Amb. John Negroponte reflects on his memories of the attacks on 9/11 and future threats facing the United States and the world.
Kellie Meiman participated in a panel that analyzed in detail the consequences of Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment in Brazil, including what it means for Brazil’s relations with the rest of the hemisphere.
Ambassador Richard Burt and Philippe Maze-Sencier pen an in-depth interpretation of how Brexit will play out and what it means for the UK, the EU, and the US.
Following the NATO Summit in Warsaw, Poland, Dr. Esther Brimmer discusses the future of the alliance and the challenges of transatlantic relations.
Mack McLarty and Nelson Cunningham give their reasons for why they believe that North America is home to the world’s strongest economy – and how we can keep it that way – in this editorial in the Washington Post.
With the fallout of Brexit still unclear, Stephen Donehoo speaks to CNN Espanol’s Dinero program about the potential geopolitical and security implications of the UK’s exit from the EU.
Quickly after news of the attacks at the Istanbul airport broke, Stephen Donehoo discussed the implications for travel and security around the world.
Together with colleagues on the US-Philippines Society board, Ambs. John Negroponte and Thomas Hubbard joined a meeting with President-elect Duterte in the city of Davao where he discussed his administration’s policy priorities at home and abroad.
Speaking to business leaders in Manila, Amb. Negroponte, the co-chairman of the US-Philippines Society, spoke of the enduring importance of the US-Philippines partnership, as both countries transition between presidential administrations this year.
Nelson Cunningham asks “whose extremism?” and analyzes the utility – or not – of the discourse around the term “Islamic extremism.”