Ravi Agrawal, Catherine Philp, and Gideon Rachman join Ivo Daalder to discuss the week's top news stories.
The spate of civil-military crises is a product of countries dealing with their new positions in a shifting global order, Paul Poast argues.
Chicago is known the world over for its bold and unique architecture. After all, it’s the birthplace of the skyscraper. But how does the city compare globally when it comes to sustainable architecture?
We breakdown the mystery behind the BRICS and its evolving role in shaping the global order.
Both foreign policy leaders and the American public back “friendshoring."
"This is the last moment at which to pull the plug on Ukraine. It is absolutely vital we continue," Ivo Daalder says on CBS News.
"It is foolish to discuss reforming the UN while ignoring the brutal contemporary political realities," Thomas G. Weiss argues.
Global Cities Book Award Finalist "Emergent Tokyo" examines how the city balances massive growth and local communal life and can be a model for other cities.
It's not too soon to consider the role of accountability, particularly criminal accountability, in negotiations between Russia and Ukraine, David Scheffer writes.
Washington and Beijing see themselves locked in a zero-sum competition doubling as an existential ideological struggle, Paul Heer writes.