Representative Elissa Slotkin unpacked her legislative foreign policy priorities, including the conflict in Ukraine, the rise of domestic terrorism, and more.
A panel of experts discussed the digital yuan’s economic and security implications for China and the ripple effects it may have across the global economy.
While China accelerates its efforts towards technological dominance, an expert panel assessed how the United States should position itself for economic, military, and political success.
Former CIA Director John Brennan, Cambridge's Roxane Farmanfarmaian, and the Wilson Center's Ambassador James Jeffrey discuss whether there is hope for the JCPOA and regional de-escalation.
Former members of Congress Melissa Bean and Bob Dold joined the Council to consider what the US election results mean for the Midwest.
General McMaster, former National Security Advisor, discusses foreign policy threats facing the nation and the need for Americans to move beyond partisan politics.
While countries and businesses rush to reopen and resume business-as-usual, have travelers’ attitudes and expectations changed and how has the industry adapted? What might travel and tourism look like in a post-pandemic world?
Thomas Mann from the Brookings Institution and Norman Ornstein of American Enterprise Institute discussed the long-term effects of the coronavirus pandemic to US politics.
With oil prices now at their lowest point in decades, journalist Krithika Varagur joined the Council's Cécile Shea for a revealing look at the rise of Saudi regional and global influence.
University of Notre Dame's Victoria Tin-bor Hui and Jeffrey Wasserstrom of the University of California, Irvine, joined the Council to discuss what protests can tell us about the future of Hong Kong.