The old equilibrium between the United States and Iran has vanished and a new order will have to be built, writes Maryam Zar.
The rise of socially-conscious companies in Los Angeles are contributing to the city's progress toward the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, writes Marissa Moran.
Anyone inclined to vote for the initiative to split California into three states should be particularly concerned with the implications for the state’s most critical resource: water, write Barton Thompson, Matt Kline, and Heather Welles.
Public diplomacy can be an incredible asset in addressing global health crises, writes Madison Jones.
This week, the United States and China continue trade negotiations; Italy forms a government after nearly three months; Ebola is back in Democratic Republic of Congo; and more.
Kurdish hydropolitics have reached a watershed moment where two distinct water futures are possible with implications for regional stability, writes Marcus DuBois King.
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.
At our inaugural Global Los Angeles Summit, Pacific Council members interviewed three speakers on Facebook Live to hear their takes on NAFTA and implementing the UN's Sustainable Development Goals in New York and Los Angeles. Watch the videos here.
Pacific Council member Monya Kian discusses her work around micro and macro conflict resolution.
This week, the trade war between the United States and China escalates; President Trump orders National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border; Cape Town’s Day Zero gets pushed back to 2019; and more.
Pacific Council member Tara Paul discusses her passion for water rights and how our Global Water Scarcity Project can make an impact in the water space.