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CFR Events Audio

Virtual Meeting: Combating Online Misinformation

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Panelists discuss the roles of the government and private sector in combating online misinformation and safeguarding freedom of expression.

Aug 06 2020

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Virtual Meeting: A Conversation with House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn

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House Majority Whip James Clyburn discusses the latest on Congress's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aug 03 2020

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Responding to COVID-19 and Racism: Learning From Faith Communities

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Jul 30 2020

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Virtual Meeting: CFR Master Class Series With John Campbell

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John Campbell discusses Nigeria, its history, colonial legacy, and strategic importance to the United States.

Ambassador Campbell argues that Nigeria is the African country of greatest strategic importance to the United States, but it remains poorly understood. Unlike a conventional nation-state, Nigeria is run by a small cartel of self-serving elites who cooperate just enough to divvy up state oil revenue among themselves and their clients, but otherwise do little to improve the lot of the vast majority of Nigerians. How did it get this way? The answer lies in British indirect rule, a half-baked independence movement, a deadly civil war, and a generation of rapacious military rule that coincided with the oil boom.  

The CFR Master Class Series is a weekly 45-minute session hosted by Vice President and Deputy Director for Studies Shannon O’Neil in which a CFR fellow will take a step back from the news and discuss the fundamentals essential to understanding a given country, region of the world, or issue pertaining to U.S. foreign policy or international relations.

Jul 29 2020

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Election Administration and Mail-in Voting

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Jul 28 2020

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Reporting on Local Health Systems

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Jul 23 2020

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Higher Education Webinar: Campus Health and Safety

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Preeti N. Malani, chief health officer and professor of medicine in the division of infectious diseases at the University of Michigan, discusses campus health and safety measures to be taken for the fall term.

Jul 22 2020

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Virtual Roundtable: Prospects for Peace in Afghanistan

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More than four months after the United States and the Taliban signed an agreement to start a peace process, meaningful steps toward an intra-Afghan peace deal have yet to take place. With multiple hurdles to successful talks, including questions about the Taliban’s interest in a deal and about the future makeup of the Afghan state, there remains a real risk of the peace process stalling or collapsing entirely. Our speakers, Seth G. Jones, Center for Strategic and International Studies, and Laurel Miller, International Crisis Group, discuss a recent Contingency Planning Memorandum on the possibility of a failed Afghan peace deal and what U.S. policymakers can do to prevent it.

Jul 16 2020

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Virtual Meeting: The China-India Border Crisis

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Speakers discuss the recent China-India border skirmish, heightened tensions between both countries, the economic and military ramifications of the crisis, and geopolitical influence in South Asia.

Jul 16 2020

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Virtual Roundtable: Scotland's Place in the World: Brexit and Pandemic Recovery

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Jul 15 2020

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Resurgence of COVID-19

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Jul 14 2020

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Virtual Meeting: Unrest at Home and U.S. Foreign Policy

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Panelists discuss international perceptions of the United States and how the current domestic unrest may affect the country’s ability to promote global democracy and human rights.

Jul 13 2020

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COVID-19 Resurgence

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Jul 09 2020

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Virtual Meeting: The Insurrection Act and the Future of Civil-Military Relations

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Speakers discuss the Insurrection Act of 1807, the legalities surrounding use of the Act, the history of civil-military relations in the United States, and the role of the military in defending or suppressing civil unrest in U.S. democracy.

Jul 08 2020

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Higher Education Webinar: Racial Equity Initiatives in Higher Education

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Shaun R. Harper, provost professor in the Rossier School of Education and Marshall School of Business, Clifford and Betty Allen chair in urban leadership, and executive director of the Race and Equity Center at the University of Southern California, discusses racial equity initiatives in higher education.

Jul 08 2020

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Virtual Meeting: CFR Master Class Series With Stephen Sestanovich

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Stephen Sestanovich discusses retrenchment in U.S. foreign policy, including a look at past periods of retrenchment and the implications they have for today's foreign policy debate. 

The CFR Master Class Series is a weekly 45-minute session hosted by Vice President and Deputy Director for Studies Shannon O’Neil in which a CFR fellow will take a step back from the news and discuss the fundamentals essential to understanding a given country, region of the world, or issue pertaining to U.S. foreign policy or international relations.

Jul 08 2020

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Religion and Anti-Racism

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Jul 07 2020

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Virtual Meeting: A Conversation With ICC President Chile Eboe-Osuji

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International Criminal Court (ICC) President Chile Eboe-Osuji discusses the purpose and value of the ICC’s work and the ICC’s relationship with the United States.

Jul 06 2020

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Virtual Meeting Dedicated to Martin Feldstein: World Economic Update

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The World Economic Update highlights the quarter’s most important and emerging trends. Discussions cover changes in the global marketplace with special emphasis on current economic events and their implications for U.S. policy. This series is presented by the Maurice R. Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studies and is dedicated to the life and work of the distinguished economist Martin Feldstein.

Jul 02 2020

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Virtual Roundtable: International Trade and Women’s Rights

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As research definitively establishes a link between gender equality and global prosperity, more countries have sought to remove the economic barriers women face and foster their participation. In the United States, Congress is taking steps to ensure that U.S. trade policies enable opportunities for and do not discriminate against women: Senators Bob Casey (D-PA) and Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) recently introduced legislation to strengthen standards for women’s and workers’ rights for countries receiving U.S. trade preferences. Senator Bob Casey, Senator Catherine Cortez Masto, and Heather Hurlburt discuss why and how U.S. trade policy should protect and promote women’s rights and opportunities.

Jul 02 2020

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But turn UP the audio volume!!

By scoutshonor - Apr 20 2013
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Great content but its sooooo quiet! Turn up your volume!

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By Mattbl09 - Apr 19 2013
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Great great content, but please turn up the volume!