Ukraine is in danger of repeating its experience after the 2004 Orange Revolution, when reformers won the vote in national elections but failed to govern effectively.
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.
North Korea’s nuclear test has led some South Koreans to renew calls for a nuclear option. Interpreting Seoul’s signals will be challenging for U.S. policymakers.
The upheavals in the Middle East and North Africa have only just begun, and the hopes of Arab regimes and Western policymakers to retreat to old habits of authoritarian stability are doomed to fail.
Why the nature of the hurdles facing China’s economy paradoxically leads some to predict continuing strong growth and others to predict a further slowdown. | 中文
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.
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
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