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Muslims make up about 1.6% of China’s population, accounting for around 22 million people. Get the background on the growth of religion in China
"With Growth Sagging, China Shifts Back to Socialism" - My latest Geo-Graphics blog post…
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Explore the new @CFR_WFP interactive report, featuring the first-ever global index that ranks countries on gender equality in the workplace: by @jamillebigio and @rvogelstein
European leaders decided to hold off a special #Brexit summit next month, stating that they were weeks or months away from settling outstanding issues, including the status of the Irish border. (Photo: Hannah McKay/Reuters)
#OnThisDay last year U.S.-backed forces captured ISIS’s de fact capital, Raqqa. The victory came three months after the capture of Mosul, which was also under ISIS control.
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How does increasing women’s economic participation boost GDP? Explore the new @CFR_WFP interactive report by @jamillebigio and @rvogelstein:
I am thrilled to announce that my book, #HowWeWin: How Cutting-Edge Entrepreneurs, Political Visionaries, Enlightened Business Leaders, and Social Media Mavens Can Defeat the Extremist Threat, will be released early next year! Please pre-order!
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What conflicts do you think U.S. policymakers should be concerned about in 2019? Let us know! via @CFR_CPA
Despite the financial stakes, most countries still have laws that make it harder for #women to work than men. Explore data on 189 countries in @CFR_WFP's interactive report: #Get2Equal
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More than 100 countries restrict the kinds of jobs women can hold. Does yours? Explore the new @CFR_WFP global index by @jamillebigio and @rvogelstein:
For the first time in recorded human history, bacteria, viruses, and other infectious diseases do not cause the majority of deaths or disability in any region of the world. @TomBollyky explains more in Plagues and the Paradox of Progress:
U.S. announces trade talks with allies amid China dispute. More in the Daily News Brief: (Photo: China Daily via Reuters)
America under President Trump is abdicating its important leadership role in the current world order, argue @IvoHDaalder and @JamesMLindsay in their new book, The Empty Throne
Most of the decline in infectious diseases in the U.S. occurred before the widespread availability of antibiotics and the development of most vaccines, explains @TomBollyky in a new book, Plagues and the Paradox of Progress:
Tell us what conflicts you think U.S. policymakers should be concerned about in 2019: via @CFR_CPA
Although inequality for women in the workforce persists worldwide, governments are beginning to understand the costs—and take action. Explore @CFR_WFP's global index that ranks countries on women’s workforce equality
#TheEmptyThrone, Council President @IvoHDaalder's new book with @JamesMLindsay is out today! The book is an inside portrait of the greatest shift in US foreign policy since the decision to retreat back into Fortress America after World War I. Learn more:
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Three More Billboards On The Long Road To Global Quality Health Care. Our blog in @Health_Affairs on the three recent @HQSSCommission @theNASEM @WorldBank @WHO reports on #quality & what needs to follow #GlobalQualityChasm #UHC #globalhealth…
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#TheEmptyThrone is out today! In it, @IvoHDaalder and I argue that President Trump’s focus on winning rather than leading is undermining America’s long term security and prosperity. Order your copy here: @public_affairs
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75 countries restrict women’s property rights, which impedes women’s entrepreneurship. Does yours? Learn more in the new @CFR_WFP interactive that @rvogelstein and I produced: #Get2Equal
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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Riyadh today for talks with Saudi King Salman over the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Subscribe to the Daily News Brief: (Photo: Leah Millis/Reuters)
Most countries still have laws that make it harder for women to work than men. Learn more with our new workplace equality ranking:
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Tell us what conflicts you think U.S. policymakers should be concerned about in 2019: via @CFR_CPA
The Syrian regime said it is ready to fight rebel groups in the northern province of Idlib, considered a final opposition stronghold, if they do not remove heavy weapons and fighters by a Monday deadline. More in the Daily News Brief:
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