Global Climate Agreements: Successes and Failures
by Lindsay Maizland
November 17, 2021
Myanmar’s Troubled History
by Lindsay Maizland
January 31, 2022
Pharmaceuticals and Vaccines
A Guide to Global COVID-19 Vaccine Efforts
by Claire Felter
April 1, 2022
The Case for a New U.S.-Saudi Strategic Compact
Council Special Report
by Steven A. Cook and Martin S. Indyk
June 22, 2022
Cooling the Planet Through Solar Reflection
with Robert J. Lempert and Stewart M. Patrick
May 11, 2022
State and Local Webinars
Lessons from History Series: A Question of Autonomy—Hong Kong Then and Now
with Mark Clifford, Dennis Kwok and Louisa Lim
June 21, 2022
March 29, 2021
Find out where women around the world wield political power—and why it matters.
August 2, 2021
Peace negotiators often overlook a proven strategy to reduce conflict and advance stability: include women.
October 16, 2018
Most countries still have laws that make it harder for women to work than men. This inequality shortchanges not only women but also entire economies.
December 18, 2011
The year 2011 was marked by the advance of democratic movements in the Arab world and the economic struggle of advanced democracies. It saw unprecedented military operations in Pakistan and Libya and…
February 1, 2021
The Center for Preventive Action’s Global Conflict Tracker is an interactive guide to ongoing conflicts around the world of concern to the United States.
June 1, 2022
This tracker shows how the Belt and Road Initiative changed countries’ bilateral economic relationships with China over time.
March 11, 2021
Japan's constitutional debate is about not simply the document's past but also the nation's ability to respond to twenty-first-century challenges.
September 10, 2021
Why addressing chronic diseases is crucial for future pandemic preparedness
November 7, 2017
Population growth and aging are fueling a spectacular rise in noncommunicable diseases, such as cancers and cardiovascular diseases, in poor countries that are ill-prepared to handle them.
October 15, 2018
Closing the gender gap in the workforce could add a staggering $28 trillion to the global GDP.