The Port of Darwin shows the potential of China's Belt and Road Initiative as social infrastructure, but also the challenges in materializing its benefits.
But those feeling an economic pinch are more likely to say that Moscow should enter peace negotiations.
Americans across party lines say the United States should prioritize friendly-nation supply chains, despite potentially higher costs.
John Austin shares insights from a transatlantic convening that explores the political repercussions of economic inequality and extremist ideology.
The public also remains concerned about the potential for a global economic downtown, Council polling shows.
But neither Americans or Ukrainians think the sanctions will force Russia to withdraw troops from Ukraine in the immediate future.
What works and what doesn't when it comes to sanctions? Nonresident Senior Fellow Bruce Jentleson explains in his book.
Economic, political, and security benefits can be achieved through ally-shoring labor and supply chains between the US and Mexico.
The world's democracies need a way to fight back against coercive economic actions by authoritarian governments, argue Ivo Daalder and Anders Fogh Rasmussen.
Local strategies can revive economies, nurture hope, and diminish the appeal of antidemocratic populism in struggling industrial regions.