From Berlin to Brussels, what can we expect after German Chancellor Angela Merkel leaves office? See Council President Ivo Daalder's response in the latest installment of #AskIvo. Also, be sure to submit your question for the next episode on Twitter to @IvoHDaalder using #AskIvo.
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The 91st Academy Awards take place on Sunday in Los Angeles, but international markets, led by China, have eclipsed the domestic market in importance for the US movie industry, rewriting the rules about what kinds of films get made.
Returning from the annual Munich Security Conference in Germany, Council President Ivo Daalder concludes that both sides of the transatlantic relationship have given up even pretending that the relationship is strong.
The political, economic, and humanitarian crises in Venezuela are getting worse and worse. Council President Ivo Daalder looks at where the long-troubled nation is headed.
In this episode, John Mearsheimer, University of Chicago professor and co-director of the university’s Program on International Security Policy, explains what he thinks is wrong with the liberal hegemonic worldview, why he believes realism serves as a better lens, and whom he’d most like to debate on the subject.
Protesters in high-visibility vests have taken to the streets in France for weeks. Sophie Pedder of The Economist and Benjamin Haddad of the Atlantic Council explain what the demonstrations mean for France and Europe.
With global investments and commitments to sustainable development seemingly strong, one wonders, how are we doing? Is the world on track to achieve these lofty goals?
The chief of naval operations explains how the US Navy can retain its supremacy in the years ahead—and against new and growing threats.
Venezuela has two claimants to presidential power: Juan Guaidó and Nicolás Maduro.
Mrs. Margaret S. Hart passed away on Sunday, January 27, 2019. She was an important donor of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs for over 50+ years and a wonderful partner in building a program series focused on Latin America.
From Berlin to Brussels, what can we expect after German Chancellor Angela Merkel leaves office? See Council President Ivo Daalder's response in the latest installment of #AskIvo.
In this episode, US Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi, a Council Emerging Leader Program alum, answers questions on the top global challenges facing the United States and what issues will be the most important during the 2020 presidential race.
On a recent trip to Europe, people kept coming back to me with one question: Will the United States really withdraw from NATO this year?
China announced its slowest annual growth rate since 1990. At the same time, Beijing and Washington remain locked in a trade war.
China is investing billions of dollars in Africa each year. But is Beijing’s largesse made with the best of intentions? See Council President Ivo Daalder's response in the latest installment of #AskIvo.
Britain’s holiday from history was supposed to end this week. However, Parliament voted 2-to-1 against Theresa May's Brexit deal.