Most Americans see military power and security alliances as an effective way to achieve foreign policy goals, but differences emerge about when to deploy troops.
Asian, Hispanic, and Black Americans are more likely to view climate change as a threat than Americans as a whole, data show.
Political affiliation is far more closely associated with immigration policy preferences than race or ethnicity, polling finds.
A "sustainable food seal" empowers consumers and farmers to support a more sustainable food supply chain.
This publication examines and challenges the role of cities in generating and strengthening democratic practices as authoritarianism rises across much of the world.
This report by Nonresident Fellow Alaina Harkness offers a blueprint for inclusive growth and innovation in the blue economy grounded in the Great Lakes.
Public opinion polling in both countries finds agreement on most aspects of the alliance, but not necessarily on how to deal with China.
The Center on Global Food and Agriculture provides a bold vision for a 21st Century of zero hunger in a healthier and more equitable world.
Survey results reveal how Japanese perceptions of security in East Asia have changed following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
For Black Americans, traveling by foot, bicycle, or e-scooter can be fraught with risks—a result of structural racism, argues Sam Kling.