What the U.S. foreign-policy elite and its allies abroad call the liberal world order is nothing more than the contemporary American bloc, like the “Free World” of the Cold War.
There’s more than meets the eye to the upstart Alternative für Deutschland—and it’s not going away.
In the past, risk measurably increased when things got tense near the oil fields of the Middle East. Today, the world’s energy supply and consumption patterns are more complex.
Washington can take steps to ensure Beijing doesn't use the initiative as a covert geopolitical tool.
Looking at the U.S.-China experience in the mirror, could the Trump administration apply a similar template to North Korea?
As the president’s popularity among Republicans declines, while his unpopularity with everyone else remains sky-high, he faces political dangers far in excess of any obvious legal ones.
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