A statement of support from the leadership team at the Pacific Council on International Policy.
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.
In a recent op-ed published by the Washington Post, Pacific Council member Andrew Selee confirms that money is indeed flowing over the U.S.-Mexico border, but it is actually going north, not south.
This week on Global Beat: Swiss voters rejected a guaranteed income from the government; Saudi Arabia attempts to move beyond its oil dependence; Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits Washington; and more.
Caroleen Williams reports on the recent parliamentary elections in Kazakhstan and President Nursultan Nazarbayev's firm grip on political power.
Brian Moore argues that in a charged political climate, clarity is needed where China has been a force for good and areas where praise and support are necessary.
The ongoing Syrian conflict has opened up a space for the country's women to shed more traditional gender roles and shape the nation’s civil and political discourse.
This week on Global Beat: Haiti gets ready for a new presidential election; a new report claims there are nearly 46 million slaves worldwide; the former president of Chad was convicted of crimes against humanity; and more.
Robert C. O'Brien reports from Taipei on the tenuous relationship between Taiwan and the People's Republic of China.
This week on Global Beat: The Peace Corps will be established in Vietnam for the first time in history; Santiago’s subway system will become the world’s first solar-powered metro; Greece and Kenya move to close down refugee camps; and more.