As the US election and Brexit vote showed, the relationship between cities and their surrounding areas is fraught with conflicting interests. Council Distinguished Fellow Dick Longworth and the Financial Times' Edward Luce talk about where this relationship is headed in the latest episode of Deep Dish.
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This week’s reads examine some of the pockets of authoritarianism that have emerged in America and abroad, as well as their causes and consequences.
Council senior fellow Karen Weigert says city streets can reduce carbon emissions and prevent floods.