Around the world, a free and independent press stands as one of the last lines of defense against rising autocracy and democratic backsliding. Nobel laureate Maria Ressa, who...
Since the dawn of the Olympics, sports have been a contest of global powers. Today, how are sports used as a means of conducting foreign policy — for better and for worse?
Hostage-taking presents nations with a conundrum: How can governments bring their citizens home while also preventing further captures? The United States’s top hostage negotia...
Director of Program Development and Quality, Save The Children
Professor of Political Science, Barnard College of Columbia University
National Affairs Writer, Hindustan Times
Assistant Deputy Director, Operations Directorate, National Security Agency, US Department of Defense
Vice President for Human Security and Global Health, Japan International Cooperation Agency
Chairperson, Ministerial Advisory Committee on Cancer Prevention and Control, Republic of South Africa; Founder, BreastSens
President, Asia Society Policy Institute; Former Prime Minister, Australia
Former US Secretary of State; Distinguished Fellow for Global Affairs, Yale University
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