Does the governor's anti-Trump stance aid California's international strategy?
CPD's latest paper by Director Jay Wang and Research Associate Sohaela Amiri outlines key considerations for U.S. cities to grow their capacity framework.
How Governor Newsom can help to create a truly global California.
On the nation state’s viability in addressing climate change at the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit.
A new report examines the emerging landscape of bottom-up global climate governance, stemming from such subnational levels as the State of California.
"Subnational Diplomacy, Climate Governance & Californian Global Leadership," highlights the growing power of subnational entities on issues like climate change.
Nearly a year into the Trump presidency, countries around the world are scrambling to adapt as the White House has struggled to fill key government positions, scaled back the State Department and upended old alliances. Now some nations are finding that even if they are frustrated by President Trump's Washington, they can still prosper from robust relations with the California Republic and a constellation of like-minded U.S. cities, some of which are bigger than European countries.
While there are still only a few formal state-to-state linkages between Australia and India, there is clearly an increasing trend favoring subnational diplomacy. This is perhaps unsurprising, especially given the presence of a strong diaspora and student population in Australia with strong links to their Indian home states.