For the United States, managing Russian decline requires pursuing a balance-of-power approach to minimize the risk of escalation.
Can common enemies and threats keep Britain and the United States together for decades to come?
Today’s major powers are keenly aware that in tug-of-war, if the rope snaps, both teams stumble and fall; nobody wins.
Sanctions alone do not suffice the North Korean dilemma if those sanctions are independent of a broader strategy.
The liberation of Mosul is not something to be proud of just yet.
There is little Russia can do economically in retaliation to the U.S. sanctions, but Moscow can act against American interests geopolitically.
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