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Idealism as Realism in the Middle East
CFR Book
Idealism as Realism in the Middle East  
 

Realism and Democracy, the new book by Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies Elliott Abrams, explores American policy toward the Middle East following the Arab Spring. Drawing on forty years of experience in human rights and Middle East policy, Abrams explores why supporting democracy in the Middle East is a pragmatic, as well as an idealistic, course of action. Read more »

 
Renegotiating NAFTA for the Digital Future
Report
Renegotiating NAFTA for the Digital Future  
 

In a report from the Digital and Cyberspace Policy program, Anupam Chander recommends that in renegotiating NAFTA, the Trump administration should seek rules limiting data localization, promote a balanced approach to intellectual property protections, support cross-border privacy rules, and remove barriers that hinder the trade of services. Read more »

 
Innovating Global Governance in an Era of Isolationism
Memo Series
Innovating Global Governance in an Era of Isolationism  
 

A nine-essay volume from the International Institutions and Global Governance program examines the institutionalization of global cooperation over the past three decades, innovations in global governance, and the challenges facing institutions involved in such cooperation. Read more »

 
Avoiding an Israel-Hezbollah Conflict
Report
Avoiding an Israel-Hezbollah Conflict  
 

Daniel C. Kurtzer notes in a new report that relations between Israel and Hezbollah are connected to the situation in the region as a whole and recommends several actions that the United States could use to "minimize the possibility of miscalculation and unintended escalation from developing into war." Read more »

 
How to Disrupt the Finances of Insurgents, Criminals, and Dictators
Report
How to Disrupt the Finances of Insurgents, Criminals, and Dictators  
 

Jodi Vittori argues that lax U.S. laws regarding the disclosure of companies' ownership information enable "narcotics traffickers, human smugglers, terrorist networks, and kleptocrats" to hide their assets in a way that often "weaken[s] U.S. national security," and urges Congress to pass legislation to counter the problem. Read more »

 
Preparing the World for a Smaller U.S. Petroleum Reserve
Report
Preparing the World for a Smaller U.S. Petroleum Reserve  
 

Jennifer M. Harris cautions that downsizing the United States' Strategic Petroleum Reserve based solely on the country's growing energy independence would increase global exposure, and recommends that U.S. policy aim for a scenario in which other large oil consumers work to restore the global reserve baseline. Read more »

 
Measuring the Resilience of Oil-Exporting Economies
Report
Measuring the Resilience of Oil-Exporting Economies  
 

"Few prices matter more to the world economy than the price of oil," write Brad W. Setser and Cole Frank, but the commonly used measure, the fiscal breakeven price, has major limitations. Using external breakevens (the cost of importing oil that allows the oil-exporting country to balance its budget) could make calculations more consistent and enable more useful analyses. Read more »

 
 
Considering American Sovereignty

Considering American Sovereignty

In October, Stewart Patrick's new book, The Sovereignty Wars: Reconciling America with the World, about America's struggle between sovereignty and international cooperation, will be released. Preorder your copy.

 

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