Dina Smeltz unpacks recent survey data on American views toward foreign policy in International Politics.
Washington has started selling arms that serve a "porcupine" defense strategy to Taiwan. Whether Taipei fully embraces this new approach remains to be seen.
What works and what doesn't when it comes to sanctions? Nonresident Senior Fellow Bruce Jentleson explains in his book.
Emily Sullivan examines the potential impact of women’s increased participation and decision-making in militaries and national security in Interdisciplinary Political Studies.
US aid would not have been nearly as effective without Ukraine’s efforts to improve its military prior to the 2022 Russian invasion.
Amid shifts towards inclusive agricultural development, the Center for Global Food and Agriculture offers policy recommendations for further US government action.
The world's democracies need a way to fight back against coercive economic actions by authoritarian governments, argue Ivo Daalder and Anders Fogh Rasmussen.
What are economic sanctions? How are they used in US foreign policy? And what should future policymakers consider before employing them?
A dual history, of a century of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and of the foreign policy battles and debates as they paraded across the Council's stage.
American, Japanese, and South Korean publics see China as a more of a threat than a partner. Trilateral cooperation will be key to managing China's rise.