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Council on Foreign Relations

The Council on Foreign Relations is both a news source and a non-partisan think tank with a long history (since 1921) of offering in-depth coverage of U.S. foreign policy and world affairs. Authors provide daily analysis on current world events as well as news by region and issue. Blogs and reports on major news st
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The Council on Foreign Relations is both a news source and a non-partisan think tank with a long history (since 1921) of offering in-depth coverage of U.S. foreign policy and world affairs. Authors provide daily analysis on current world events as well as news by region and issue. Blogs and reports on major news stories are also available. Many subjects are presented with a background overview, helping students to grasp the historical importance of the event.

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