As Africa faces its worst drought in 40 years, Joshua Busby looks at Ethiopia and Somalia and why one country could avoid famine while the other could not.
New survey results suggest that President-elect Biden will have to work hard to cultivate bipartisan buy-in for efforts to rein in the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Climate action, perhaps the highest global priority of all, will be a tough sell to Republicans, however
The beltway and the public are closer than you think.
A 2019 survey confirms that Americans broadly support Intelligence agencies despite their limited transparency and persistent antagonism from President Trump.
Dina Smeltz and Joshua Busby discuss American public opinion of Trump's foreign policy positions.
Surveys show deep bipartisan support for the alliance.
Dina Smeltz and Joshua Busby discuss how political polarization poses an extreme threat to the United States.
As extreme weather increasingly uproots communities and economies, leading experts Simon Dalby and Joshua Busby join Deep Dish to predict how climate change will affect foreign policy.
Researchers found that nations with higher rates of violence against women also had higher risks of conflict and instability and that when women were part of peacemaking, that peace was more durable.