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October 27, 2011

Global
The World Next Week: October 27, 2011

A preview of world events in the coming week from CFR.org: NATO weighs an end to the Libya campaign; G20 leaders gather in Cannes; and the world's population is projected to reach 7 billion.

March 15, 2016

China
Podcast: Beyond the One-Child Policy

This week, Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and author of One Child: The Story of China’s Most Radical Experiment Mei Fong talks about her investigation into China’s more than three-decade commitmen…

Podcast Beijing baby stroller

December 15, 2016

Global
The World Next Year: 2017

In the coming year: populism remains on the ballot, great powers brace for change, challenges loom for news organizations, and the debate on automation and job creation continues.

January 25, 2017

United Kingdom
The President's Inbox: Brexit

CFR's James M. Lindsay, Robert McMahon, and Sebastian Mallaby examine President Donald Trump's priorities on Brexit.

Podcast Demonstrators supporting Brexit protest outside of the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain, November 23, 2016.

March 9, 2017

Global
The World Next Week: March 9, 2017

India's most populous state announces election results and Europe's first set of pivotal elections takes place in the Netherlands.

March 16, 2017

Diplomacy and International Institutions
Podcast: The End of the Asian Century?

Observers frequently characterize Asia as “emerging”, “ascendant”, or headed for an “inexorable rise”. But what if demographic, economic, and security trends are instead propelling the continent in a…

Podcast North Korean Troops

March 23, 2017

Turkey
Entrepreneurship, Erdogan, and Interrupting: A Conversation with Elmira Bayrasli

The wonderful Elmira Bayrasli joined me again for discussion that ranged from the rise of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to women’s role in shaping foreign policy. Elmira is a fellow in New A…

Podcast Cover art from World Policy Journal's 2016/2017 winter issue by Molly Crabapple.

December 6, 2017

Japan
Episode 8: The Character of Japanese Nationalism

Professor Thomas Berger examines the causes and constituencies of Japan’s contrasting nationalisms and how they interact with the national identities of Japan’s neighbors.

Podcast Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe salutes Japan's national flag as he reviews Japan Self-Defence Forces troops during an annual ceremony at Asaka Base in Asaka on October 27, 2013.

February 9, 2018

China
Podcast: How Chinese Millennials are Changing the World, One Selfie at a Time

Four hundred million strong, the number of young Chinese exceeds the combined population of the United States and Canada. And as China grows more prominent on the world stage, Chinese youth are emerg…

Podcast A woman poses for her self-portrait with her mobile phone while another works on a painting in front of a graffiti during the 2013 Beijing 798 Art Festival at the 798 Art Zone in Beijing October 8, 2013. The art zone, originally an unused factory, was transformed into a landmark of contemporary art in Beijing in the 1990s.

June 19, 2018

Europe
Transatlantic Tension With Célia Belin and Alina Polyakova

The Brookings Institution's Célia Belin, an expert on transatlantic relations and U.S. foreign policy toward Europe, and Alina Polyakova, an expert on European politics and far-right populism and nat…

Podcast Angela Merkel speaks to Donald Trump during the second day of the G7 meeting, 2018