United States News
Jan 29, 2013
Rangita de Silva de Alwis, Director of the Global Women’s Leadership Initiative at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, was recently featured in an opinion column in USA Today written by Al Neuharth.
Jan 23, 2013
Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar Nik Nanos discusses energy issues with The Globe and Mail.
Jan 17, 2013
Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar Nik Nanos discussed his firms recent polling of North American energy opinions with the CBC.
Jan 17, 2013
Canada Institute Director David Biette today announced the appointment of Hugh MacKinnon as the Canadian co-chair of the Wilson Center’s Canada Institute Advisory Board.
Jan 08, 2013
In this series of interviews, Jane Harman comments on the nominations of Chuck Hagel and John Brennan.
Dec 20, 2012
The Minister of International Relations, la Francophonie and External Trade (MRIFCE), and the Minister responsible for the Montréal region, Mr. Jean-François Lisée, lead his first mission to Washington on December 11-12. Minister Lisée held several roundtable discussions, most notably at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, where he spoke on the importance of consolidating the economic relationship between Québec and the United States with various business leaders and academics in Washington.
Dec 17, 2012
Latino leaders and scholars talked about the impact of Latino voters on the 2012 presidential election, and the issues that influenced their votes.
Dec 14, 2012
In our final chapter, Roberto Suro looks beyond the headlines of 2012 to identify the most important trend lines reshaping the dynamics of U.S. elections.
Dec 14, 2012
While Latino voters were helping deliver Democratic majorites in Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Virginia, Arizona remained solidly in the Republican column. This happend in spite of the state's growing Latino population and also in the face of heated debate over its immigration policies. To gain insight into Arizona's politics, we spoke with Arizona State University's Rodolfo Espino.
Dec 06, 2012
From ongoing turmoil in the Middle East and the need to "pivot" to the Pacific in response to China's rise, situations demanding the administration's attention abound. And the clock is still ticking on Iran's movement toward becoming a nuclear power. Veteran journalist David Ignatius of The Washington Post tells us what to expect from Obama Administration foreign policy during the next four years.