"To succeed in their global missions, cities, their home states and the federal government all have work to do," writes Kyle Hutzler of McKinsey & Co.
Read this re-post from Foreign Policy on cities' leadership in global initiatives, which are opening the path from Mayor's Office to Oval Office.
Read this re-post from Foreign Policy, where Ambassador Nina Hachigian examines how urban centers can take international relations into their own hands.
A paper by CPD Director Jay Wang and CPD Research Associate Sohaela Amiri outlining the necessary skills, capabilities, and resources required for cities' emergent role on the global stage.
A new book looks at how "Game of Thrones," social media and more can cultivate a locale's image.
The endeavoring role of cities like Toronto, Canada and São Paulo, Brazil in the international system.
Chew Jetty in Malaylsia’s George Town attracts tourists by the boatload. Historic homes are now commercial stalls branded with neon signs; one-time fishermen peddle T-shirts, magnets and postcards. The daily intrusion has clearly taken a toll: windows are boarded, “no photo” signs are pervasive, and tenants quickly vanish at the sight of a foreign face.