Even as the vaccine rollout continues, some nations consider greater restrictions and further lockdowns as case numbers increase.
Wendy Cutler and Noah Barkin join Brian Hanson to examine how the new investment deal will influence US foreign policy.
The EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment is a win for China, and a blow to transatlantic relations.
Europe is right that Biden’s election offers an opportunity to build a strong and enduring partnership — but success will require Europe to be strong, united and committed in that very effort as well.
A new administration may find that the summit overloads its circuits at a demanding time.
A survey of American foreign policy experts paints a portrait of a declining Russia, with its broad influence deteriorating as China’s influence rises.
The Chicago Council Survey team provides updates on public opinion on the COVID-19 pandemic from the US, Japan, South Korea, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, Germany, and Mexico.
Public opinion polls in North America, Europe, and Asia find publics continue to worry about contracting the virus.
While President Trump has promised a vaccine before November, many doubt a vaccine can safely be developed in such a short timespan.
This blog is about Belarus president Alexander Lukashenko and how he remains Belarus' leader, earning him the moniker of the “last dictator in Europe.”