Cities have a crucial role to play in translating the high-level, ambitious, and multidimensional vision of the SDGs into practice through local policies—that is, localization.
This paper provides guidance for new leaders through various stages of the early days of UN leadership.
This report from the Chicago Council on Global Affairs examines ways that urban waterway development might be used by cities.
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.
This report is a collection of perspectives from 20 authors that highlights the needs of rural girls and solutions to the challenges they face.
This report examines the urgent challenges created by water scarcity and the impact on food security.
While the American public is hesitant to get involved in a conflict between China and Japan, Americans across party lines want to build strong relations with US allies in Asia.
Recognizing the critical importance of addressing D&I across sectors, a group of leaders gathered in a roundtable at the Council’s 2018 Global Health and Development Symposium.
While dozens of international organizations were created to give structure and order to international relations, rapid urbanization and the rising influence of cities have raised new questions around their mandates and structures.