“Unmitigated AI could deepen social, economic, and digital cleavages between and within countries,” warns Robert Muggah with Ilona Szabó.
The debate over whether the world is now multipolar goes to the heart of understanding how and why political events unfold globally, Paul Poast writes.
Many Latin American and Caribbean countries are in the grip of a crime epidemic as international drug trafficking surges with cocaine production.
"Expanded immigration is vital to the United States’ future as a major power," Paul Poast writes.
"Let Turkey’s election be a reminder that a free vote means little in the face of a false narrative," Elizabeth Shackelford writes.
Transatlantic leaders can share ideas, tools, and strategies to help bridge economic divides between struggling heartland communities and thriving cities.
As world leaders meet in Japan, they are likely to discuss Russia's war in Ukraine, tensions in the Taiwan Strait, and economic coercion from China, Craig Kafura tells Steve Scully.
“China and Russia share an anti-Western narrative, but there are many areas of potential friction,” Theresa Fallon tells the New York Times.
“The question is when and how,” writes Council President Ivo Daalder.
"At best, one could say that US policy toward Latin America is a piecemeal and inconsistent amalgam of sporadic attempts at engagement," Paul Poast writes.