New polls find that 52 percent of Americans now favor sending US troops to defend Taiwan if China invades. Craig Kafura talks to Taiwan Plus about what this means.
The Council's Elizabeth Shackelford and Virginia Tech's Amanda Demmer explain how lessons from US military evacuations in South Sudan and Vietnam resonate with the current chaos in Afghanistan.
If left unmitigated, hunger- and climate change-induced suffering in both Afghanistan and Haiti will likely exacerbate current political instability and conflict.
Nonresident Senior Fellow John Austin writes about what the US Industrial Heartland can teach us about American renewal and bridging political divides.
Council President Ivo Daalder discusses the end of the war in Afghanistan with WGN's Paul Lisnek.
Nonresident Fellow Alaina Harkness on how rivers are the "connective tissue" of cities, and how H2NOW monitors the health of Chicago's.
"There is no graceful way to flee a country at war," writes Elizabeth Shackelford. She saw this firsthand in South Sudan and notes what critics today are missing.
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New Chicago Council-Ipsos polling finds large, bipartisan majorities in support of evacuating and relocating to the United States their Afghan allies and others in danger from the Taliban.
While our world is more connected than ever, it's also more competitive and prone to conflict. Guest Mark Leonard explains why stronger links launched the "age of unpeace."