The energy transition in African cities marks a key site of geopolitical competition, as China's control of the solar market reshapes urban service delivery.
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.
African cities have emerged as proxy arenas where different modes of international relations are given effect through the development of infrastructure.
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.
John Austin shares insights from a transatlantic convening that explores the political repercussions of economic inequality and extremist ideology.
Micromobility can play a major role in transportation decarbonization, but its potential varies depending on the conditions in which it's employed.
Local strategies can revive economies, nurture hope, and diminish the appeal of antidemocratic populism in struggling industrial regions.
What are economic sanctions? How are they used in US foreign policy? And what should future policymakers consider before employing them?
A recent poll from the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and The Harris Poll shows urban and suburban residents cities are looking to sustainable mobility to forestall a potential long-term shift to solo driving.
This working paper further explains the recent emergence of conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV) into international discourse and preventative strategies.