As part of our interview series with the shortlisted book award nominees, Raffaele Marchetti explores how cities are cities are shaping global affairs.
African cities are experiencing growing climate-related migration that has the opportunity to unlock their economic, social, and cultural development.
The anniversary of the Taliban's return to power has reignited a debate about how best to support the Afghan people.
Accounting for neighborhood characteristics can help remove barriers to SNAP enrollment.
Universities can serve as economic engines for rural cities, but collaboration between academia, government, and the private sector is key to sustainable growth.
Social media can allow farmers to reach new audiences and ultimately inspire a new wave of young agriculturalists.
Millennials and Gen Z are less confident in the effectiveness and utility of nuclear weapons than Boomers and Gen X.
The Council and Girl Security partnered to engage the next generation of women in national security.
Precise, timely, and trustworthy data can help achieve food security within African cities.
While the public believes nuclear weapons are an effective tool in deterring aggression, less than half say they make the country more secure.