Despite hype around the fall of the transatlantic world order, relations between the U.S. and Europe are thriving, argues Jussi M. Hanhimäki in his newest work. Cara Fitzgerald reviews. … More Book Review: “Pax Transatlantica: America and Europe in the Post-Cold War Era”
America’s policy of reassuring defense of Taiwan isn’t working. Regional deterrence might, argues Alice Cho. … More U.S. Strategy of Reassurance is No Longer Enough for Taiwan
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”
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
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
Venezuela is facing a political, economic and humanitarian crisis. Marissa Leon Jimenez says only a pan-American alliance can resolve it. … More The Solution to Crisis in Venezuela? Call Cuba.
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
From the Houses of Parliament to the U.S. Senate, there are more female representatives than ever before. But as Julia Doyle reminds us, the struggle for equality doesn’t end there. … More From Westminster to Washington, an ‘Old Boys Club’ is Silencing Female Politicians
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.