A solid majority (69%) say that it would never be justified for Moscow to use a tactical nuclear weapon in its current military operation against Kyiv.
A slim majority think Moscow should open up negotiations, but it is unclear what they might be willing to concede.
Nearly half of Americans (47%) now say Washington should urge Kyiv to settle for peace as soon as possible.
Two case studies from Bogotá and Chicago demonstrate how cities embraced participatory governance frameworks in their COVID-19 pandemic responses.
Americans across party lines say the United States should prioritize friendly-nation supply chains, despite potentially higher costs.
Cities are key actors in the fight against climate change. Progress made in data collection on city involvement in global governance is crucial to their success.
While half of Americans and a majority of Democrats say diversity makes the United States a better place to live, Republicans aren’t so sure.
With all eyes on Ukraine, it is unclear if a seventh North Korean nuclear test will really register with the American public.
John Austin shares insights from a transatlantic convening that explores the political repercussions of economic inequality and extremist ideology.
Dina Smeltz unpacks recent survey data on American views toward foreign policy in International Politics.