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Chicago and the World: 100 Years of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs

RESEARCH
Book by Richard C. Longworth

A dual history, of a century of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and of the foreign policy battles and debates as they paraded across the Council's stage.

Hardcover book of Chicago and the World
US Foreign Policy

Americans, Japanese, and South Koreans Wary of China's Intentions

RESEARCH
Report by Coauthors

American, Japanese, and South Korean publics see China as a more of a threat than a partner. Trilateral cooperation will be key to managing China's rise.

Sung Kim, Noh Kyu-duk, and Takehiro Funakoshi standing in front of flags on flag poles
Reuters
Public Opinion

US, Japan, and South Korea Coordination Key to Competing in Southeast Asia

RESEARCH
Report by Coauthors

In picking fronts that offer the paths of least resistance, trilateral cooperation will maximize the presence of all three countries in ASEAN, maintaining balance in the region and making collective progress toward economic and development goals.

Ships from the United States and Jpa
US Navy
Defense and Security

Cooperating, Competing, Confronting: US-Japan-South Korea Trilateral Cooperation as China Rises

RESEARCH
Report by Coauthors

A report from the Task Force on Trilateral Cooperation Amid China’s Rise recommends a new policy mix that leverages each country’s individual strengths and advantages.

ships in the south china sea
REUTERS
US Foreign Policy

Preventing Nuclear Proliferation and Reassuring America's Allies

RESEARCH
Report by Coauthors

A task force, cochaired by Chuck Hagel, Malcolm Rifkind, and Kevin Rudd with Ivo Daalder, argues that fraying American alliances and a rapidly changing security environment have shaken America’s nuclear security guarantees and threaten the 50-year-old nuclear nonproliferation regime.

Then US Vice President Joe Biden visits Observation Post Ouellette inside the DMZ, the military border separating the two Koreas, in Panmunjom in 2013.
REUTERS
Defense and Security

Green COVID-19 Recovery and Transatlantic Leadership: What Are the Prospects?

RESEARCH
Report by Paul Hofhuis

A Democratic victory provides greater opportunity for transatlantic collaboration, but underlying structures for cooperation among societal stakeholders in the United States need to be reinvigorated.

U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry Remarks on COP21 and Action Beyond Paris
COP21
COVID-19

The Domestic Sources of American Foreign Policy: Insights and Evidence 7th Edition

RESEARCH
Book by Coauthors

This book, meant for students in American foreign policy, gives a broad introduction to a wide range of domestic factors that influence US policymakers.

A metal sculpture of the world map hangs on a wall
George Bakos
US Foreign Policy

Americans Support Continued US Participation in Iran Deal

RESEARCH
Report by Coauthors

Chicago Council Surveys conducted over the last several years (2014-2017) show remarkable stability of American opinion towards the Iran nuclear deal, both before and after the agreement was officially signed.

U.S. President Trump addresses the 72nd United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York
Reuters
Public Opinion

Preserving Ukraine’s Independence, Resisting Russian Aggression: What the United States and NATO Must Do

RESEARCH
Report by Coauthors

This report offers recommendations to strengthen Ukraine’s defenses to deter further Russian aggression and why the US and NATO need to engage more actively and urgently to the crisis.

Flag of Ukraine waving in front of a wooden door.
Jennifer Boyer
Defense and Security