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"The Circle" is the Future: A Photographic Exhibition on the Circular Economy

Global Insight by Valeria G. Castelli

What does sustainable innovation look like? Photographer and filmmaker Luca Locatelli talks about his exhibition on the circular economy, the environment, and our future.

Undersea shot from Luca Locatelli
Luca Locatelli
Global Cities

Unraveling the Global War on Terror in Africa

In the News
Defense Priorities
Elizabeth Shackelford

More than 20 years after 9/11, are US counterterrorism efforts in Africa paying off? Senior Fellow Elizabeth Shackelford joins fellow experts to discuss.

Lizzy Shackelford speaks via Zoom US Foreign Policy

Survival of the City: Ed Glaeser on the Future of Post-Pandemic Urban Life

Global Insight by Coauthors

Pattis Family Foundation Global Cities Book Award nominee Edward Glaeser examines the gaps in health care, education, and governance laid bare by the pandemic.

Survival of the City shot Global Cities

'The Bear' Effect: How a TV hit is reviving Chicago's gastro-tourism economy

ChicagoGlobal by Ally Marotti

Before the pandemic, the Windy City's restaurant scene was a global draw. The post-COVID rebound would have been slower were it not for the adventures of one troubled fictional chef.

Jeremy Allen White portrays chef Carmen Berzatto in the hit Hulu series "The Bear."
Global Economy

GOP Calls to Invade Mexico Are More Than Just a Political Stunt

In the News
World Politics Review
Paul Poast

When in doubt about a foreign policy problem, Paul Poast argues, Washington’s first instinct is to turn to the military.

Mike Pence, Ron DeSantis and Vivek Ramaswamy stand on stage
AP Photos
US Foreign Policy

Reversing Urban Apartheid: Lessons from Lawrence T. Brown's The Black Butterfly

Global Insight by Coauthors

Pattis Family Foundation Global Cities Book Award finalist, The Black Butterfly, uses the city of Baltimore to examine the policies, practices, and historical trauma that created hyper-segregation in today’s cities.

The Black Butterfly Global Cities

'A stinky ditch': How Chicago, Beijing, and Paris are making their rivers swimmable

ChicagoGlobal by AJ Caughey

How did Paris, Chicago, and Beijing's rivers get so dirty, and what do their cleanup efforts have in common?

Kayakers on Chicago River
AP Photos
Global Cities

A Scorching Summer Heats Up the Farmer Health Crisis

Global Food for Thought by Molly Shields

The summer’s record temperatures have reignited the international farmworker health crisis.

Construction worker Jose Arellano, left, wipes his face as Arellano and Juan Martinez install fence posts along a corn field in Happy, Texas.
AP Photos
Food and Agriculture

Balancing Religious Diversity and National Identity in France

Deep Dish on Global Affairs Podcast

Does France’s laïcité promote or impede religious freedom?

Newly named French Education Minister Gabriel Attal
Human Rights

City Diplomacy: Raffaele Marchetti on Cities as Global Actors

Global Insight by Coauthors

As part of our interview series with the shortlisted book award nominees, Raffaele Marchetti explores how cities are cities are shaping global affairs.

City Diplomacy by Raffaele Marchetti Global Cities