Reports that Iran is nearing the point of capably developing a nuclear weapon are causing alarm, but they are still a ways away from building a bomb.
How has Russia's invasion of Ukraine upended the global food system? Food security experts Ertharin Cousin and Teresa Welsh discuss.
Elizabeth Shackleford joins CSIS to look at her role in extending the United Nation’s patrol and protection of women against South Sudanese security forces.
After Turkey's recent threat to block NATO membership for Sweden and Finland, is it time for NATO to reevaluate their relationship?
“America’s Somalia policy is obsessed with containing al-Shabab […] in the name of security,” writes Elizabeth Shackelford in the Chicago Tribune.
While government officials reaffirm the importance of the US-Saudi relationship, the American public expresses generally chilly feelings towards Saudi Arabia.
"Even if you thought the trade-off of supporting the repressive state was once worthwhile, it’s hard to make the case today," Elizabeth Shackelford writes.
Nonresident Fellow and Emerging Leader alumnus Endy Zemenides shares his perspective on global cities and Cyprian independence with Makis Provatas.
Nonresident Senior Fellow Cécile Shea unpacks China’s table stakes in the Russia-Ukraine conflict and more on WBEZ’s Reset.
Data suggest that Americans accept some foreign civilian casualties as a necessary cost to counterterrorism, but Republicans and Democrats differ on willingness to use lethal force.