The question overshadowing Emmanuel Macron's state visit was whether Macron’s good relationship can translate into influence on the direction of US policy.
It’s rare these days to see bipartisan agreement on any foreign policy issues. But assistance to Colombia is one of the bright exceptions.
The United States, joined by allies the United Kingdom and France, struck Syria last week in response to a chemical weapons attack. Deep Dish this week asks what were the goals of this air strike, and did it achieve them?
Illiberalism thrives when popular concerns about external threats are directed toward internal institutions and protections. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's reelection used this ideology to reject the "other" and establish deeper illiberal roots in Central Europe.
President Trump said Syria would pay a "high price" if it is confirmed that the Assad regime deployed chemical weapons in the attack on Douma, Syria. Deep Dish weighs what his options and the consequences are for such a price.
National Security Council alums from both sides of the aisle sit down to look at what responsibilities and challenges President Trump's new National Security Advisor will face on the job.
In the lead-up to our "Poets of the Podium: The Art of Speechwriting" program with the Poetry Foundation, the Council hosted a global affairs limerick competition - quite possibly the first ever of its kind. Now, having pored through the prose, here are our five wholly un-academic takeaways.
Niamh King, vice president for programs and strategic content at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, briefly recounts a few of Cherif Bassiouni’s appearances at the Council and highlight the moments and insights that have stayed with her.
In this episode, we pause to consider the real human lives impacted by the headlines we read about Syria.
John Bolton’s task will be to balance the roles of process manager and presidential counselor better than his predecessors did. That may prove challenging.
No one can doubt that Russia is acting like a major international threat, and Vladmir Putin's reelection means that the threat is here to stay. Fortunately, we are seeing signs of the West beginning to step up.
Ambassador Barbara Stephenson is president of the American Foreign Service Association.