Biden’s “diplomacy and stern deterrence” towards North Korea’s won’t stop the country’s nuclear weapon program, argues Betty Suh. … More Biden’s North Korea Policy: Neither Ambitious Nor Adequate
Carolin Wefer reviews “Kissinger on Kissinger”, a book that explores the actions and rationale of former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. … More Book Review: “Kissinger on Kissinger”
Less than a year ago, the U.S. State Department launched the Clean Network initiative, a foreign policy program to secure 5G. Cara Fitzgerald explains why the Biden Administration should keep it. … More Why the Biden Administration Should Keep the “Clean Network” Initiative
What can we learn about Sarah Everard’s murder to make the world safer for women everywhere? Annie May Byrne Noonan explores. … More What Policymakers and Male Allies Can Learn from Sarah Everard’s Murder
Can Europe learn the language of power? Anna Nadibaidze reviews Hans Kribbe’s book about the E.U.’s encounters with strongmen. … More Book Review: “The Strongmen: European Encounters with Sovereign Power” by Hans Kribbe
The U.S. must do more than sanctions to lead an effective response to the Myanmar coup, argues Greta Sanna. … More Forget Sanctions. Biden Should Show Real Leadership After the Myanmar Coup.
Brexit provides an opportunity for the U.K. to confront its colonial past and repair relations with former colonies, writes Preeti Pasricha. … More The U.K. Must Confront its Colonial Past to Survive After Brexit
What international political trends should you follow in the year ahead? Our editors explain. … More 3 Foreign Policy Trends to Watch in 2021
COVID-19 has exacerbated the differences among the BRICS. Anna Nadibaidze asks: can this group survive in the post-pandemic world? … More Can the BRICS Withstand the Pandemic?
As protests against Belarusian President Lukashenko continue, Anna Nadibaidze argues that the EU should take a stronger stance to support the opposition. … More Belarus is at a Crossroads. Europe Should Support the Side of Democracy.