India can play a larger role on the world stage, but it must first restore its economic momentum and liberal credentials.
As the old order in the Arab world collapses, the region needs governance that can resolve its crises and harness its potential.
The greatest obstacle to countering Russia’s hard-edged foreign policy has been the West’s incoherent response.
The United States must secure the benefits of a globalized economy while protecting itself from systemic shocks and supporting the economic renewal of middle-class communities.
Beijing and Washington are competing to set Asia’s rules, norms, and standards. But other countries in the region are increasingly choosing to shape its future themselves.
Democracy is in desperate need of renewed international support. The pandemic adds to the challenge but may provide a window of opportunity.
Security threats and disinformation have made mayhem of life online. It will take experimental cooperation among governments, platforms, and civil society to improve safety without hampering innovation.
Amid new players and lapsed treaties, nuclear arms control has lost its way. It should refocus on one priority: ensuring against catastrophic escalation.
The coronavirus pandemic could give birth to a more autonomous and strategic EU. But the bloc must resolve its internal tensions and find its place in an increasingly fragmented world.
As the global order crumbles, the United States must reinvent its role in the world.
Latin America faces a critical test: Can it overcome economic crisis without sinking into democratic dysfunction?
Can technology still be a force for democratic renewal and change?
Building gender-equal democracies requires both political representation and economic justice.
Governments and donors must use the post-pandemic window of opportunity to curb corruption before the next disaster.
Even when evidence reveals the work of an influence operation campaign, it’s hard to measure the effects and harder still to counteract them.
Geopolitical tensions are putting the global financial system at greater risk of cyber attacks, but new forums of international cooperation are beginning to address the dangers.
Making fast, cross-border payments involves onerous hurdles. But progress in India points toward promising solutions.
Effective nuclear arms control engagement with China will likely require confidence-building measures by the United States and greater support from the international community.
The hard realities of North Korea’s nuclear program require a new approach by the United States.
Turkey’s newly expansive and independent foreign policy could spark a reckoning with its allies.