The conventional wisdom is that Americans prefer to stay out of world affairs. But the conventional wisdom is wrong, according to data from the 2018 Chicago Council Survey. Read more from Council President Ivo Daalder in This Week's Reads.Read more
Council President Ivo Daalder and James M. Lindsay, senior vice president at the Council on Foreign Relations, discuss their new book "The Empty Throne: America's Abdication of Global Leadership"—a revealing look at President Trump’s foreign policy and its implications for the rules-based international order.Listen to the podcast
The Trump administration has made bold attempts to reshape US foreign policy. Is the American public on board? Watch an expert panel discussing our 2018 Chicago Council Survey results to find out.Watch the video.
On three separate occasions, at critical moments in the UK's relationship with Europe, the Council provided a platform for leading Conservative Party politicians to make waves from across the ocean, writes Iain Whitaker in Global Insight. From the Council's archive emerges a curious tale of treachery, tantrums, angry editors, and airport pizza.
This week marks the two-year anniversary of President Trump’s election, which signaled a dramatic shift in America’s foreign policy. Stephen M. Walt brings a realist perspective to the question question of America's future role in the world.
Monday, November 19, 2018
Doors open: 5:15 pm
Event: 5:30 pm
Chicago Council on Global Affairs Conference Center
130 East Randolph Drive
Chicago, IL 60601
Registration closes November 19.
The Trump administration has made bold attempts to reshape US foreign policy. Is the American public on board? Take a look at the findings of the 2018 Chicago Council Survey.
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