Leading Blindly across a Minefield
The international system is at a transformative moment. Yet President Obama has failed to set a direction for America.
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Obama has an opportunity to revitalize U.S. relations with its neighbors to the south.
An interbellum German intellectual's work is a powerful warning to Americans about the perils of our interventionist foreign-policy trajectory.
Russia's legal reforms centralized power and allowed the creation of informal rules that ensure elite loyalty.
Chinese leaders have reverted to a pre-Communist ideology of national rejuvenation. This could complicate foreign affairs.
Rising social costs, shrinking labor pools, nonperforming loans, a distorted economy and more—an in-depth look at the huge challenge facing Beijing.
Huge technological leaps are coming, and they're already creating a new realm of interstate competition.
One of America's top magazines often appeared smug as it covered 2012 elections.