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The world this year (CFR, Dec 30, 2022)

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The World This Year

December 30, 2022

Explaining the U.S. Struggle With Migration in 2022

Spurred on by worsening economic and political crises across Latin America, migration to the United States reached record levels in 2022. Take a look at the year’s immigration stories

What Are the Trends to Follow in 2023?

Manjari Chatterjee Miller, J. Andrés Gannon, Inu Manak, Ebenezer Obadare, and Christopher M. Tuttle

Five CFR fellows highlight in charts and graphs some of the most pressing trends to follow in 2023, including the arms race in the Asia-Pacific and the growing U.S. political divide. Explore the trends

Looking Back at the Year’s Most Significant Events

James M. Lindsay

Future historians may come to regard 2022 as a hinge in history, marking the end of one era and the beginning of another. Review the ten most notable events of 2022

Ten Lessons From the Return of History

As 2022 comes to a close, there are important lessons from the year that we ignore at our peril. Read the analysis

Richard Haass

In this year-end episode of the Why It Matters podcast, three CFR fellows and CFR President Richard Haass explore the least-covered stories of 2022 and take a peek at what could await the world in 2023  Listen

Which countries head to the polls?

James M. Lindsay

Millions of people voted in 2022 in countries such as Colombia and France. But 2023 will see its share of consequential contests, as well. Here are the elections to watch

How Much Aid Has the U.S. Sent Ukraine in 2022?

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited U.S. President Joe Biden and the U.S. Congress to request aid in the ongoing war against Russia. These graphics illustrate the extraordinary level of support the United States has provided to Ukraine this year. View the charts

Global summits in 2023

Can the Global South and middle powers shape the multilateral agenda, or will institutional and geopolitical impasses stifle action? Eight major summits in 2023 will help provide an answer. Here’s what to look for at each summit

Five Foreign Policy Stories to Watch Next Year

James M. Lindsay

Some events are already likely to make headlines in 2023—and to absorb the time and energy of policymakers in the United States and abroad. Preview the stories

James M. Lindsay

Next year will see anniversaries of many significant events in world history, including fifty years since the signing of the Paris Peace Accords. Explore 2023’s anniversaries

In this special year-end podcast episode, CFR Senior Fellow Carla Anne Robbins joins James M. Lindsay and Robert McMahon to review the biggest events of 2022 and the stories to keep an eye on next year.

Inside CFR

Ambassador Katherine Tai discusses the role of trade policy in the global economy, current U.S. trade strategy, and the Joe Biden administration’s trade agenda for the year ahead. Watch the discussion

Panelists discuss the cost of China’s zero-COVID policy, the country’s dwindling economic growth, and the consequences of China’s economic slowdown at home and on its international economic relations. Watch the discussion



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