In 2020, as the Pacific Council celebrates its 25th anniversary, we want to increase our impact and ensure that the next generation of global leaders understands the importance of international engagement, writes Jerrold D. Green.
Despite widespread outrage over President Trump’s performance at his summit with President Putin in Helsinki, Trump’s gambit is so far winning with his political base, writes DJ Peterson.
This week, Presidents Trump and Putin hold a controversial summit in Helsinki; ISIL may be attempting resurgence in Iraq and Afghanistan; Japan and the EU sign a trade deal; and more.
While international attention focused on Trump’s disruptive behavior at the NATO Alliance Summit, Trudeau used NATO to try and bring stability to Iraq, writes Ibrahim Al-Marashi.
This week, resignations from the UK government imperil Brexit talks; Mexican President-elect AMLO announces a new border force; Ethiopia and Eritrea declare an end to war after 20 years of conflict; and more.
This week, Germany agrees on a migration compromise; a leftist candidate wins Mexico’s presidential election by a landslide; North Korea continues to expand its nuclear program; and more.
This week, President Trump and President Putin announce they will hold their first official summit on July 16 in Helsinki; women can now drive in Saudi Arabia; Kenya and the United States sign a $100 million investment deal; and more.
This week, the Trump administration reverses course on its migrant child separation policy following international outrage; the United States withdraws from the UN Human Rights Council; EU countries to meet on immigration policy; and more.
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, President Trump announces tariffs on Canada, Mexico, the EU, and China; India and Pakistan restore their ceasefire on the Kashmir border; Israel and Gaza trade fire and agree to a ceasefire; and more.
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.