The 2023 Farm Bill presents a watershed moment in solving food loss and waste in the United States.
Cities have been called bastions of democracy, but authoritarian leaders across the globe are articulating their own visions for the future of urban spaces.
US sanctions on Latin American countries have exacerbated the worsening economic and political conditions behind the current migrant surge.
An announcement made following the G7 Hiroshima Summit brings the group one step closer to a proposed “Economic Article 5.”
The rise of remote work has had a dramatic impact on cities like Chicago, which must play to their strengths in order to compete in this new landscape.
Senior Fellow Elizabeth Shackelford reflects on how the Council helps students dive in.
More so than any other racial or ethnic group, Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Americans want the United States to play an active part in global affairs.
Mexico's threat to ban GM corn presents an opportunity to re-evaluate agricultural norms in the United States and address inequities in trade.
Mass arrests have reduced crime in the short-term—but at a significant cost to human rights.
While more Russians say Moscow should start negotiations than continue fighting, their aim may be to solidify gains rather than making real compromises for peace.