Sophisticated Chinese media influence operations in Japan are already underway.
Trumpism will be around much longer than Donald Trump.
A year after French President Emmanuel Macron declared NATO “brain dead,” the military alliance has finally come up with a worthy response to and a blueprint for how it can step into the future.
In gaining U.S. recognition for its annexation of Western Sahara, Morocco achieved a central foreign policy objective without having to define the political terms of that annexation.
The Communist Party is putting ideological battles first.
Confrontational political dynamics have proven to be highly resilient, adapting to the pandemic and, in turn, being reinforced by it.
When it comes to engagement with global Muslim communities, U.S. policymakers should take a more complex approach to engagement which privileges situations that ought to be privileged, and for no longer than necessary.
The coronavirus has devastated fragile and conflict-affected states, exacerbating suffering and, in some cases, shifting power dynamics in ways that are likely to influence politics or the conflicts even when the pandemic subsides.
During a year in which many were confined at home, books offered people a precious opportunity to expand their horizons. Here, Carnegie scholars share a selection of the best books they read in 2020.
The growing challenges confronting the OSCE are unwelcome reminders that the tools and institutions that underlie multilateral diplomacy have atrophied greatly in recent years.
The new U.S. sanctions will hurt Turkey, but they are also an opportunity to renew U.S.-Turkish relations. President-elect Joe Biden’s arrival will be a chance for both sides to find common ground and salvage a critical relationship.
The erosion of trust between Brussels and London has prevented both sides from laying the foundations for continued cooperation on foreign policy after Brexit. How can the European Union and the United Kingdom rebuild relations in 2021?
As President-elect Joe Biden and Antony Blinken, his pick for secretary of state, gear up to operate in the cruel and unforgiving world they’ll inherit, it is worth reminding oneself what makes a great secretary of state, and perhaps why these challenging times may not require a Baker or a Kissinger to do great things.
Faced with the dilemma of democracy versus stability, recent events in France and Belarus show the need to reconcile human rights and interests.
South Korea’s soft power reached new heights in 2020, driven by everything from its model pandemic response to cultural staples like chart-topping BTS albums. But Seoul must use this rising political capital wisely to build lasting influence beyond its borders.
Despite the Hirak’s few tangible successes, one thing remains sure: there is before and after February 22, 2019.
To quickly lower the risk of nuclear escalation, manage arms racing, and avoid a breakdown in future treaty negotiations, the United States, Russia, and China should consider five politically binding proposals to build transparency and confidence.
The number of organizations and projects focused on influence operations has grown dramatically in recent years. This growth is encouraging, but its pace brings challenges.
The EU’s new human rights sanctions regime is a major step forward. Yet the union needs to better establish how the regime connects to the rest of the its foreign policy.
The United States cannot continue to go it alone in the Middle East. Here’s why a selective multilateral approach to fixing problems in the region will bring better results.