To find effective and meaningful solutions to the immigration issue, policymakers must understand the most factor motivating people to migrate from Central America: violence, writes Tyler Takemoto.
As too many politicians and many of their constituents across America decry international trade and blame immigrants for a lack of economic and personal success, they might consider casting an eye to Los Angeles as a compelling counter-argument, write Jerry Green and Dan Schnur.
Los Angeles’ leadership in global affairs is growing stronger at a time when the federal government’s role is diminishing, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti told Pacific Council members in his 2nd annual State of the Global City address in downtown LA.
Pacific Council member and LA 2028 CEO Gene Sykes recently attended the Olympic Winter Games and Paralympic Winter Games in PyeongChang. He shared some insights about his experience with the Pacific Council as Los Angeles looks to its own role as Olympic host city in 2028.
As the birthplace of the internet and the home of ICANN, it is vital that individuals, businesses, and organizations in Los Angeles be involved in the internet governance community in order to ensure the continued growth of the digital economy, writes Christopher Mondini.
The LA County Sheriff’s Department is yet another example of Los Angeles’ emergence as a global city, LA County Sheriff Jim McDonnell told Pacific Council members.
Global cities like New York and Los Angeles are increasingly shaping the international policy conversation, New York City’s Commissioner for International Affairs Penny Abeywardena told Pacific Council members.
The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation’s 22nd annual Humanitarian Symposium and Prize Ceremony is returning to Los Angeles.
Pacific Council member George Nolfi’s new film about Bruce Lee, Birth of the Dragon, is a product of the burgeoning relationship between Hollywood and China, demonstrated by increased Chinese investments in American studios and films.
Pacific Council member and LA 2028 Bid Committee CEO Gene Sykes discusses the impact hosting the Games will have on Los Angeles’ role as a global city.