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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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.
Britain’s holiday from history was supposed to end this week. However, Parliament voted 2-to-1 against Theresa May's Brexit deal.
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.
It is not possible for the president to make well-considered decisions without the detail and knowledge of seasoned officials, including unpopular and dissenting views revealed in the memoranda that emerge from the Sit Room.
President Trump's decision to withdraw US troops from Syria will have wide-ranging consequences for US policy in Syria.
A president's ability to enact a vision is constrained by international laws and by the willingness of allies and partners to go along with what the White House wants.
President Donald Trump's recent decisions have added new urgency to an old debate: Should the European Union have its own army?
Three reports in the WPS space released in late-2018 underscore the need to rethink gender and conflict by challenging dominant understandings of genocide, jihadist groups, and gang violence.
The second largest Ebola outbreak in history is raging on in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and international response has been comparatively quiet. Given the DRC’s recent historical similarities to Sierra Leone, the country that suffered the most cases and deaths during the 2014 outbreak, it is imperative that the world take notice and provide a rapid and holistic response.
German Marshall Fund president and former member of the National Security Council, Karen Donfried answers questions on a post-Merkel Germany, if Russia can be contained without the United States, and why Americans should care about European affairs.
Lost amid the fallout from President Trump’s Syria decision were reports that the commander in chief had also decided to withdraw half of the 14,000 US troops deployed in Afghanistan.