A Democratic victory provides greater opportunity for transatlantic collaboration, but underlying structures for cooperation among societal stakeholders in the United States need to be reinvigorated.
The impact of global challenges such as climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic manifests most acutely in urban settings, rendering cities essential players on the global stage.
Chicago is positioned to elevate itself as a bold city, capable of taking on cutting-edge policies and providing accessible opportunities for all residents.
The Midwest possesses a dynamic political and economic history that lies at the center of America’s economic growth and keeps the region front and center in politics today.
Investing in girls' education can put countries on the path to a more stable, prosperous future.
This paper argues that combining two movements in obesity research could turn the tide on obesity.
Cities have a crucial role to play in translating the high-level, ambitious, and multidimensional vision of the SDGs into practice through local policies—that is, localization.
This paper provides guidance for new leaders through various stages of the early days of UN leadership.
This report from the Chicago Council on Global Affairs examines ways that urban waterway development might be used by cities.
This report explores ways cities can assess the true value of their public assets