The Foreign Policy Rising team highlights key global developments to follow in 2023. … More What Our Editors Will Follow in 2023
Anna-Elisabeth Schmitz explains the success of right-wing populism in Western countries. … More The Revolt of the Disenfranchised: Is Liberal Democracy Dying?
It is not the quantity of women in foreign affairs, but the esteem of female roles in diplomacy that needs revising, writes Anouska Jha. … More Women in Foreign Affairs Continue to Face Challenges. It’s Time to Address Them.
Dr. Claire Yorke talks about the role of emotions and empathy in foreign policy. … More Claire Yorke on Emotions in Foreign Policy
Even in challenging times of war there is cause for optimism, explains Kateryna Odarchenko, who is based in Ukraine. … More War in Ukraine: Reasons to Remain Hopeful and How You Can Help
Dr. Lilia Shevtsova explains what Russia’s foreign policy objectives are and how the West can respond. … More Lilia Shevtsova on What Putin Really Wants
Despite a new progressive government, German foreign policy won’t change significantly, explain Ronja Ganster and Carolin Wefer. … More Quo Vadis, Germany? What to Expect from Germany’s New Government on the International Stage
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