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"Slava Ukraini" Film Screening


Join the Council for a screening of Bernard-Henri Lévy’s  "Slava Ukraini," a war diary from the front lines of the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

Director Bernard-Henri Lévy walking with three soldiers.
Marc Roussel

Protecting American Democracy: What Can Americans Do?


Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass offers suggestions on steps we can take to preserve American democracy and tackle challenges facing the United States.

A headshot of Richard Haass
Council on Foreign Relations

Commentary & Analysis

Closing the Gap: Solving Food Waste to End Hunger in America

Global Food for Thought by Clayton Elbel

The 2023 Farm Bill presents a watershed moment in solving food loss and waste in the United States.

Aaron Nichols holds rich soil on his farm on March 17, 2023, in the unincorporated community of Helvetia, Oregon.
AP Photos/Andrew Selsky
Food and Agriculture

Making Cyberspace Safe for Democracy

Deep Dish on Global Affairs Podcast

How can cyber technologies erode democracy?

Rep. Kat Cammack, questions TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew during a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
AP Photos
Science, Technology and Innovation


Race, Ethnicity, and American Views on US Foreign Policy

Public Opinion Survey by Coauthors

The Council partnered with New America to explore how Black, Asian, Hispanic, and Native Americans view key issues facing the world today.

people are seen through an American flag
AP Photos
Public Opinion

Arrested Mobility: Racism in Transportation Policy

Report by Samuel Kling

For Black Americans, traveling by foot, bicycle, or e-scooter can be fraught with risks—a result of structural racism, argues Sam Kling.

Row of blue divvy bikes in fog
Mariusz Pierog
Global Cities


John Austin 

Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Midwest
Council expert John Austin