Trade and globalization seem to have played an outsized role in this year's election. On this week's episode of Deep Dish, Council vice president of studies Brian T. Hanson sat down with experts Phil Levy, Dina Smeltz, and Diana Mutz to discuss.
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CSIS's Daniel Runde brings context and clarity to the unsettled scene in Catalonia.
What caused Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Crimea—and what is the solution? We asked Washington Post columnist and Red Famine author Anne Applebaum, see what she said.
The odds of NAFTA renegotiations successfully concluding on time are vanishingly small, says the Council's trade expert Phil Levy.
In the new issue of Foreign Affairs, Council President Ivo Daalder explains that the Kremlin has been up to much more than just meddling in elections.
While the president has already made clear he does not like the deal, Trump has not yet said which of the two factions within the “decertify” camp he sides with, or even if he has decided between them.
President Trump’s America First policy reorients the past 70 years of US foreign policy. Has the American public reoriented too? Our public opinion team tested the appeal of different foreign policy approaches to see where the public stood in comparison with President Trump on a range of foreign policy questions. Listen to this week’s Deep Dish to hear the results
The Trump administration submitted a list of “Immigration Principles and Policies” to Congress. Sara McElmurry says Trump can better put America first if he makes key revisions to his immigration wish list.
The United States and Britain enjoy a special relationship, but can it hold against the winds of change? UK Minister of State Alan Duncan joined us to discuss.
Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald Trump each campaigned on the promise of a foreign policy more restrained than his predecessor.
M. Cherif Bassiouni sadly passed away last week. Known as the “father of international criminal law” and a driving force behind the creation of international criminal tribunals, Bassiouni was tireless in his quest to bring justice to the victims of war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide in South Africa, Bosnia, Bahrain, and elsewhere.
We asked Gayle Smith of the ONE Campaign what she would do if she could wave a magic wand to eliminate one cause of extreme poverty. See what she said.
The International Rescue Committee deemed today's hunger crisis “the least reported but most important issue of our time.” This week’s episode of Deep Dish outrages and inspires as Roger Thurow explains the injustices of stunting and tells inspirational stories of those overcoming hunger.
We are witnessing a dealignment in European politics, with political parties spinning off and multiplying, to try and capture votes of a splintered and increasingly polarized electorate.
One More Question with Dutch Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Lilianne Ploumen
We asked Lilianne Ploumen why family planning was such an important foreign policy priority for her, and when she started getting involved in the issue. See what she said.
America First foreign policy is torn between respecting the sovereignty of other states absolutely and contradicting that very notion.