A statement of support from the leadership team at the Pacific Council on International Policy.
The president doesn’t seem to understand that the news service is not a U.S. propaganda arm, write Geoffrey Cowan and James Glassman.
April 28 marks 100 years since the Soviet Red Army invaded Azerbaijan and put an end to the very first secular democracy in the Muslim world—the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, writes Nasimi Aghayev.
Being born black is a life sentence of poorer health outcomes, writes Judy Belk.
Experts discussed artificial intelligence's potential to disrupt geopolitics on a recent teleconference.
We are pleased to announce the Pacific Council’s new podcast, available now on all of the major podcast hosting platforms.
The creation of the Pacific Council in 1995 piqued Linda Griego’s interest in international affairs and made it clear to her that LA was destined to become a global city.
As part of the Pacific Council’s GTMO Observer Program, Lynn Ta traveled to Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, to attend the pre-trial proceedings involving the U.S. prosecution against Majid Shoukat Khan. Read her Observer Dispatch.
The president has repeatedly chosen opportunism over public health, but crises should not be used for promoting restrictionist policies against immigrants, write Eliane Fersan and Kai Golden.
International consensus could possibly lay the foundation for Venezuelans to undertake the difficult but desperately needed turn to national reconciliation and reconstruction, write David Smilde and Abraham Lowenthal.
Juliette Kayyem, former Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, said the COVID-19 pandemic is unlike any other disaster that homeland security officials have had to deal with before and that everyone will have to be adaptive over the next two years.