Council on Foreign Relations

Publisher Description

Founded in 1921, the Council on Foreign Relations 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. The Council sponsors several hundred meetings each year, provides up-to-date information and analysis on its website (CFR.org), and publishes Foreign Affairs, the preeminent journal in the field, as well as dozens of other reports and books by noted experts.

Journals in JSTOR from Council on Foreign Relations
1 Journal in JSTOR Date Range
Foreign Affairs 1922 - 2013
The Journal of International Relations 1919 - 1922
The Journal of Race Development 1910 - 1919
Research Reports in JSTOR from Council on Foreign Relations
49 Research Reports in JSTOR Date
Addressing Cyber Threats to Oil and Gas Suppliers 2013
Addressing the Risk of a Cuban Oil Spill 2012
After Copenhagen: Climate Governance and the Road Ahead 2010
Beating the Resource Curse:: Global Governance Strategies for Democracy and Economic Development 2012
Breaking the Stalemate in U.S.-ROK Nuclear Cooperation Negotiations 2014
The Canadian Oil Sands: Energy Security vs. Climate Change 2009
The Case for Allowing U.S. Crude Oil Exports 2013
“The Case for US and Canadian Cooperation in the Melting Arctic”: Written Testimony before a hearing of the Senate Standing Committee on Fisheries and Oceans on “a current and evolving policy framework for managing Canada's fisheries and oceans” 2008
China’s Environmental Governance Crisis 2013
China’s Green Energy and Environmental Policies 2010
Climate Change: Debating America’s Policy Options 2004
Climate Change and National Security: An Agenda for Action 2007
Confronting Climate Change:: A Strategy for U.S. Foreign Policy 2008
Energy Innovation: Driving Technology Competition and Cooperation Among the United States, China, India, and Brazil 2010
Energy Security: An Agenda for Research 2010
Eurasian Energy Security 2009
Geopolitical Consequences of U.S. Natural Gas Exports 2013
The Geopolitical Potential of the U.S. Energy Boom 2014
The Global Green Growth Institute: On a Mission to Prove Green Growth: Green Growth Quarterly Update II-2012 2012
Harnessing International Institutions to Address Climate Change 2010
How to Make Fuel Subsidy Reform Succeed 2014
Implications of Reduced Oil Imports for the U.S. Trade Deficit 2014
Improving Energy Market Regulation: Domestic and International Issues 2011
Lessons Learned From the 2011 Strategic Petroleum Reserve Release 2012
The National Interest and the Law of the Sea 2009
National Security Consequences of U.S. Oil Dependency 2006
Nuclear Energy: Balancing Benefits and Risks 2007
Nuclear Power in South Korea’s Green Growth Strategy: Green Growth Quarterly Update III-2013 2013
Oil Prices, Low-Carbon Energy, and Climate Policy 2015
Oil Security and Conventional War: Lessons From a China-Taiwan Air Scenario 2013
Population and Environment Connections: The Role of U.S. Family Planning Assistance in U.S. Foreign Policy 2011
Prepared Statement of Michael A. Levi David M. Rubenstein Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment Council on Foreign Relations Before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources: United States Senate November 17, 2009 2009
Rare Earth Elements and National Security 2014
Russia’s Wrong Direction:: What the United States Can and Should Do 2006
The Shale Gas and Tight Oil Boom:: U.S. States’ Economic Gains and Vulnerabilities 2013
A Sino-Japanese Clash in the East China Sea 2013
Smart Countries, Foolish Choices 2008
Spillovers From Falling Oil Prices:: Risks to Mexico and the United States 2014
Statement of Scott G. Borgerson Visiting Fellow for Ocean Governance at the Council on Foreign Relations Before the Committee on Foreign Affairs: U.S. House of Representatives Washington, DC March 25, 2009 2009
Statement of Scott G. Borgerson Visiting Fellow for Ocean Governance at the Council on Foreign Relations Before the Committee on Foreign Relations: U.S. Senate Washington, DC May 5, 2009 2009
Strategic Energy Policy: Challenges for the 21<sup>ST</sup> Century 2001
STRATEGIC ENERGY POLICY UPDATE 2001
The Strategic Importance of North America to U.S. Interests 2015
A Strategy to Advance the Arctic Economy 2012
Testimony of Elizabeth Economy C.V. Starr Senior Fellow and Director, Asia Studies Council on Foreign Relations Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee United States Senate: Hearing on “Challenges and Opportunities for U.S.-China Cooperation on Climate Change” June 4, 2009 2009
Testimony to Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives Hearing on “Advancing Technology for Nuclear Fuel Recycling: What Should Our Research, Development, and Demonstration Strategy Be?” 2009
Three Hurdles for Emissions Trading Scheme: ROK Green Growth Quarterly Update I-2012 2012
Toward an Angola Strategy:: Prioritizing U.S.-Angola Relations 2007
Using Oil Taxes to Improve Fiscal Reform 2013

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