Russian leaders have historically placed their own ambitions above the rights of ordinary Russians, but it isn’t impossible that a post-Putin Russia could look different.
Given past failures and the many challenges involved in creating security institutions in Northeast Asia, creativity and flexibility will be key to designing a twenty-first-century architecture for the region.
To better understand the various paths by which societies might overcome or reduce political divisions, this working paper examines perniciously polarized countries that have successfully depolarized, at least for a time.
A partial “decoupling” of U.S. and Chinese technology ecosystems is well underway. Without a clear strategy, Washington risks doing too little or—more likely—too much to curb technological interdependence.
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Maha Yahya proposes policy directions that aim to address contradictions within the Biden administration’s policy for the Middle East.
Steve Feldstein offers strategies for democracies, civil society, and technology companies to counter internet shutdowns around the world.
Zainab Usman and Jonathan Glennie offer recommendations for African countries and other engaged relevant international stakeholders on how to engage most effectively with the United Kingdom on its Africa policy following its 2021 Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development, and Foreign Policy.