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Thanks to all who were part of our community in 2023! Enjoy this highlight reel of the past year of connections and convenings.
From diplomacy to military intervention, Senior Fellow Elizabeth Shackelford unpacks the ways Washington can pursue its foreign policy interests.
Research Associate Ethan Kessler explains the benefits and drawbacks of what’s become a major US foreign policy tool.
Ten years after The First 1,000 Days book began, we revisit Shyamkali and her six daughters to see how they are faring.
Ten years after The First 1,000 Days book, we revisit Dianet and her daughter Keytlin to see how they are faring.
Nonresident Fellow Paul Poast explains why both are a key part of American foreign policy.
Ten years after The First 1,000 Days book, we revisit Esther and her son Rodgers to see how they are faring.
To mark the close of our centennial year, the Chicago Council on Global Affairs is looking back on some of our most memorable quotes from speakers we hosted in 2022.
Author and journalist Krithika Varagur examines younger generations' understanding of the British monarchy.