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Brexit: Act in Haste…
Sometimes clichés and hyperbole are inescapable. Britain's decision to leave the European Union really is momentous; it really ...
June 27, 2016
China: (Not) Talking About a Revolution
Fifty years ago on May 16 the Cultural Revolution began. Don’t expect this event to be given much ...
May 17, 2016
The Philippines: Former Sick Man of Asia Suffers Relapse
Just when you might have thought the Philippines was on the mend, morbid symptoms of untreated problems re-emerge. ...
May 10, 2016
Street Fighting Monsieur
A brisk ten-minute walk from where I currently live gets me to Place de la République. Before you ...
May 7, 2016
Political Geography 101
Geography matters. Whether countries are rich or poor or safe or vulnerable still has more to do with ...
May 3, 2016
Brexit: Taking the Great Out of Britain
It’s not every day we get to see a country seemingly intent on committing political suicide.
April 23, 2016
Our Collective Nuclear Nightmare
Some things never change, it seems. For my entire life people have been protesting about the madness of ...
April 4, 2016
Brussels Attacks: Why Europe?
What goes on in the mind of a suicide bomber? What motivates someone to spend their last day ...
March 23, 2016
The BRICs: Battered, Regressive, Incompetent, and Corrupt?
Brazil’s problems may be especially acute, but they are emblematic of the tarnished image of the other BRIC ...
March 19, 2016
Why Don’t We Bomb North Korea?
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is a bit of a pain. Its leader, the remarkably youthful Kim ...
Asia & Pacific
January 16, 2016
Has This Been a Good Year for International Relations?
In academia, it’s possible to make a pretty respectable argument for either a good year or one of ...
December 17, 2015
The Limits of Multilateralism
One of the distinctive features of the contemporary international order is the role played by multilateral organizations.
November 29, 2015
The End of Western Europe?
The current influx of asylum seekers, refugees, and economic migrants into Western Europe presents a profound challenge to ...
September 15, 2015
Testing the West’s Will—and Values
For believers in the possibility of progress in human affairs these are troubling times. There are enough political, ...
May 10, 2014
The Best Security Money Can Buy?
The news that Australia is about to spend $24 billion on a new generation of fighter aircraft has ...
April 24, 2014
Seventh American Dies of Vaping-Related Lung Illness as CDC Ramps up Probe
White House Calls for Investigation of Abortion Doctor Who Had Over 2,000 Fetal Remains
War Hero: Obama Administration Lowered Standards for Female Rangers
Christopher C. Hull
Top Democratic Senator Mocks Push for Impeachment on Kavanaugh: ‘Get Real’
Judge Rules Against Scrapping Epstein’s Plea Deal That Protected Alleged Accomplices
Isabel van Brugen
Flap Over Proposed Preservation Grant for Old Massachusetts Church May Go to Supreme Court
Hong Kong Leader Carrie Lam Defends Police, Says Planned Open Dialogue Not a ‘Gimmick’
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New York Times Staff Behind Brett Kavanaugh Story Should Resign, Trump Says
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Moody’s Downgrades Hong Kong Outlook to ‘Negative’ as Protests Continue
A Bipartisan House Group Rallies With Farmers for USMCA