The Foreign Policy Rising team highlights key global developments to follow in 2023. … More What Our Editors Will Follow in 2023
95 percent of peacekeeping forces are men. Renee Coulouris explains why this is a problem and what we can do about it. … More Why We Need More Women in Peacekeeping
Is Margot Wallström missing the point of the U.N.’s Women, Peace and Security agenda? … More What Sweden’s Feminist Foreign Minister Gets Wrong About Women, Peace and Security
This week marks 73 years since the U.S. dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Olive Lineham reminds us about the lessons we seem to have forgotten. … More 73 Years Since the Atomic Bombings, Have We Forgotten the Lessons We Learned?
From India to the U.S., Annie May Byrne Noonan looks at the world’s most dangerous places to be female. … More The Most Dangerous Places for Women in 2018
There’s an awkward alliance emerging in the Middle East. What will it mean for peace in the region? … More Israel and Saudi Arabia’s Budding Romance
Do we have what it takes to end slavery by 2030? Symone Clark explains. … More To End Modern Slavery, We’ll Need More than Good Intentions
To certify or not to certify? That’s not really the question, says Ashling Gallagher: damage to U.S. credibility has already been done. … More Failing to Promise Recertification, Trump Leaves Iran Deal and U.S. Global Standing in Doubt
In our rush to classify cyber as a security threat, have we lost sight of what’s really going on? Alexandra Vlada debunks three pervasive myths about cyber. … More 3 Myths About the ‘Cyber Threat’
Sanctions against North Korea may not change much, but they tell a lot. Madeline McSherry explains how the latest U.N. resolution signals a rare moment of global unity. … More Sanctions Won’t Stop North Korea’s Nuclear Program. But That’s Not the Point.