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When Allies Go Nuclear

In the News
Foreign Affairs
Multiple Experts

Chuck Hagel, Malcolm Rifkind, Kevin Rudd, and Ivo Daalder, cochairs of a Council task force, offer recommendations on how to prevent nuclear proliferation and reassure America's allies.

An unarmed Trident II D5 missile is test-launched from the ballistic missile submarine USS Nebraska
REUTERS
Defense and Security

How America and Democracies Around the World Can Defeat Illiberalism

In the News
The National Interest
Michele Lowe

America should view its many threats as a collective advance of illiberalism acting against the post-World War II democratically led, rules-based world order.

Biden campaigning
US Foreign Policy

COVID-19 Vaccine Availability Grows While Global Public Opinion Shows Continued Concern

BLOG
Running Numbers by Multiple Authors

Even as the vaccine rollout continues, some nations consider greater restrictions and further lockdowns as case numbers increase.

Army Spc. Angel Laureano holds a vial of the COVID-19 vaccine, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
US Secretary of Defense
COVID-19

Freedom and Race Have Shaped Our World and Will Determine our Future

Podcast
Deep Dish Podcast

Brian Hanson and historian Tyler Stovall explore the inherent link between liberty and race throughout global history.

A mourner visits the site where George Floyd was killed in Minneapolis.
Reuters
Inclusion and Equity

Russian Hack on US Requires Global Action

Podcast
Deep Dish Podcast

Cyber risk expert Jody Westby and host Brian Hanson examine the Biden administration's options on cyber policy.

News conference at the Department of Justice in Washington
Reuters
Defense and Security

Council Experts Offer President Biden Foreign Policy Advice

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Global Insight by The Council

From the COVID-19 vaccine to US foreign policy, our experts share their recommendations for the new administration. 

Field of flags on President Biden's inauguration day
REUTERS
US Foreign Policy

Global Public Opinion Shows Hope, Unease at Pandemic

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Running Numbers by Multiple Authors

With vaccination efforts under way, some hope that the end of the pandemic is in sight, while others feel uneasy due to distribution issues and immense pressures on the health care system.

A health worker prepares for a procedure with a mask for COVID-19
SJ Obijo
Public Opinion

How to Rethink an Equitable Post-Pandemic City

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Global Insight by Rachel Abrams

Cities can use public spaces as a way to address structural challenges.

Several roads cross in San diego
Abraham Barrera
Global Cities

Global Public Opinion Shows Mixed Willingness to Take Vaccine

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Running Numbers by Multiple Authors

Brendan Helm, Craig Kafura, and Karl Friedhoff analyze views on COVID vaccinations, finding Americans are divided on whether to be vaccinated despite increasing availability.

vaccine syringe and bottle
Markus Spiske
Public Opinion

Paul Farmer on Ebola’s Lessons for COVID-19

Podcast
Deep Dish Podcast

The Partners in Health co-founder explains why inequality or material constraints—rather than social differences—are the defining factor of whether outbreaks turn into pandemics.

Sierra Leonean doctors practice wearing protective clothing in the Ebola Training Academy in Freetown
Reuters
COVID-19