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European politics have been hobbled by a complex trilemma of the green transition, social justice, and democracy. Rather than approaching this puzzle in terms of trade-offs, European governments should employ open forms of democratic engagement to cultivate positive linkages.
The climate and energy policies of the United States and African countries should build on three shared interests—and address three strategic tensions.
Most of the world has been focused on the brutal kinetic war that has been waged in Ukraine for almost a year. But from day one, this conflict has predominantly been a societal confrontation.
As the war continues to slowly escalate, the question remains: how does this end?
The crux of the problem remains that, as in the Balkans in the 1990s, an equitable peace is more attainable if there is a stabilizing international security presence. Russia’s peacekeeping mission, small and distrusted though it is, is the only such force in Karabakh.