Kim Ghattas, Bobby Ghosh, and Peter Spiegel join Ivo Daalder to discuss the week's top news stories.
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 best ways to build sustainable food systems are through advancing science, innovation, and collaboration, argues Jacqueline Applegate.
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.
Americans are less worried about COVID-19 than they have been at any point since the initial shutdown in early 2020, Council polling finds.
Banning abortion “doesn't look like a particularly democratic move for a country that purports to be a beacon of democracy,” says Elizabeth Shackelford on WGN-9.
Ertharin Cousin calls food insecurity being caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine "a tipping point into what could potentially become a perfect storm."
China's Zero-COVID policy was "meant to be living proof of a superior system of governance," writes Kris Hartley in the Diplomat.
Xuefei Ren argues that cities in China and India are more aptly compared in territorial vs. associational governance than by regime type.
Nirmal Ghosh, Gideon Rachman, and Nahal Toosi join Council President Ivo Daalder to review the news of the week.