J. Edgar Hoover transformed the FBI from a failing law enforcement backwater riddled with scandal into a modern machine. In her acclaimed new biography, Yale University’s Beverley Gage explores the fascinating, if not also controversial, figure.
In her first visit to Washington, D.C. as foreign minister, Penny Wong will give a major foreign policy speech on Canberra’s priorities and policies as well as addressing Australia’s role in the world.
Only the combination of military assistance and reconstruction efforts now will one day put Ukraine in the position to decide if and when it wants to negotiate.
Join Aaron David Miller as he welcomes back veteran OPEC watcher Helima Croft and Princeton University’s Bernard Haykel as they discuss the future of U.S.-Saudi relations.
Preparing the country shouldn’t begin with tanks, planes and ships. It will require a national effort of historical recovery and imagination — first and foremost to enable the American people to consider whether they wish to enter a major war if the moment of decision arrives.
EU-U.S. frictions are emerging over Russia’s war in Ukraine, economic nationalism, and China. Working together on security while fending off for themselves economically is not viable.
Civil society actors around the world are grappling with competition between values systems. Rising geopolitical tensions affect international civil society and its role in this shifting global order.
The mismatch between how the EU perceives its international role and how it is viewed abroad is glaring at times. Whereas the union sees itself as a champion of multilateralism and a generous donor, those in the Global South frequently criticize the EU as being hypocritical, self-serving, and post-colonial.
There was a big narrative propagating by many in the media heading into the 2022 U.S. elections that Indian Americans who had traditionally been inclined to the Democratic Party were going to deflect to the Republican Party.