The pandemic has revealed both the limits of the existing multilateral system and the horrific costs of the system‘s failure.
The United States needs the contagion equivalent of the National Weather Service.
Historians‘ failure to tell a common American national story has ceded the field to charlatans offering their own twisted versions-and allowed a dangerous strain of American nationalism to take hold.
If the world doesn‘t learn the right lessons from its failure to prepare and act on them with the speed, resources, and political and societal commitment they deserve, the toll next time could be considerably steeper.
Trump allows a cornerstone of U.S. defense strategy in Asia to wither.
Why the end of lockdown looks so different around the world.
Not only is bailing out fossil fuel companies bad public policy, it makes little economic sense.
Beijing‘s new security law has stifled the territory‘s autonomy and hopes.
Responding to "The End of Grand Strategy," Gavin and Steinberg argue that it is precisely because the world is so complex and challenging that grand strategy is more important than ever.
A number of countries-China and Russia, in particular-are turning corruption into a weapon on the global stage.
Facebook‘s sophisticated algorithms and encrypted messaging have helped militants operating in Middle Eastern conflict zones to traffick looted antiquities-which funds terrorism, and is a war crime under international law.
For the last decade and a half, Russia and the United States have had largely similar aims in Afghanistan. Today, however, Moscow is convinced that it will have to stabilize the country by itself.
Benjamin Netanyahu is ready to bury the two-state solution.
To know how great powers end, one could do worse than study the last one that actually did.