With greater, accelerating urbanization in food security, food systems in the global South deserve a specific place at the table of development priorities, as Christian Man, research fellow with the CSIS Global Food Security Project, writes in his commentary.
Chances are you do not work in agriculture or in manufacturing. Nevertheless, when politicians and the media talk about trade, they almost always talk about industrial workers, farmers, and the U.S. trade deficit, as CSIS Scholl Chair writes in a new CQ piece.
October 15, 2018
| William Alan ReinschWhen the U.S. ambassador to the WTO, Dennis Shea, was at CSIS last week for a public conversation, he did not make front page news, no doubt much to his relief, as CSIS Scholl Chair William Reinsch writes in a new commentary.
October 15, 2018
| Brian HardingWith its 2019 presidential election season fully underway, Indonesia’s vibrant, democratic political system will be on display for the world over the next six months, as Brian Harding, CSIS fellow and deputy director with the Southeast Asia Program, writes in his commentary.
A spasm of reporting on Khashoggi, and a flood of OP-EDs dumping on Saudi Arabia – followed by a lack of in depth coverage of the problem – is no memorial to someone who seems to have died for trying to speak the truth.
Now that the BUILD Act is law, it is time to revisit why the legislation matters and what it implies for agencies such as OPIC and USAID as Daniel Runde and Romina Bandura from CSIS Project on Prosperity and Development writes in a new commentary.
This compendium report—as part of the CSIS-Pertamina Southeast Asia Energy Initiative—provides a summary of insights on the role of renewable energy in Southeast Asia and its economic, political, and security importance in the Indo-Pacific region.
To say that the UN High-Level Meeting on noncommunicable disease has disappointed observers and many participants alike is an understatement as Robert Newman, senior associate with CSIS Global Health Policy Center, writes in a new commentary.
Often neglected and overshadowed by HIV and malaria, tuberculosis had a big week on the world stage at the recent UN High-Level Meeting as Robert Newman, senior associate with CSIS Global Health Policy Center, writes in a new commentary.