The coronavirus serves as a reminder that diseases are political as well as biological, writes Ibrahim Al-Marashi.
This week, Catalonia swears in a new secessionist regional leader; Myanmar and the UN reach a deal to repatriate Rohingya refugees from Bangladesh; President Trump wants to renegotiate NAFTA bilaterally; and more.
This week, the Trump administration weighs whether to pull the United States out of the Iran nuclear deal; a "caravan" of Central American asylum-seekers arrive at the U.S.-Mexico border; violence flares in Afghanistan; and more.
Our inaugural Global Los Angeles Summit featured discussions on the future of drones, NAFTA, immigration lessons from Canada, the shifting global entertainment market, and more. Read part one of our summit summaries.
Refugee cities offer countries with major refugee populations a designated space designed to overcome the obstacles to economic growth for both displaced people and host communities, writes Michael Castle Miller.
This week, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is out; The Philippines pull out of the International Criminal Court; Britain expels Russian diplomats; and more.
An interview with Pacific Council member John Stamper about his experiences and observations at Guantánamo Bay.
This week, a North Korean delegation arrives in South Korea for the Olympics; Mexican journalists flee for their lives; the war in Syria intensifies; and more.
During a teleconference about the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Myanmar and Bangladesh that has displaced the Rohingya Muslim minority, experts disagreed about how the international community should respond.
African nations are supplying North Korea with more than $100 million in deals annually. This must stop, writes Grant Harris.