The Pacific Council's VP of Initiatives, Megan Karsh, summarizes the Water Scarcity Field Foray in Sacramento.
AMLO has the opportunity to transform Mexico, writes Luis Rubio.
Africa's growing economy is attracting increased foreign investment in the "new scramble for Africa," writes USC students James Cutchin and Meijun Li.
Consuls General Carlos García de Alba and James Villeneuve discuss the benefits and downfalls of the new USMCA.
USC student Alexandra Chan recaps the PolicyWest 2018 session on U.S.-Mexico relations.
To truly be a transformational leader, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will need to revise his country's playbook on trade, writes Atman Trivedi.
China constitutes, for Mexico, an example and a challenge, a problem and a solution, all at the same time, writes Luis Rubio.
This week, Brazil’s election season is mired in controversy; the leaders of North and South Korea hold another summit; a second Brexit referendum is a possibility; and more.
While there are many reasons to distrust China, there are even more reasons to avoid blaming China because the root cause of America’s current economic anxiety has less to do with any decision made in Beijing, and much more to do with those made or not made in Washington, writes Benjamin Shobert.
This week, North and South Korea push for increased cooperation; NAFTA negotiators near a new deal; a UN report says both sides of the conflict in Yemen are responsible for human rights abuses; and more.
This week, Russia announces largest war games since the Cold War; NAFTA talks reportedly near completion; Korean families reunite; and more.