The West looked to them for growth. They might soon look back.
Where they come from—and where they may be going.
Events in Turkey and Brazil serve as a reminder of the fragilities and foibles of democracy.
The radical left's rise made the moderate left more palatable.
Cancelling the talks on a nuclear-free Middle East was a bad move.
Most of the so-called "new powers" aren't nearly as powerful as they seem.
The region is backsliding on its commitment to democracy. And only Brazil can save it.
China, Turkey, Russia, India, Brazil—the great powers of old are staging a comeback.
New technologies mean an energy bonanza is on the horizon. And Beijing may be the biggest winner.
Despite many convergent interests, there are good reasons for Washington to keep Brasília at arm's length.
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