A statement of support from the leadership team at the Pacific Council on International Policy.
Experts discussed how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact globalization in a recent teleconference.
We must address the extremely vulnerable situation of agricultural workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, writes Marcela Celorio.
Experts discussed the state of the war in Afghanistan in a recent teleconference.
As part of the Pacific Council’s GTMO Observer Program, Adam Barry traveled to Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, to attend the pre-trial proceedings involving the U.S. prosecution against Khalid Shaikh Mohammad and others accused of carrying out the 9/11 attacks. Read his Observer Dispatch.
In an era of uncertainty and economic and personal strain, we want you to know that the Pacific Council on International Policy is here for our members and the broader community.
Experts discussed the global COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the ongoing refugee crisis in a recent teleconference.
Monarch Global Strategies released a new report, Pandemics and Beyond: The Potential for U.S.-Mexico Cooperation in Public Health, which reviews past bilateral collaboration on epidemics, identifies a number of specific areas for additional public-private and private-private collaboration, and provides specific recommendations for policy actions to be taken once the crisis abates.
Especially in this moment of chaos and upheaval, we must remain vigilant in ensuring that the world’s most vulnerable are protected, writes Ann Durbin.
Experts discussed the impact of COVID-19 on Big Tech companies in a recent teleconference.
Washington should look anew at its relations with Pacific Island Countries, particularly as it begins to focus greater attention on the important role of the Melanesian states in Pacific architecture, writes C. Steven McGann.