Analysis on issues that transcend borders and transform how people, businesses, and governments engage the world.
A decades-old rivalry between Eritrea and the TPLF risks derailing Ethiopia’s peace deal.
Around the world, cities continue to protect the basic human rights of vulnerable populations in the face of fierce opposition from national governments.
Like Churchill before him, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy must use his rhetorical gifts to maintain American support for his nation's war effort, writes Matthew Abbott.
COP15 set new targets for protecting ecosystems, but funding, implementation, and a lack of global attention to biodiversity give pause for Chris Morris.
A collaboration with Chicago Public Art Group brings to life a Council report exploring the racist origins of Chicagoland's public beach policies.
A plot to overthrow the German government highlights the risks—and reach—of unchecked conspiracy in an age of mistrust, writes Chris Morris.
The US-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington, DC, is the first meeting of its kind since 2014. Africa’s shift toward China and Russia will be a subtext of the meeting.
The softening of COVID lockdowns in response to protests is a rare victory for popular pressure in China and could have unexpected consequences, argues Chris Morris.
The prestige and popularity of the World Cup is a political force beyond any nation's control, writes Chris Morris
Europe's attempts to diversify its gas supplies could have unintended and negative consequences for climate progress, writes Chris Morris.