While international attention focused on Trump’s disruptive behavior at the NATO Alliance Summit, Trudeau used NATO to try and bring stability to Iraq, writes Ibrahim Al-Marashi.
Asia is ready for India to step up as the United States withdraws, writes Atman Trivedi.
Pacific Council member Steve Miska has launched a project to Strategically Protect Soft Networks (SPSN), in conjunction with the Pacific Council on International Policy, to research and recommend policies to protect U.S. allies in conflict zones.
This week, resignations from the UK government imperil Brexit talks; Mexican President-elect AMLO announces a new border force; Ethiopia and Eritrea declare an end to war after 20 years of conflict; and more.
A delegation of Pacific Council members recently traveled to Seattle, Washington, to explore global policy at the nexus of business, national security, and innovation. Read about their key takeaways.
Terrorist organizations should not be allowed to provide basic social services when the United States and other governments can use public diplomacy to achieve those goals themselves, writes Madison Jones.
Afghanistan can pave the way for nationwide institutions that promote economic growth and sap the life from corruption and terrorism by establishing special economic zones that encourage good governance, writes Michael Castle Miller.
Former DEA Acting Administrator Chuck Rosenberg shared staggering facts and potential solutions related to the country's opioid crisis and how it intertwines with U.S. international relations.
This week, Germany agrees on a migration compromise; a leftist candidate wins Mexico’s presidential election by a landslide; North Korea continues to expand its nuclear program; and more.
Petty trade squabbles and a general neglect of Africa by the United States imperil larger opportunities, writes Grant Harris.