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Global Immigration

The President accounced major executive action on immigration policy on Thursday evening. A 2014 Chicago Council Survey brief finds American public perception of the influx of undocumented immigrants

as a critical US security threat is at a 20-year low. Recent publications and commentary from Council experts provide background on immigration policy and a preview of what's to come. 

Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses, Geeks, and the Digital Revolution

Author Walter Isaacson will discuss his new book, "The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution"

Tuesday, December 2, 2014
5:30 pm

The Fairmont Chicago
200 N. Columbus Dr.
Chicago, IL 60601

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Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses, Geeks, and the Digital Revolution

Spotlight on2014 Chicago Council Survey of US Public Opinion

North America

A recent Globe and Mail article characterized a relationship “adrift” between Americans and Canadians. But rather than adrift, it appears both publics are redefining the complicated world in which we live and are

seeking new and more effective foreign policy tools to address the challenges we face, including developments in domestic energy.

How Much is the US-China Deal Worth?

How Much is the US-China Deal Worth?

Early analyses of the US-China climate deal have ranged from wildly enthusiastic to cautious to dismissive. Senior Fellows Phil Levy and Rachel Bronson raise four questions worth asking before getting too excited about the agreement on ForeignPolicy.com.

Holding Steady: Public Opinion on Immigration

Holding Steady: Public Opinion on Immigration

While the President promises administrative relief on immigration, a 2014 Chicago Council Survey brief finds American public perception of the influx of undocumented immigrants as a critical US security threat is at a 20-year low. An expert panel discusses these findings and their implications in the post-election environment on a conference call on November 20.

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