Experts answer complex questions about global affairs in 60 seconds.
If Russia's war on Ukraine continues to escalate, could nuclear weapons enter the picture? Emma Belcher looks at the risk and what we can do to reduce the threat.
As the Ukraine crisis continues, how should we understand Russia's larger political aims?
What role should the United States play in the Middle East after leaving Afghanistan?
Twenty years after the war began, the United States' forces will officially leave Afghanistan on September 11, 2021. What's the argument to leave and why has it taken so long?
Irina Konstantinovsky, executive vice president and chief human resources and diversity officer at Horizon Therapeutics, takes a minute to define pay equity.
Todd Graham, CNN debate analyst and "America’s Debate Coach," takes a minute to explain what voters expect to learn from presidential debates and why it's helpful for the candidates to debate more than once.
Eric Wilson, former digital director for the 2016 Marco Rubio campaign, takes a minute to explain what future campaigns can take away from the 2020 election.
Mary Rodgers, Abbott Surveillance Program's Principal Scientist, takes a minute to discuss the importance of anitbody testing and what we have learned from the pandemic.
Khalid Bomba, agriculture expert, takes a minute to discuss the importance of agriculture to the economy of Ethiopia and the need to get young people more actively involved.
Samuel Kling, Global Cities Fellow at the Council, takes a minute to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on big cities and how cities can benefit from high density in a pandemic.