Monthly Archives: April 2012

Iraq’s Path Forward

“This was not the Iraq the United States envisioned,” wrote Ned Parker, the Council on Foreign Relations press fellow, in his recent Foreign Affairs article. He cites that unemployment among young men hovers near 30%, allowing for easy recruitment to … Continue reading

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Humanitarian Honoree Speaks about Venezuela

The end of 2011 during DCFR’s annual holiday event, we honored Cristal Montanez Baylor of the Hashoo Foundation. Aside from her humanitarian role in helping women and families in Pakistan, her support for freedom for her fellow countrymen and women … Continue reading

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Navy Admiral Offers Perspective

DCFR had the honor to receive Navy Admiral Chris Sadler last week. To say that the security job performed by the U.S. Navy is wide ranging and far reaching is an understatement. Given that 70% of the globe is covered … Continue reading

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