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Europeans and Americans Divided on the Transatlantic Relationship

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The Diplomat
Dina Smeltz

“New polling data shows that the American public is much more likely to sense a natural alliance with European countries than the reverse,” writes Dina Smeltz in the Diplomat.

Camera pointed at Biden, Ursula Von der Leyen, and Charles Michel.
Reuters
Public Opinion

U.S. Needs to Reassure Allies against N. Korean Threats

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Yonhap
Ivo H. Daalder

Council President Daalder explains with CSIS that, "reassuring allies that we will be there when necessary, particularly for their nuclear defense, needs to become a focus."

Screen shot of Council President Daalder speaking on a webinar with CSIS Capital Cable.
CSIS
Defense and Security

Biden Must Remove Barriers to Engagement with North Korea

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NK News
Matthew Abbott

"To change the trajectory of the relationship between North Korea and the US, it is critical that Americans pursue principled engagement," writes Matt Abbott in NK News.

President Biden delivering remarks about COVID-19 response and vaccination program, blue suit partly blocking view in foreground.
Carlos Fyfe
Defense and Security

The Persistently Internationalist American Public

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Washington Post
Daniel W. Drezner

2021 Council data show where Biden's ideas overlap with the American middle class— and where they don't. Nonresident Senior Fellow Dan Drezner details in the Washington Post.

President Biden in a Jeep Wrangler.
Adam Schultz
US Foreign Policy

How Democrats Can Rebuild Their "Blue Wall" in the Midwest

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The Hill
John Austin

Dems must offer “economic opportunities and optimism to the largely white, working-class voters,” writes Nonresident Senior Fellow John Austin in the Hill.

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Adam Schultz
Global Cities

Engaging North Korea Via Subnational Diplomacy

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The Diplomat
Matthew Abbott

"Subnational diplomacy offers an established, yet underutilized, opportunity for American officials to creatively engage Pyongyang," writes Matt Abbott in the Diplomat.

North Korean flag painted on a brick wall
David Peterson
US Foreign Policy

"Foreign Policy for the Middle Class" Mostly Gets It Right

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Chicago Tribune
Elizabeth Shackelford

“The administration should invest in making the case at home for how [foreign] policies benefit the American people,” writes Elizabeth Shackelford in the Chicago Tribune.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken at a podium at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's Ministerial Council Meeting on Oct. 5, 2021, in Paris.
Reuters
US Foreign Policy

Americans Sense China Eclipsing US Economically, Poll Finds

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Washington Post
Coauthors

As competition between the United States and China intensifies, more Americans now say the Asian country is more powerful economically, a reversal from two years ago when a plurality said the United States had an economic advantage, according to a survey released Thursday by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.

President Biden stands in front of a bulldozer and American flag.
Reuters
Public Opinion

US Must "Ally-Shore" to Reassure Partners

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Newsweek
John Austin

John Austin writes in Newsweek how "for economic growth, international security, global political stability and the protection of our democracies—the time for ally-shoring is now!"

U.S. Secretary of State Blinken attends a member session at the OECD Ministerial Council Meeting
Reuters
Global Cities

Biden Says America Is Back at the Table. Is It?

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the Chicago Tribune
Elizabeth Shackelford

Senior Fellow Elizabeth Shackelford explains how it will take more than mere words to create the multilateral responses the world needs to climate change, COVID-19, and the global crises yet to come.

Flags outside of the 76th United Nations General Assembly in NY.
Diplomatic Security Service
Global Politics