While Americans of all political stripes remain committed to allies and alliances, the public is divided along partisan lines on the value of international organizations.
The government must recognize investment opportunities in US agricultural research and development in order to address current and future climate challenges.
This paper diagnoses the challenges faced by governments, international organizations and research institutions in mitigating and reversing the decline of soil quality in Africa.
This paper seeks to raise awareness of the growing global obesity epidemic and the need to address the economic, security, and humanitarian threats it poses.
The new paradigm of "mobility as a service" promises to change how people move, with local and global ramifications.
This paper explores how city leaders can use economic power to narrow the gap in wealth and opportunity.
China’s growing contributions to African development should not automatically be feared, but their increased presence should create a recalibration in US approaches to development.
This paper provides recommendations for corporate engagement with public policy issues for societal objectives.
This report authored by a group of experts from Brazil, Columbia, Mexico, and the United States discusses a regional vision for reducing urban violence in the Western Hemisphere.
There are several reasons to hope, but more reasons for concern now that the World Trade Organization is teetering due to the Trump administration’s multiple attacks.