| By Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, Scott Sagan, Brian Hanson

Deep Dish: Nuclear Threats 75 Years After Hiroshima

Seventy-five years after Hiroshima, former deputy secretary of energy Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall and Stanford University’s Scott Sagan join Deep Dish to examine the threat of nuclear weapons today.


| By Mira Rapp-Hooper, Brian Hanson

Deep Dish: Why Allies are Key for US Security Today

The Council on Foreign Relations’ Mira Rapp-Hooper joins Deep Dish to explain why the alliance system is still essential for America’s global leadership – but must be remade to meet the challenges of the 21st century. 




| By Adam Segal, Brian Hanson

Deep Dish: Who’s Winning the US-China Tech War?

The Council on Foreign Relations’ Adam Segal joins Deep Dish to explain the battles between China and the US over products like Huawei and TikTok, their role in US foreign policy, and why US allies are choosing sides. 


| By Judd Devermont, Neil Munshi, Brian Hanson

Deep Dish: Mali’s Instability Threatens the Sahel

This week on Deep Dish, the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Judd Devermont and the Financial Times’ Neil Munshi explain why Mali’s instability is a threat to Africa’s Sahel region — soon to be the West’s largest conflict zone.






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Cities as Open-Air Museums

Contemporary artist Arne Quinze, a speaker at this year's Chicago Forum on Global Cities, is known for constructing unconventional public installations in cities all over the world. Learn about his mission to change cities into open-air museums and challenge people to rethink their everyday environments.

How Museums Foster Cultural Understanding in Cities

James Cuno, president and CEO of J. Paul Getty Trust and a speaker at this year's Chicago Forum on Global Cities, examine how cities' musuems foster cultural understanding among their diverse residents.




| By Ivo H. Daalder

This Week’s Reads

Council President Ivo H. Daalder shares some recommended reads to shed important light on the global headlines this week.


| By Rob Paral

Chicago and Its Mexican Immigrants—a Need Like No Other

More than any other large American city, Chicago has depended on immigrants, particularly Mexican immigrants, to offset the sluggish growth of its native-born population. Yet the emergence of a new trend—negative net migration from Mexico—now threatens the city’s demographic vibrancy.


| By Ivo H. Daalder

This Week's Reads

Council President Ivo H. Daalder shares some recommended reads to shed important light on the global headlines this week.

| By Richard C. Longworth

HQ Moves—Maybe Better to Pack Light

Cities are throwing big money at companies to move their headquarters, even though the move these days usually involves a relative handful of executives. Are the moves worth it? Richard Longworth thinks so.

| By Ivo H. Daalder

This Week’s Reads

Council President Ivo H. Daalder shares some recommended reads to shed important light on the global headlines this week.