Asia has already risen by most hard-power measures. But without an understanding of the downsides of Asia’s rise, the conventional narrative is incomplete, misleading, and inaccurate.
Tunisia is teetering on a knife’s edge between peril and promise. A new approach is needed that couples Tunisian-led reform actions with coordinated and intensified international assistance.
The idea of reinforcing the EU’s external border to shut people out may be alluring, but it would create more tensions and greater nationalist anger.
Two years after its vaunted pivot to Asia, Moscow’s hopes that new business relationships would make up for losses in the West have not materialized. | Русский
Judicial reform is pivotal to anticorruption initiatives in a political system best described as state capture.
U.S. President Barack Obama and Gulf Arab leaders met in Riyadh at a time when the Saudi Arabia is displaying a new foreign policy activism.
How joint experimentation across regions can update the forms through which democratic accountability and representation are achieved.
India will only acquire the status of a great power when its economic foundations, its state institutions, and its military capabilities are truly robust. | video
Systemic change is needed in the security sectors of Arab states in transition, but political and institutional brittleness presents a significant obstacle. | عربي
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