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Membership• Elliott Abrams
• Edward Alden
• Paul J. Angelo
• Alyssa Ayres
• Henri J. Barkey
• John B. Bellinger III
• Caroline Bettinger-Lopez
• Richard K. Betts
• Stephen D. Biddle
• Jamille Bigio
• Robert D. Blackwill
• Brian Blankenship
• Célestine Bohlen
• Thomas J. Bollyky
• Max Boot
• Luciana L. Borio
• Reuben E. Brigety II
• Karen B. Brooks
• Willem H. Buiter
• John Campbell
• Jared Cohen
• Jerome A. Cohen
• Steven A. Cook
• Heidi Crebo-Rediker
• Thomas E. Donilon
• James P. Dougherty
• Jon A. Eberlan
• Elizabeth C. Economy
• Richard A. Falkenrath
• David P. Fidler
• Walker M. Field
• Jon Finer
• Robert C. Francis Jr.
• Jendayi E. Frazer
• Tom Frieden
• Michael Froman
• Michelle Gavin
• Julian Gewirtz
• Gordon M. Goldstein
• Philip H. Gordon
• Thomas Graham
• Richard N. Haass
• Alice C. Hill
• Jennifer Hillman
• Bruce Hoffman
• Yanzhong Huang
• Martin S. Indyk
• Miles Kahler
• Mark G. Kappelmann
• Raymond W. Kelly
• Robert K. Knake
• Charles A. Kupchan
• Joshua Kurlantzick
• Daniel Kurtz-Phelan
• Gayle Tzemach Lemmon
• James M. Lindsay
• Sebastian Mallaby
• Matthias Matthijs
• Robert McMahon
• Brian K. Muzás
• Jennifer Nuzzo
• Shannon K. O'Neil
• Farah Pandith
• Stewart M. Patrick
• Catherine Powell
• Mira Rapp-Hooper
• Carla Anne Robbins
• John D. Rockefeller IV
• Kenneth S. Rogoff
• Gideon Rose
• Robert E. Rubin
• David Sacks
• David J. Scheffer
• Adam Segal
• Stephen Sestanovich
• Brad W. Setser
• Sheila A. Smith
• Scott A. Snyder
• A. Michael Spence
• Paul B. Stares
• Benn Steil
• Meighan Stone
• Ray Takeyh
• John C. Vann
• Rachel B. Vogelstein
• Matthew C. Waxman

The Council on Foreign Relations' David Rockefeller Studies Program — CFR's "think tank"—is home to more than seventy full-time, adjunct, and visiting scholars and practitioners. Their expertise covers the world's major regions as well as the critical issues shaping today's global agenda,[1] and sets the agenda for the broader US establishment.

Their output includes plans for how to rule of other countries, like their "The Day After in Venezuela"[2], where the country is compared to other regime changes: “Whether post-Maduro Venezuela devolves into anarchy and conflict, like Afghanistan, or follows the path to full democracy, like Chile, will depend on how Venezuelan authorities and its international partners manage the transition in its earliest days.”




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