U.S. homeland, defending freedom, advancing U.S. interests, and renewing national security tools. Watch the discussion »

 
Foreign Policy at the Conventions
 

As the primary season draws to a close, Republicans and Democrats alike look to coalesce around a foreign policy vision next month. Read the Backgrounder »

CHANGING U.S.-INDIA RELATIONS

Obama's Legacy on U.S-India Relations
Alyssa Ayres

Earlier this week, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the United States. Like his two immediate predecessors, President Obama has made special efforts to expand ties with India, and in Modi, he has found an enthusiastic partner on clean energy. Read the op-ed »

 
A History of U.S.-India Relations
 

During his U.S. visit, Prime Minister Modi addressed the U.S. Congress. U.S.-Indian relations have warmed in recent years, recovering from Cold War-era distrust and estrangement over India's nuclear program. Explore the timeline »

 
How to Build an Alliance
Ashlyn Anderson and Amy J. Nelson

The U.S.-India defense relationship has entered a new phase that includes cooperation on the development of defense equipment. Read more on ForeignAffairs.com »

 
A U.S. SOLDIER IS DROPPED OFF FOR A MISSION WITH THE AFGHAN POLICE. (LUCAS JACKSON/REUTERS) / A WOMAN LEAVES A BOOTH TO CAST HER BALLOT DURING REGIONAL ELECTIONS IN MEXICO. (JOSE LUIS GONZALEZ/REUTERS) A U.S. SOLDIER IS DROPPED OFF FOR A MISSION WITH THE AFGHAN POLICE. (LUCAS JACKSON/REUTERS) / A WOMAN LEAVES A BOOTH TO CAST HER BALLOT DURING REGIONAL ELECTIONS IN MEXICO. (JOSE LUIS GONZALEZ/REUTERS)

A U.S. SOLDIER IS DROPPED OFF FOR A MISSION WITH THE AFGHAN POLICE. (LUCAS JACKSON/REUTERS) / A WOMAN LEAVES A BOOTH TO CAST HER BALLOT DURING REGIONAL ELECTIONS IN MEXICO. (JOSE LUIS GONZALEZ/REUTERS)

Deadlines Will Not Work in Afghanistan
Stephen D. Biddle

The U.S. objective in Afghanistan should be to end the war on terms Americans and Afghans can live with, but calendar deadlines make this almost impossible. Read the op-ed »

 
A Political Shift in Mexico?
Shannon K. O'Neil

Big losses for Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s party, the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), in this week’s gubernatorial elections spell trouble for its chances in the 2018 presidential election. Read more on Latin America's Moment »

 
Cash for Cybersecurity Clunkers
Robert Knake

The U.S. government needs to start exploring new public policy tools the country can use to address cybersecurity. Tax policy is one of them. Read more on Net Politics »

 
How Many Treasuries Does China Still Own?
Brad W. Setser

Unless China has pledged a big chunk of the Treasuries, Agencies, and equities visible in the Treasury International Capital data, China is not at all short on liquid reserves. Read more on Follow the Money »

In this week's podcast, James M. Lindsay and Robert McMahon discuss the Organization of American States' meeting in the Dominican Republic, German Prime Minister Angela Merkel's visit to China, and the battle for Raqqa in Syria. Listen to the podcast »

 

WORLD EVENTS CALENDAR

June 14
District of Columbia Primary
CFR Resources on: Campaign 2016 »

June 14—15
U.S. Federal Reserve Board Meets
CFR Resources on: Global Monetary Policy »

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INSIDE CFR

Executive Director of the Arctic Executive Steering Committee Mark F. Brzezinski, U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), Special Representative to the Arctic Robert J. Papp Jr., and CargoMetrics Chief Executive Officer Scott G. Borgerson discuss challenges for U.S. national security in the Arctic region. Watch the discussion »

 

Reforming the U.S. International Military Education Program

Reforming the U.S. International Military Education Program

The International Military Education and Training (IMET) program, which provides U.S. government funding to foreign allied militaries to train and take classes at U.S. military facilities, is a potentially powerful tool of U.S. influence, but is in need of significant reform, argues Joshua Kurlantzick in a new Policy Innovation Memorandum.

 
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