In response to the Nigerian government’s failure to provide basic services like safe water, several insurgent groups have arisen to take matters into their own hands, writes Marcus DuBois King.
Author and columnist Max Boot discusses his departure from the Republican Party and the way forward for American global leadership.
This week, U.S. elections may affect foreign policy; North Korea cancels nuclear talks; Disagreements continue over Rohingya repatriation; and more.
Pacific Council member Philip Seib writes about presidential authority during wartime in his review of the book, Presidents of War.
PolicyWest panelists Akhil Rao and Therese Jones speak about global space collaboration with USC student Lulit Tadesse.
AMLO has the opportunity to transform Mexico, writes Luis Rubio.
A panel discussion focusing on Strategically Protecting Soft Networks to support interpreters, advisors, and contractors assisting the U.S. in conflict zones.
Los Angeles Times owner Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong discusses the future of the media at PolicyWest.
As U.S.-China tensions heat up, America's relationship with Taiwan is having a renaissance, writes James Cutchin.
This week, Angela Merkel announces resignation; Brazil's Bolsonaro wins election; the United States reaffirms support for Taiwan; and more.
The current populist wave is unsustainable - unless it transforms into a "responsible populism," argues Jamie Fly.