Whether the growing size and global interdependence of China’s economy is translating into greater Chinese geopolitical influence is one of the most important questions of the twenty-first century.
Following the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president, it falls to the Europeans to defend the international agreement on Iran’s nuclear program.
A study in India finds that ideological diversity in the administration is key to a tolerant government. So far there is little evidence that Trump will select a ideologically diverse administration.
NATO needs to rise to the challenge of putting in place long-term mechanisms to protect the transatlantic community’s security, shared values, and way of life.
The sustainability of Armenia’s model of partial democracy is being challenged by growing popular dissatisfaction and a looming generational turnover.
Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court struck down a portion of the country’s protest law this week. While that may have long-term significance, the ruling is likely to have little short-term effect.
Modi’s technology-based solution in going after “black money” has a long historical precedent. Only through strong public-private partnerships in cities like Bengaluru will he succeed.
Some of Germany’s prominent voices are musing about the options of a German or non-NATO European nuclear deterrent should a Trump administration roll back U.S. commitments to the alliance.
What is seen by some as a generalized debt problem is actually more of a restructuring issue involving downsizing of a subset of state-owned enterprises.
Egypt’s new NGO law is another step toward autocratic governance and may lead to further instability and radicalization.
In a country full of sophisticated lawyers and lobbyists and rationalizers, it is now urgent to ask whether Americans still understand what corruption is. To say it’s what is proscribed by law is to fall into a logical sinkhole.
President-elect Donald Trump may find it difficult to translate his campaign talking points on the Middle East into concrete policies.
The defeat for Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi in the December 4 constitutional referendum spells bad news for European foreign policy and the transatlantic relationship.
A book review of Shivshankar Menon’s “Choices: Inside the making of India’s Foreign Policy” and the evolution of India’s foreign policy after the Cold War.
Regulation and innovation need to be in sync if India is to take advantage of the digital revolution, and policy research is a critical input towards harmonizing the two.
The Donald Trump administration is beginning to take shape, but still has a long way to go in identifying personnel and defining policy goals, particularly in Asia.
Troubling political developments in the run-up to Ghana’s December elections have shed light on the limits of its democratic gains.
Class, not caste, may gradually become the dominant repertoire of competition between parties in Gujarat and elsewhere in India.
Even before U.S. President-elect Donald Trump won the White House, much of Eastern Europe was living in Trumpland, where politics is more about making deals than about building institutions.
A meaningful change in China-Latin America relations requires inducing development and sustainable economic ties between the two players, notably through standardized protocols.