Russians and Americans seem to sense a global alignment of democracies versus autocracies, and both publics fear a nuclear exchange.
A new poll reveals that Americans see Russia as a significant threat to US interests and support military and economic assistance to Ukraine.
Local strategies can revive economies, nurture hope, and diminish the appeal of antidemocratic populism in struggling industrial regions.
New data from the Japan Institute of International Affairs and the Council offer insights on how publics in the United States and Japan view the relationship between their countries.
What are economic sanctions? How are they used in US foreign policy? And what should future policymakers consider before employing them?
The United States has made big pledges for global nutrition. Our white paper offers recommendations to turn commitments into action.
Can the United States deliver on its food systems and climate commitments? We offer recommendations to protect the planet and feed the world.
While not traditionally prioritized as a tool of foreign policy, combatting world hunger has high bipartisan support from the American public.
Amid new challenges to global food security, the Center for Global Food and Agriculture analyzes necessary changes to the Global Food Security Act Reauthorization.
Chicago Council data show that some key foreign policy issues have the potential to disrupt Democratic Party unity.