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Past Events

New Cold Wars: A Conversation with David Sanger

PAST EVENT VIDEO

Award-winning journalist David Sanger shared insights from his new book, "New Cold Wars," and discussed the struggle between the US, Russia, and China for global influence with Council CEO Ivo Daalder.

Award-winning journalist David Sanger shared insights from his new book, "New Cold Wars," and discussed the struggle between the US, Russia, and China for global influence with Council CEO Ivo Daalder.
Ana Miyares Photography

World Health Day: Migration, Climate Change, and Global Health

PAST EVENT VIDEO

Join us as we explore the intertwined implications of migration, climate change, and global health and how to chart a course for meaningful change.

Maya Prabhu, Clinical Associate Professor of Law, Yale Law School, and Ibrahim Abubakar, Pro-Provost at University College London, on stage at the Chicago Council for a panel discussion on the intertwined implications of migration, climate change, and global health and how to chart a course for meaningful change.
Ana Miyares Photography

Commentary & Analysis

EU Elections, G7 Summit, Gaza Ceasefire

Video Series
World Review with Ivo Daalder

Karen DeYoung, Matt Kaminski, and Stefan Kornelius join Ivo Daalder to discuss the week's top news stories.

European Parliament Elections
Vadim Ghirda / AP
Global Politics

The G7 Could Be in Its Death Throes—again

In the News
World Politics Review
Paul Poast

Paul Poast evaluates the future of the grouping as it holds its 50th meeting.

G7 leaders meet with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen
Alex Brandon / AP
Global Politics

Research

Generational Divides in Attitudes toward the US Role in the World

RESEARCH
Public Opinion Survey by Lama El Baz

Unlike their elders, young Americans don’t buy into US exceptionalism and are divided on whether the United States should play an active role or stay out of world affairs.

People of various ages wave American flags
Lynne Sladky/AP
Public Opinion

Majority of Trump Republicans Prefer the United States Stay out of World Affairs

RESEARCH
Public Opinion Survey by Coauthors

Republicans with a very favorable view of the former president seem to prefer a US role that is more independent and less cooperative.

Trump supporters with a sign that reads America First
AP Photos
US Foreign Policy

Experts

Paul Poast 

Nonresident Fellow, Foreign Policy and Public Opinion
Council expert Paul Poast