At the end of each bootcamp week, students produce a long-form multimedia feature, drawing on new tools, connections, and knowledge gained during their CSIS experience. Explore the completed stories below.
As regional and global governments and non-profits scramble to combat deforestation, Indigenous communities on the frontlines bear the brunt of the consequences. How can these groups partner to create sustainable solutions?
Women bear a significant burden in providing water for their households, and also suffer unique consequences from water shortages. How is climate change worsening these disparities among the world’s most vulnerable populations?
Current tensions between the United States and China have dashed the dream that open markets would lead to liberalization. Can the United States maintain its economic ties with China while protecting its economy and national security?
How overfishing, artificial island-building and giant clam poaching threatens the health of the marine ecosystem in the South China Sea, and how coordinated regional action could correct its course.
Collaborations between embassies and entrepreneurs are opening up new opportunities for young professionals in Greece.
Ugandan celebrity Bobi Wine has weaponized music to oppose President Yoweri Museveni in the 2021 election. Some experts suggest Wine’s People Power Movement must transcend the appeal of his personality to effect lasting change.
Anderson Suarez is one of many who has crossed the Venezuelan border into Colombia in recent years. At the age of 20, he took on the responsibility of financially supporting his entire family by working abroad. The hardest part of his 800-mile journey was knowing that he was most likely leaving behind everything and everyone […]
How likely is a cyberattack on US infrastructure, and what can be done to increase resilience?
In countries like Ghana and Guatemala, the impact of climate change is wreaking havoc on agriculture, leading to hunger and displacement while threatening the livelihoods of their citizens.
Russia uses social media as a tool to influence public perception and discredit Western democracy.
U.S. withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership has significant implications for security and stability in East Asia.