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”
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?
Think sports and politics can’t mix? This year’s Winter Olympics shows why they should, writes Annie May Byrne Noonan. … More Can the Winter Olympics Help Thaw Global Relations?
As the year draws to a close, our Editor-in-Chief Madeline McSherry reviews five must-read political books written by women in 2017. … More Editor’s Picks: 5 Must-Read Political Books of 2017
North Korea is a serious challenge to global stability. But if we want to do something about it, we’ll need to open up dialogue with Pyongyang—and each other, writes Alexandra V. … More Can North Korea Bring the World Together?
Yes, we should fear Russia, but not for the reasons you think. Alexandra Vlada takes a look at Dmitri Trenin’s outstanding contribution to understanding Russian-Western relations. … More Book Review: ‘Should We Fear Russia’ by Dmitri Trenin
The West is focusing on winning a popularity contest on Syria, and it’s damaging the potential for peace in the war-torn country, writes Alexandra Vlada. … More In Syria, the West is Practicing PR, Not Foreign Policy
The West’s indifference toward Syria has given former pariahs the chance to play international police—and so far with success, writes Alexandra Vlada. … More The World’s New Leading Actors?
Madeline McSherry argues that when it comes to decisions of international import, women are still largely absent—and it’s a big problem for the foreign policy world. … More Foreign Policy’s Woman Problem