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A militant of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic is seen at fighting positions in Luhansk Region
A militant of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic is seen at fighting positions in Luhansk Region
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PAST EVENT VIDEO World Review
Every Friday, Ivo Daalder talks with reporters from some of the world’s leading media outlets to get their perspectives on emerging global stories and how they might unfold
A notice about COVID-19 safety measures is pictured next to closed doors at a departure hall of Narita international airport
A notice about COVID-19 safety measures is pictured next to closed doors at a departure hall of Narita international airport
Global Politics
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In the News Chicago Tribune Elizabeth Shackelford
“The biggest cost of the nationalist reaction [to omicron] is its damage to future global cooperation,” writes Elizabeth Shackelford in the Chicago Tribune.
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A sign reading Je Suis Charlie, after the shooting at the French newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
A sign reading Je Suis Charlie, after the shooting at the French newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
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PAST EVENT VIDEO
The Council welcomed Derek Mitchell and Daniel Twining—the presidents of the National Democratic Institute and the International Republican Institute—to share their reflections on the state of democracy.

Century of Global Leadership

Join us this fall for a series of programs reflecting on key themes and pivotal periods that shaped the Council’s first century. Hear from leading historians and foreign policy analysts, people who were in the room, and leaders who changed the world.
The Chicago Council celebrates a century of global leadership with this series.
A scientist looks at a bat to test infection
A scientist looks at a bat to test infection
A scientist looks at a bat to test infection
Global Health
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Podcast Deep Dish Podcast
Pandemics have plagued humans throughout our existence. What role does global coordination play in breaking the cycle?

Membership has its benefits

As a Council member, you can increase your global acumen and cultural intelligence to stay ahead, mingle with other members, network to find professional connections, and support the idea of US engagement in global affairs right here in Chicago. Learn about membership benefits