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1. The Ukraine Example: Circumstances Matter for Effective Security Assistance

2. The Case for Inclusive Agricultural Development

3. Memo on an "Economic Article 5" to Counter Authoritarian Coercion

4. US Commitments in Nutrition and Health for a Better Future

5. From Climate Pledges to Transformative Action

6. Combating Global Hunger as an American Foreign Policy Priority

7. Global Food Security Act Reauthorization: New and Lingering Challenges

8. Rebuilding the Midwest's infrastructure: Driving equitable economic recovery in a world reshaped by COVID-19

9. Democrats, Republicans Support Alliances, Disagree on International Organizations

10. Divisions on US-China Policy: Opinion Leaders and the Public

11. Preventing Nuclear Proliferation and Reassuring America's Allies

12. In Russia, Navalny Inspires Respect for Some, Indifference for Most

13. Centering Global Food Security for Global Prosperity

14. Cooperation or Coercion? The Views of US Opinion Leaders on Foreign Policy Approaches

15. Russians See Greater Reward than Risk in Closer Relations with China

16. Despite Political Tension, Americans and Russians See Cooperation as Essential

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

18. Treaty Allies Matter for US Foreign Policy Experts—but They Are Not Indispensable

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

20. Americans Split on Military Aid to Israel, Say Political Status Quo Unacceptable

21. For First Time, Half of Americans Favor Defending Taiwan If China Invades

22. Reclaiming the Right to the City

23. Renewing International Extension to Equip Farmers for a Changing Climate

24. 2021 Chicago Council Survey: A Foreign Policy for the Middle Class—What Americans Think

25. Americans Remain Committed to South Korea, View North Korea as an Adversary

26. Are Urbanites Willing to Ditch Cars for More Sustainable Commutes?

27. Disappointed in Rouhani, Iranians Seek a Different Sort of Leader in June Elections

28. Ahead of Biden-Moon Summit, South Koreans and Americans Align on China and North Korea

29. Public Attitudes on US Intelligence 2020: Final Trump-Era Survey Confirms Broad Popular Support, Reveals Opportunities for Greater Transparency

30. Serving the Citizens—Not the Bureaucracy

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

32. Republicans, Democrats Divided over Federal Spending Priorities

33. Republicans, Democrats Split on Increasing US Defense Budget

34. With Tensions Receding, Americans Lose Fear of North Korea

35. Majority of Iranians Oppose Development of Nuclear Weapons

36. Conflict-Related Sexual Assault— Historic Barriers to International Recognition

37. Troop Withdrawal Likely to Undermine South Korean Public Support for Alliance with United States

38. New Solutions for a Changing Climate

39. US Experts Consider China a Shifting and India a Stable Friend to Russia

40. US Experts Anticipate Future Decline for Russia Among the Great Powers

41. Conducting City Diplomacy: A Survey of International Engagement in 47 Cities

42. Do Republicans and Democrats Want a Cold War with China?

43. Americans Positive on South Korea Despite Trump’s Views on Alliance

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

45. Women and Girls as Change Agents

46. Americans Feel Less Safe after Killing of Soleimani

47. Considering a Soil Initiative for Africa

48. OK, Boomer: Youth Hesitant to Use Force, Shun US Exceptionalism in Foreign Policy

49. American Public Support for US Troops in Middle East Has Grown

50. Majority of Americans Oppose Expanding US-Mexico Wall

51. South Koreans see Improved Security, Confident in US Security Guarantee

52. Public and Opinion Leaders' Views on US-China Trade War

53. Leading Change in United Nations Organizations

54. Americans and Russians Are Mostly Disinterested and Disengaged with Each Other

55. Americans Favor US-China Trade, Split Over Tariffs

56. Rejecting Retreat

57. Global Goals, Global Cities: Achieving the SDGs through Collective Local Action

58. Record Number of Americans Say International Trade Is Good for the US Economy

59. Public Prefers Cooperation and Engagement with China

60. Girls Leading: From Rural Economies to Global Solutions

61. Cooperation and Hedging: Comparing US and South Korean Views of China

62. The Looming Global Obesity Threat

63. American Public Backs US Military Presence in Japan

64. While Positive toward US Alliance, South Koreans Want to Counter Trump’s Demands on Host-Nation Support

65. From Scarcity to Security: Managing Water for a Nutritious Food Future

66. Both Russian and American Publics Sense a Transatlantic Rift

67. Chicago’s Global Strategy Part II: A Blueprint for Implementation

68. Russians Want Crimea; Prefer Luhansk and Donetsk Independent

69. Rebuilding a Bipartisan Consensus on Trade Policy

70. Security in the Age of Cities

71. Untapped Wealth of Cities

72. Mexicans, Americans Share Positive Views of USMCA Trade Agreement

73. Unlocking the Potential of Civic Technology

74. Addressing China's Rising Influence in Africa

75. Inclusive Urban Economic Development: A Framework For Action

76. The Chicago Climate Charter: North American Cities taking Action On Climate Change

77. Reducing Urban Violence: A Common Vision for the Western Hemisphere

78. As China Rises, Americans Seek Closer Ties with Japan

79. US Public Divides along Party Lines on Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

80. The Fate of the World Trade Organization in the Age of Trump

81. Majority of Americans- Except for Republicans- Back Congressional Inquiry: Survey Shows 30 Year Low for Russian Favourability

82. Reducing Urban Violence and Improving Youth Outcomes in the Americas

83. US And Russia: Insecurity and Mistrust Shape Mutual Perceptions

84. Balancing Priorities:Immigration, National Security and Public Safety

85. Americans Support Limited Military Action In Syria Against ISIS

86. When Hunger Strikes: How Food Security Abroad Matters for National Security at Home

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

88. Let’s Make a Deal: Public Backs Iran Talks

89. American Views of the United Nations

90. Americans Say Threat of Terrorism at Lowest Level in Twenty Years