The United States has been through crises of confidence before, and it is now time to regain our confidence that the American way is alive and well on the world stage, write Condoleezza Rice and Philip Zelikow.
This week on Global Beat: North American nations make a massive clean power pledge; Turkey reels from a terrorist attack on Istanbul's Atatürk Airport; the Iraqi military pushes the Islamic State out of Fallujah; and more.
In an interview on CNBC's The Rundown, Pacific Council Board member Michael C. Camuñez remarks on the 'Three Amigos' summit in Ottawa, and says that Mexican, Canadian and U.S. leaders share a common economic vision of North America.
The relationship between the United States and China is more important today than at any time in history. Check out our new report, from Pacific Council President and CEO Jerrold D. Green, Communications Associate Justin Chapman, and Events Officer Alexandre Moore.
Whether the Guantánamo Bay prison is eventually closed or not, the Obama administration can still give the remaining detainees due process by removing the inefficiencies in the Military Commission Hearings.
This week on Global Beat: the United Kingdom votes to leave the European Union; Panama unveils a $3.1 billion canal expansion plan; women's rights in Saudi Arabia begin to surface; and more.
Madison Webb reflects on what she learned at the World Health Organization's 69th Annual World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland.
Dr. George Perkovich argues that the Iran nuclear deal could provide opportunities to strengthen the global nonproliferation regime.
This week on Global Beat: Afghanistan opens an all-women’s coding school; U.S.-based airplane producer Boeing announces a contract with Iran; African nations aim to end child marriage; and more.
In a Los Angeles Times op-ed addressed to Britons, Pacific Council member Justin Hughes advises them to vote their conscience in the upcoming "Brexit" referendum, rather than letting politicians scare them one way or the other.
A Pacific Council delegation recently traveled to Central Asia to explore the region’s economy, unique culture, and political environment.