Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian and Bobby Ghosh join Ivo Daalder to discuss the week's top news stories.
To be suspicious of Iraq was part of the American zeitgeist long before 2003, survey data show.
"The idea of bargaining with Putin was already highly controversial, but now it is virtually impossible," Paul Poast writes.
Susan Glasser, Gideon Rachman, and Carla Anne Robbins join Ivo Daalder to discuss the week's top news stories.
By shining a light on the crimes Putin has unleashed on Ukraine, we are one step closer to a just world where accountability triumphs.
How have online platforms, and lax US regulation, facilitated the flow of data from the US to China – and what does this mean for the geopolitical contest between these superpowers?
Roger Thurow discusses what inspired him to focus on hunger and global poverty - and how he has seen the lives of smallholder farmers change for the better.
"Too often, quick agreement on hard problems is a sign of dangerous groupthink," Elizabeth Shackelford writes.
Council Distinguished Fellow and Former Executive Director of the World Food Program Catherine Bertini reflects on why elevating women and girls worldwide matters.
Though partisan support has shifted over time, Council data show the public continues to favor active US engagement in global issues.