- Nearly 200 Background on the News fact sheets on world events and
- More than 300 exclusive expert interviews conducted by cfr.org consulting
editor Bernard Gwertzman, former editor-in-chief of nytimes.com, and former
foreign editor and diplomatic correspondent for the New York Times.
- A selection of Must Reads culled by the Council to point our audience to
the most innovative thinking on U.S. foreign policy.
- Region and issue briefs by Council scholars.
- Essential source documents ranging from constitutions and speeches to
international agreements and treaties.
- Articles and congressional testimony by Council fellows and other
- Timely on-the-record transcripts, audio files, videos, and webcasts from
CFR meetings in New York, Washington, DC, and around the country.
- A world events list with links to twenty-four global calendars.
- Nearly 100 links to national and international think tanks and their
- Independent Task Force Reports and Council Special Reports on today’s
most urgent issues.
- Advance highlights and excerpts from Foreign Affairs, recently ranked the
most influential media outlet in the United States, according to a study of
U.S. opinion leaders.
Monday, September 12, 2005
New CFR site
The Council on Foreign Relations launched an impressive new website last week which aims to be a "First-Stop Nonpartisan Resource on U.S. Foreign Policy and International Affairs"...according to their press release , “Cfr.org is Rapidly Becoming the Google for the Foreign Policy Set.”...no less! Features on the new site include: