2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the Pacific Council on International Policy. Throughout the year ahead, we will highlight significant moments and people from our history but also look forward to the next phase of our work. Join us!
Options are dwindling and time is running out for the United Kingdom to negotiate a deal to leave the European Union, experts told Pacific Council members in a teleconference on Brexit.
U.S. policy toward China should strongly emphasize pressure and deterrence, while acting multilaterally rather than unilaterally, experts said in the second installment of the Edgerton Series on Responding to a Rising China.
Just as the U.S. digital copyright law inspired Europe to adopt safe harbors for online companies in the earliest days of the internet, Europe’s new copyright law may inspire Washington to rethink how and how much creative professionals are paid—including by social media titans—in a vastly different and richer digital economy, writes Justin Hughes in the Los Angeles Times.
While the United States and the European Union have disagreements about trade policy and business practices, they remain committed to partnership when it comes to security, U.S. Ambassador to the E.U. Gordon Sondland told Pacific Council members.
Less than a month after a gunman killed 50 people at two mosques in New Zealand's deadliest mass shooting, the type of weapons used by the gunman are now banned under dramatic new legislation that has effectively rebuilt New Zealand’s gun laws overnight, reports Pacific Council member Ani Ucar and Andrew Potter for Vice News.
The Pacific Council has published our 2018 annual report, which tells the story of our impact over the past year—and yours.
Amid the national debate about immigration and border policy and a recent surge of Central American asylum seekers, Pacific Council delegates traveled to El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, to gain firsthand experience and knowledge of the situation on the ground. Read about what they learned.
Pacific Council Operations Officer Chaka Jones discusses his experience working for the Council over the past two decades.
Read an article by Jaime Torres of El Diario about the Pacific Council's delegation to El Paso, Texas.
To avoid a breakdown in the crucially important U.S.-China bilateral relationship, the United States and China should seek negotiated solutions to priority issues whenever possible and erect prudent guardrails to keep the relationship from running further off the tracks, write Orville Schell, Susan Shirk, and Barry Naughton ahead of their discussion on April 1 as part of the Pacific Council’s Edgerton Series on Responding to a Rising China.