Local strategies can revive economies, nurture hope, and diminish the appeal of antidemocratic populism in struggling industrial regions.
What are economic sanctions? How are they used in US foreign policy? And what should future policymakers consider before employing them?
There is broad agreement that international trade delivers benefits to consumers and to companies and is even good for creating jobs in the United States.
The 2020 Chicago Council on Global Affairs-University of Texas at Austin survey explores to what extent Democratic, Republican, and Independent foreign policy professionals support Biden’s international agenda.
John Austin and Alexander Hitch examine policies and priorities to drive equitable economic recovery in the Midwest in a world reshaped by COVID-19.
This survey indicates that Americans broadly support engaging in trade with China, but are split along partisan lines on how to engage in that trade.
According to foreign policy leader surveys concerns about a potential trade war between the US and China are widespread.
This paper explores how city leaders can use economic power to narrow the gap in wealth and opportunity.
This report explores ways cities can assess the true value of their public assets
A paper from the Chicago Council on Global Affairs by Rudolph G. Penner that honors the work of Michael H. Moskow in the global economy.