"Regulation of the industry could be coming, which could signal its death knell," Paul Poast argues.
"In the past 20 years, the global trend toward greater rights has reversed, with authoritarianism and illiberalism on the rise," Elizabeth Shackelford writes.
Nonresident Senior Fellow Saeid Golkar argues that, regardless of the end outcome, the protests in Iran have changed the country dramatically.
The best ways to build sustainable food systems are through advancing science, innovation, and collaboration, argues Jacqueline Applegate.
"Widespread skepticism of Washington has given way to the belief that US forces have a role to play on the peninsula for the foreseeable future," Karl Friedhoff writes.
Even if Trump isn't the Republican presidential nominee in 2024, anti-immigration policy is likely to remain a pillar of the party’s platform, Paul Poast writes.
"Liberal Democrats are far and away Ukraine’s strongest American supporters," Dina Smeltz and Emily Sullivan write.
Ivo Daalder argues that China’s unwillingness to stand up to Putin is part of what causes the danger of missile hits like the one in Poland this week.
As the frenzy dies down after the missile hit in Poland, Council President Ivo Daalder joins Alisyn Camerota and Victor Blackwell to unpack lessons learned.
"The administration will have less leeway to act than before, but we can expect the United States to remain an active player in the world," Elizabeth Shackelford writes.