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June 17, 2016

The World This Week

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The United States and Global Terrorism
Micah Zenko
PEOPLE GATHER AT A VIGIL IN MEMORY OF THE VICTIMS ONE DAY AFTER A MASS SHOOTING AT A NIGHT CLUB IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA. (ADREES LATIF/REUTERS)

PEOPLE GATHER AT A VIGIL IN MEMORY OF THE VICTIMS ONE DAY AFTER A MASS SHOOTING AT A NIGHT CLUB IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA. (ADREES LATIF/REUTERS)

Florida's mass shooting adds the United States to a growing list of countries that have in recent years suffered terrorist attacks killing more than fifty people. Read more on Politics, Power, and Preventive Action »

 
Foiling the Next U.S. Mass Shooting
Karen J. Greenberg

Stricter gun laws and new civil society programs are needed to prevent the next mass shooting in the United States. Read the CFR interview »

DEBATING "BREXIT"

What Brexit Means for the United States
Richard N. Haass, John Fonte

British citizens will be voting on June 23 on a question that will affect not just the future of Europe, but also the future of the United States. Read the op-ed »

 
Brexit's Economic Shock
Sebastian Mallaby

Brexit advocates underestimate the severity of the political and economic shock that would follow a vote to "leave" the European Union. Read the op-ed »

 
Weighing the Consequences
Sebastian Mallaby, Stephen Booth, Robert Kahn, Roger Bootle, and Jonathan Eyal

Just how Brexit would affect the United Kingdom's economic trajectory, national security, and relationship with the broader EU is a topic of heated debate. Read the Expert Roundup »

 
Understanding Brexit
 

Advocates for Brexit argue that by reclaiming its national sovereignty, the UK can better manage immigration, free itself from onerous regulations, and spark more dynamic growth. But leaving the EU would carry major risks. Explore the Backgrounder »

 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN ARRIVES IN GREECE. (ALKIS KONSTANTINIDIS/REUTERS) / PROHIBITED FIREARMS WERE COLLECTED IN AUSTRALIA IN 1996 UNDER THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT'S BUY-BACK SCHEME. (DAVID GRAY/REUTERS) RUSSIAN PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN ARRIVES IN GREECE. (ALKIS KONSTANTINIDIS/REUTERS) / PROHIBITED FIREARMS WERE COLLECTED IN AUSTRALIA IN 1996 UNDER THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT'S BUY-BACK SCHEME. (DAVID GRAY/REUTERS)

RUSSIAN PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN ARRIVES IN GREECE. (ALKIS KONSTANTINIDIS/REUTERS) / PROHIBITED FIREARMS WERE COLLECTED IN AUSTRALIA IN 1996 UNDER THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT'S BUY-BACK SCHEME. (DAVID GRAY/REUTERS)

Putin's Future Is Uncertain
Stephen Sestanovich

Is President Vladimir Putin on a roll or on the ropes? A case can be made for both, and upcoming parliamentary elections might yield some surprises. Read the Expert Brief »

 
Comparing Gun Policy Around the World
 

Why do mass shootings occur more frequently in the United States than other major democracies? Read the Backgrounder »

 
What Does the Future Hold for the Rohingya?
Joshua Kurlantzick

Myanmar's Rohingya may be the most persecuted people on the planet, and nobody, including the United States, is doing anything to help. Read more on Asia Unbound »

An Audio Preview of the World Next Week

An Audio Preview of the World Next Week

In this week's special edition podcast, James M. Lindsay, Robert McMahon, and Elizabeth Saunders start off the summer with a discussion about the books they will be reading in the weeks ahead. Listen to the podcast »

 

WORLD EVENTS CALENDAR

June 23
British Referendum on the European Union
CFR Resources on: United Kingdom »

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INSIDE CFR

CFR's Sebastian Mallaby, Peterson Institute for International Economics' Adam Posen, the Brookings Institution's Constanze Stelzenmüller, and the German Marshall Fund of the United States' Michael Leigh discuss the political and economic implications of a Brexit, and the next steps following a "stay" or "leave" vote on June 23. Watch the discussion »

Experts from the U.S. Department of State and the United Nations discuss how the UN can provide more rapid, efficient, and reliable support to peace operations. Watch the discussion »

 

Tracking Political Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa

Tracking Political Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa

Although political violence in sub-Saharan Africa appears to have declined from a recent peak in early 2015, extremist groups and some national militaries continue to terrorize the region. Senior Fellow John Campbell's new interactive tool tracks political violence in the region. Explore the Security Tracker »

 
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