The coronavirus serves as a reminder that diseases are political as well as biological, writes Ibrahim Al-Marashi.
Madison Webb, the Pacific Council's Foundation Officer, is heading to Geneva, Switzerland as a delegate to the 69th annual World Health Assembly, the supreme decision-making body of the World Health Organization. Here's what you need to know.
This week on Global Beat: police and protesters clash in Venezuela; China scrambles fighter jets in response to a U.S. warship in the South China Sea; WHO declares the Ebola crisis over in Liberia; and more.
This week on Global Beat: Puerto Rico’s debt crisis deepens; the king of Spain dissolves parliament; Doctors Without Borders slams the UN Security Council; Kenya burns the largest stockpile of ivory in history; and more.
This week on Global Beat: Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment drama continues; India and Pakistan attempt to mend fences; China clamps down on foreign NGOs; and more.
Spring Conference was filled with debates and exchanges on discussions ranging from China's economy and Russia's foreign policy to Gitmo and the future of global energy, Iran, and global health. Read the notable insights!
In 2015, the world witnessed the worst refugee and migrant crisis in seven decades as millions fled extreme drought, armed conflict, and unlivable conditions. Last year was also officially the hottest year in the historical record.
Mark Latonero reflects on how technology both benefits and exploits refugees as they travel along perilous routes in search for better lives in Europe.
The Pacific Council will honor Mary Robinson on January 12, 2016, as she accepts the Warren Christopher Public Service Award at an event in Los Angeles.
More people are displaced in L.A. today than in 2013: Los Angeles is the third most homeless city in the world.