Global Cities Book Award Finalist "Emergent Tokyo" examines how the city balances massive growth and local communal life and can be a model for other cities.
It's not too soon to consider the role of accountability, particularly criminal accountability, in negotiations between Russia and Ukraine, David Scheffer writes.
Washington and Beijing see themselves locked in a zero-sum competition doubling as an existential ideological struggle, Paul Heer writes.
The Pattis Family Foundation Global Cities Book Award finalist discusses how infrastructure like transit impacts the daily lives of city residents.
Jamil Anderlini, Bobby Ghosh, and Susan Glasser join Ivo Daalder to discuss the week's top news stories.
"Once bullets and projectiles start flying, the variables at play multiply, and in the ensuing chaos there are limits to what can be controlled," Paul Poast writes.
Here's why one industry pro sees reason for optimism for the Windy City travel market.
Innovation, utopian visions, ethics, and profits have shaped the effects technology has on urban life. What has worked, what has failed, and what does it mean for the future?
The book, which raises tough questions about smart city tech and its impacts on urban communities, was awarded a $25,000 prize for the inaugural award.
With AI set to reshape the world, "Dream States" offers a timely and comprehensive analysis of the challenges and opportunities of smart city technology.