While Americans broadly support upper age limits for federal elected officials, age is not their top consideration when choosing a candidate.
To be suspicious of Iraq was part of the American zeitgeist long before 2003, survey data show.
Council Distinguished Fellow and Former Executive Director of the World Food Program Catherine Bertini reflects on why elevating women and girls worldwide matters.
Ten years after The First 1,000 Days book began, Roger Thurow revisits the featured mothers and children to see how they are faring.
In promoting economic renewal in industrial heartland regions, leaders must avoid language that condemns these regions and their citizens to passivity.
Council President and Former US Ambassador to NATO Ivo H. Daalder reflects on the one-year anniversary of Russia's war in Ukraine.
Black Americans are supportive of aid to Ukraine, but less likely than other Americans to back an open-ended support of Kyiv “for as long as it takes.”
The movement of Venezuelans across the Western Hemisphere highlights the need for regional coordination.
Through their connection to traditional food practices, dandelions challenge colonized notions of food security and provide students with the opportunity to reconnect with Indigenous food systems.
The war in Ukraine has shifted public opinion toward energy independence, renewable power, and nuclear energy.