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
Trump’s track record on human rights may be setting some dangerous precedents. … More Can Human Rights Recover from Trump?
What do Alaska’s indigenous communities have to do with global affairs? According to Shauna Hegna, a lot. … More Shauna Hegna on How Local Communities Can Benefit from a Globalized World
U.S. foreign policy is in flux. Sudha David-Wilp helps break it down in the first edition of Raising Debate. … More Sudha David-Wilp on the Changing Face of U.S. Foreign Policy
Madeline McSherry explains what Trump’s insulting comments say about Western media bias. … More The Colonial Origins of Trump’s Remarks on Africa
By failing to condemn human rights violations in Asia, Trump has undermined Western values abroad, argues Ella Lucas. … More In Asia, Trump’s Silence on Human Rights is Loud and Clear
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
Ashling Gallagher says that conditions in White House are ripe for the kind of defective decision-making that led to the invasion of Iraq. … More Trump, Delegator-in-Chief: When Does Delegation Become Dereliction?