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July 1, 2016

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Turkey Is in a Terrible Spot
Steven A. Cook
FRIENDS AND RELATIVES OF A VICTIM OF TUESDAY'S ATTACK AT ISTANBUL AIRPORT, CARRY HIS COFFIN DURING HIS FUNERAL. (OSMAN ORSAL/REUTERS)

FRIENDS AND RELATIVES OF A VICTIM OF TUESDAY'S ATTACK AT ISTANBUL AIRPORT, CARRY HIS COFFIN DURING HIS FUNERAL. (OSMAN ORSAL/REUTERS)

On Tuesday, an attack at Istanbul's Atatürk International Airport killed over forty people. Between a renewed conflict with the Kurds and the Syrian civil war, Turkey is in a terrible spot.  Read the op-ed »

 
America's Second Chance With India
Richard N. Haass

The relationship between India and the United States has evolved from one of cool distance to strategic proximity in a generation—lightning fast for geopolitics. Read the op-ed »

 
Passing Puerto Rico Debt Legislation
Brad W. Setser

PROMESA, the Puerto Rico debt legislation passed by Congress this week, provides the necessary fiscal oversight without overreaching and increases the odds that Puerto Rico can find a path back to growth and sound finances. Read the op-ed »

BREXIT: WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

What to Make of the Brexit
Richard N. Haass, Sebastian Mallaby

CFR President Richard N. Haass and Senior Fellow Sebastian Mallaby discussed Brexit's political and economic consequences and what this will mean for the United Kingdom and Europe as a whole.  Listen to the discussion »

 
A Look Ahead at the Implications
James M. Lindsay, Robert Kahn, Sebastian Mallaby

In this special edition of The World Next Week podcast, CFR experts examine the implications of the United Kingdom's referendum to leave the the European Union. Listen to the podcasat »

 
What Brexit Reveals About Rising Populism
Edward Alden

The United Kingdom's vote to leave the EU demonstrates that rising populism in Europe and the United States are both driven by voters who feel alienated from the benefits of globalization. Read the interview »

 
Exploring the Brexit in Cyberspace
David Fidler

A Brexit means the United Kingdom will no longer be subject to EU law, including on data protection, digital trade, cybersecurity, and more, raising questions about democratic self-governance, sovereignty, and cyberspace's future. Read more on Net Politics »

 
Brexit Threatens Global Growth
Robert Kahn

If policymakers respond effectively, the benefits could be substantial: a stronger global economy, and an ebbing of the political and economic forces now pressuring UK and European policymakers. Conversely, failure to address the growth risks could cause broader and deeper global economic contagion. Read more on Macro and Markets »

 
MEXICAN PRESIDENT ENRIQUE PENA NIETO, CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER JUSTIN TRUDEAU, AND U.S. PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA WALK TOGETHER AT THE NORTH AMERICAN LEADERS' SUMMIT. (KEVIN LAMARQUE/REUTERS) / NATO AND U.S. FLAGS FLUTTER OVER MILITARY AIR BASE IN LITHUANIA. (INTS KALNINS/REUTERS) MEXICAN PRESIDENT ENRIQUE PENA NIETO, CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER JUSTIN TRUDEAU, AND U.S. PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA WALK TOGETHER AT THE NORTH AMERICAN LEADERS' SUMMIT. (KEVIN LAMARQUE/REUTERS) / NATO AND U.S. FLAGS FLUTTER OVER MILITARY AIR BASE IN LITHUANIA. (INTS KALNINS/REUTERS)

MEXICAN PRESIDENT ENRIQUE PENA NIETO, CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER JUSTIN TRUDEAU, AND U.S. PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA WALK TOGETHER AT THE NORTH AMERICAN LEADERS' SUMMIT. (KEVIN LAMARQUE/REUTERS) / NATO AND U.S. FLAGS FLUTTER OVER MILITARY AIR BASE IN LITHUANIA. (INTS KALNINS/REUTERS)

How America Views Its Neighbors
Shannon K. O'Neil

President Obama met his counterparts at the North American Leaders' Summit this week, but Americans remain deeply suspicious of their neighbors—especially Mexico. Read more on Latin America's Moment »

 
NATO Examines Itself, Again
Stephen Sestanovich

At its Warsaw summit on July 8—9, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) should try to find better solutions to the problem of burden-sharing and a more sustainable strategy for managing tensions with Russia. Read the Expert Brief »

 
Cambodia Is Turning Toward Authoritarianism
Joshua Kurlantzick

As Prime Minister Hun Sen and the ruling Cambodian People's Party again take complete control of the kingdom, any hopes that Cambodia was headed toward a democratic transition have been fully dashed. Read more on Asia Unbound »

 
Rebooting the U.S.-Philippines Alliance
 

As the Philippines prepares to inaugurate a new president, this primer explores the long-lasting defense ties between Manila and Washington. Explore the Backgrounder »

 
Taking Advantage of North American Ties
Thomas Donilon

To make the most of North America's favorable position, President Barack Obama, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto should advance the process of integration that began two decades ago. Read more on ForeignAffairs.com »

An Audio Preview of the World Next Week

An Audio Preview of the World Next Week

In this week's podcast, James M. Lindsay and Elizabeth Saunders discuss the British government's challenges after the Brexit vote, the NATO summit in Poland, and a NASA spacecraft reaching Jupiter. Listen to the podcast »

 

WORLD EVENTS CALENDAR

July 8 - 9
NATO Summit in Warsaw, Poland
CFR Resources on: NATO »

View the Calendar »

INSIDE CFR

Central Intelligence Agency Director John O. Brennan discusses instability and transnational threats to global security. Watch the discussion »

 

Reconfiguring USAID for State-Building

Reconfiguring USAID for State-Building

In a new Policy Innovation Memorandum,"Reconfiguring USAID for State-Building," Max Boot and Michael Miklaucic argue that the United States should develop civilian capacity to foster better-functioning institutions in chaotic countries, and that the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) should lead such an effort.

 
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