Trump’s planned tariffs on steel and aluminum imports are a logical and long-overdue response to decades of trade cheating by friends and foes alike.
As European nervousness over Trump demonstrates, the United States is more than ever the hub of the European regional security system.
Most of NATO’s frontline members in eastern and southern Europe are doing their part. Germany is not.
Long before the dollar was painted Washington emerald green, it was polished Mexican silver.
A more modest Chinese military footprint will likely emerge in 2017 or 2018.
What we’re talking about is fundamentally a prisoner exchange.
The U.S. dollar is not merely the currency of the central state. It is the currency of the global system.
Polish democracy is learning to play the kind of bare-knuckled, hard-ball politics that have always prevailed in the Anglosphere.
Refugees must be managed, but they shouldn't be punished.
When it comes to accepting Syrian refugees, Germany may have been a little too optimistic...
China has made impressive short-term military gains but it does not have the fiscal staying power to compete in the long game of history.
U.S. hegemony is now as firm as or firmer than it has ever been, and will remain so for a long time to come.
"A rich and resurgent Korea of 75 million people would be a major regional power..."
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