The coronavirus serves as a reminder that diseases are political as well as biological, writes Ibrahim Al-Marashi.
This week on Global Beat, Angela Merkel calls for a ban on veils in Germany; Buenos Aires fights sexual harassment in public; Shell does business in Iran; and more.
The Pacific Council's Fall 2016 Junior Fellows discuss what brought them to the Pacific Council, their experience as fellows, and their interests in international affairs.
As part of the First 100 Days interview series, the Honorable Michael C. Camuñez discusses how the Trump administration’s proposed policies will impact U.S.-Mexico bilateral relations, particularly day-to-day commerce, trade, and investment.
This week, the world reacts to the death of Cuba’s Fidel Castro; Zimbabwe releases a new currency; a conservative hard-liner emerges as France’s possible next president; and more.
In the spirit of fostering transatlantic dialogue, next week the Pacific Council's Justin Chapman will travel to Germany during the German Federal Foreign Office’s "Think Transatlantic" Study Tour, an informational visit for young writers and researchers of U.S. think tanks.
A Pacific Council delegation recently traveled to Honolulu, Hawaii, to explore U.S. foreign policy in the Asia-Pacific. Several key themes emerged from the visit, write Ashley McKenzie and Jamie Skiba.