Global cities engage globally through partnerships, exchanges, and agreements led by businesses, cultural and educational institutions, and civic leadership. But how can global cities coordinate the multitude of siloed efforts to develop a cohesive foreign policy on behalf of the city as a whole? How do global cities cooperate with—or disrupt—national interests by having their own global agendas?
To further examine the foreign policy of cities, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs is conducting a study on Chicago’s foreign policy with generous support provided by The Chicago Community Trust. The task force report will be released this fall.
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