Julia de Boer

March 16, 2017

The Obama administration did not give away the internet, but rather relinquished a vestige of U.S. control over a domain that had long since expanded beyond the mastery of any one entity, writes Kal Raustiala.

U.S. Defense Department

February 21, 2017

Dr. John Launchbury, director of DARPA's Information Innovation Office, discussed his concerns about cybersecurity as well as new technologies in the field with Pacific Council members.

February 10, 2017

The U.S.-Mexico relationship is the strongest it’s ever been, but its future is unpredictable, Dr. Pamela Starr and Mr. Seth Stodder told Pacific Council members in a Situation Briefing.


January 31, 2017

The extradition of Mexican drug kingpin "El Chapo" to the United States represents an opportunity for the two neighbors to strengthen their security relationship despite a backdrop of increasing tensions, write Robert Bonner and Gillian Horton in Foreign Affairs.

January 13, 2017

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti writes that L.A.'s leadership role as an economic, entertainment, and political capital is redefining the city's place in the world.

December 14, 2016

The peace agreement between the Colombian government and Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels will likely move forward, but there are still challenges to overcome, Ms. Katja Newman and Dr. Abbey Steele told Pacific Council members during a Situation Briefing teleconference.

December 2, 2016

As part of the First 100 Days interview series, the Honorable Michael C. Camuñez discusses how the Trump administration’s proposed policies will impact U.S.-Mexico bilateral relations, particularly day-to-day commerce, trade, and investment.


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