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New Resources and Events from CFR




This month's bulletin features CFR's latest resources for teaching and learning about U.S. foreign policy and international relations, as well as upcoming opportunities to connect with CFR staff and experts in person. 


Transform your Classroom into the National Security Council

Bring real-world issues to life with Model Diplomacy, a free program from CFR that uses role-play to demonstrate the challenges of shaping foreign policy in an interconnected world. Choose from fourteen engaging hypothetical cases and adapt the program's robust resources to suit a range of desired learning outcomes. Register to create a free account today, and view the Quick Start Guide and "Using Model Diplomacy" resources to see how easy it is to use.



Creating a State Department Office for American State and Local Diplomacy
Alyssa Ayres



Policy Innovation Memoranda (PIM) target critical global and governance problems where new, creative thinking is needed. CFR Senior Fellow Alyssa Ayres argues for the creation of a new office within the State Department that would facilitate and provide advisory support to international trade delegations, sister-cities, and networks being developed by the U.S. at the state and municipal levels. Read the Policy Innovation Memorandum »



The President's Inbox
James M. Lindsay, Robert McMahon



Tune in each week as CFR Director of Studies James M. Lindsay and Managing Editor Robert McMahon discuss policy issues at the top of the President's inbox with a guest expert. Listen to the podcast »



October 13: Eighth Annual Back-to-School Event



CFR Campus invites professors and students to attend our annual Back-to-School event on Friday, October 13 at CFR's New York headquarters. This year we will feature a panel discussion with CFR Senior Fellows Edward Alden, Miles Kahler, and Shannon K. O'Neil on globalization and give an overview of our forthcoming educational product, World101. The program will conclude with a networking reception where you can interact with CFR department representatives and learn about career and internship opportunities at CFR.  Find out more and register here »

October 28-30: Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities Annual Conference



Connect with CFR representatives at the Hispanic Association of Colleges and University's (HACU) Thirty-First Annual Conference from October 28 to 30 in San Diego, California. Visit us at booth 419 in the exhibit hall to collect free publications, explore digital resources for the classroom, and learn more about CFR Campus.  Click here for more on CFR Campus »




Explainers include award-winning digital resources from CFR such as Backgrounders and Interactives. Regularly updated, they are a go-to resource to contextualize developments in international relations. Click here to view all Explainers »

Model Diplomacy

Model Diplomacy is a free program from CFR and the most comprehensive role-play simulation available. It enables students to gain knowledge, build skills, and broaden perspectives, featuring content informed by Council on Foreign Relations experts. Find out more about Model Diplomacy »

Teaching Notes

CFR Teaching Notes provide discussion questions, classroom activities, essay prompts, and supplemental readings for a variety of CFR resources.  View all CFR Teaching Notes »

Academic Conference Call Series

CFR hosts a series of conference calls each semester to provide an opportunity for students and educators to interact with CFR fellows and other leading experts. If you do not currently receive invitations for each call, please email with your name, email address, and academic affiliation.  Click here to view the Fall 2017 conference call schedule »


Call for Applications: CFR's International Affairs Fellowship

The International Affairs Fellowship for Tenured International Relations Scholars offers professors of U.S. foreign policy and international relations direct experience in the foreign policymaking field through placement in a U.S. government agency or international government organization for a period of twelve months. For more details on eligibility requirements, how to apply, and the application form, visit the program website. All application materials must be sent to by October 31, 2017.



The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is an independent, nonpartisan membership organization, think tank, and publisher dedicated to being a resource for its members, government officials, business executives, journalists, educators and students, civic and religious leaders, and other interested citizens in order to help them better understand the world and the foreign policy choices facing the United States and other countries. Founded in 1921, CFR takes no institutional positions on matters of policy.



CFR Campus promotes literacy in global affairs along with the fundamental skills needed to prepare citizens to meet the challenges of an evermore connected world. Through expanded community outreach, CFR Campus connects educators and students of all ages to CFR's analysis and award-winning publications, innovative digital learning products, and acclaimed programs for teaching and learning about international affairs. For more information, contact CFR Campus at 212.434.9837 or

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