A statement of support from the leadership team at the Pacific Council on International Policy.
As one of the six women who served as founding Directors of the Pacific Council in 1995, Dr. Susan Shirk saw the advantages of being part of the international policy organization early on.
A more inclusive and productive labor force will put Africa on the path toward sustainable and balanced economic growth, writes Aurelie Ngo Mambongo.
In May 1995, the Los Angeles Times interviewed Dr. Abraham Lowenthal about the founding of the Pacific Council on International Policy in an article titled “Redefining U.S. Foreign Policy by Focusing on the Pacific Rim.” In our 25th year, we share it from the archives.
Get to know our current crop of Junior Fellows! Next up: Stephany Triska of Cal State Long Beach.
A look back at some of the significant moments in the Pacific Council's history.
As part of the Pacific Council’s GTMO Observer Program, Philip Recht traveled to Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, to attend the pre-trial proceedings involving the U.S. prosecution against Abd Al Rahim Hussayn Muhammad Al-Nashiri, the alleged orchestrator of the bombing of the USS Cole in 2000. Read his Observer Dispatch.
The ferocity of reformist-hardline competition to shape the next parliament has dominated the political debates inside Iran and has obfuscated views of popular opinion about the elections, writes Banafsheh Keynoush.
The coronavirus serves as a reminder that diseases are political as well as biological, writes Ibrahim Al-Marashi.
Experts discussed the global spread of the coronavirus and its impact on international relations in a recent teleconference.
At a recent discussion co-hosted by the Pacific Council, the Los Angeles LGBT Center, and OutRight Action International, experts highlighted best practices for companies with a global presence that seek to support LGBTIQ communities everywhere they do work, writes Thomas Zimmerman.