Council on Foreign Relations
Bernard Schwartz is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and serves as a member of the Councilís Chairmanís Circle. The Council on Foreign Relations is the world’s foremost organization on promoting foreign policy and America’s role in the world. Through meetings of government officials, global leaders and Council members, and through its think tank and publications, the Council on Foreign Relations has been pressing foreign policy debate since 1921.
The Bernard L. Schwartz Senior Fellowship in Business and Foreign Policy
The Bernard L. Schwartz Senior Fellowship in Business and Foreign Policy was established in 2002 to focus on the global integration of financial markets and their significance for U.S. economic and foreign policy.
The fellowship supports the work of the council in examining competitiveness and foreign policy through lectures, special reports, roundtables and published articles.
Current Fellow Edward Alden was the former Washington bureau chief at the Financial Times. His current work examines United States visa policies, as well as American competitiveness in the areas of regulation, taxation, labor, technology, and trade, and their relevant overlap with national security issues.
The Bernard L. Schwartz Lecture on Business and Foreign Policy
An accompanying series to the Fellowship, the Lecture Series was also established in 2007 by Mr. Schwartz to focus on two areas:
February 19, 2013:
Progress Report to the Bernard and Irene Schwartz Foundation: The Renewing America Initiative and Program on U.S.
Competitiveness and Foreign Policy
November 29, 2012:
Schwartz Lecture Series: The Case for U.S. Multinationals
June 14, 2012:
The First Renewing America Progress Report and Scorecard: The Road to Nowhere
December 6, 2011:
Schwartz Lecture Series: A Conversation with Kenneth I. Chenault
March 30, 2011:
Schwartz Lecture Series: The Mobile Revolution - Driving the Next Wave of Productivity and Growth
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