Consensus on how long to provide economic and military aid to Ukraine appears to be weakening as the war enters its tenth month.
The softening of COVID lockdowns in response to protests is a rare victory for popular pressure in China and could have unexpected consequences, argues Chris Morris.
The prestige and popularity of the World Cup is a political force beyond any nation's control, writes Chris Morris
“Thanksgiving must be a day to recognize the Indigenous fight against colonization and its legacies as we seek to reclaim our foods,” writes Jayden Lim.
Europe's attempts to diversify its gas supplies could have unintended and negative consequences for climate progress, writes Chris Morris.
This Thanksgiving, the Council survey team is serving up tables of data on turkey, pies, and politics.
The Barbados Plan and other climate finance proposals gained momentum at the United Nations' COP27 summit, argues Chris Morris
President Joe Biden declared an end to the public health crisis, but many racial minority and lower-income groups around the world haven't moved on.
The strategy debate has serious implications for both Taipei and, by association, the United States, argues Ethan Kessler.
While Biden and Xi met in Bali, the UN's COP27 climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh is being re-energized by the discussion between the world leaders.