In the summer of 2012, the international relations theorist Kenneth N. Waltz published an article titled “Why Iran Should Get the Bomb,” in which he argued...
In his famous “political trilemma of the world economy,” Harvard economist Dani Rodrik boldly claims that global economic integration, the nation-state and...
Germany and China are chief among the countries whose economic policies have drawn U.S. President Donald Trump’s ire.
Few world regions are more culturally and politically complex than the Balkans.
Many people equate the European Union with Europe, overlooking a few nuances along the way.
As many analysts have observed, the Pax Americana of recent decades is on life support.
No country in modern history has possessed as much global military power as the United States.
At the World Economic Forum’s recent annual meeting in Davos, I participated in a panel of defense leaders to discuss the future of the military.
Some analysts believe that 2014 ushered in a new era of Cold War-style geopolitics.
President Vladimir Putin’s covert aggression in Ukraine continues – and so do Western sanctions against his country.
“Bonjour Monsieur, comment pourrais-je vous aider?” asks the obsequious concierge at my Paris hotel.
In March 2018, Syrian President Bashar Assad had himself filmed as he drove his car through the rubble-filled streets of Eastern Ghouta, on the outskirts of...
Ten years ago, during his first trip to Europe as U.S. president, Barack Obama delivered an historic speech in Prague.
Having secured a fifth term (and his fourth in a row) as Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu is on his way to surpassing David Ben-Gurion, the state’s...