How can we stop the rise of domestic terrorism in the United States? Kathleen Belew and Robert Pape look at modern history and politics for answers.
Council President Daalder explains with CSIS that, "reassuring allies that we will be there when necessary, particularly for their nuclear defense, needs to become a focus."
"To change the trajectory of the relationship between North Korea and the US, it is critical that Americans pursue principled engagement," writes Matt Abbott in NK News.
2021 Council data show where Biden's ideas overlap with the American middle class— and where they don't. Nonresident Senior Fellow Dan Drezner details in the Washington Post.
After ten months of Biden in office, new public opinion data show Americans support most, but not all, of his foreign policy strategy.
Germans went to the polls this week to decide who will replace Angela Merkel. The surprising results could mean the first three party coalition government in Germany's history.
"The idea that somehow NATO has no interest in the Pacific and should stay away is a misnomer and is not going to happen," says Council President Ivo Daalder on CNN.
After weeks of fierce campaigning, not much changed after Canada's snap election. What can the Trudeau government accomplish in a third term when it comes to foreign policy?
Senior Fellow Elizabeth Shackelford explains how it will take more than mere words to create the multilateral responses the world needs to climate change, COVID-19, and the global crises yet to come.
"In order for democracies to compete with authoritarian regimes like China, they have to prove that they can deliver for their people at home," Council President Daalder tells CNN.