The startling spread of illiberal populism in democracies around the world raises the question of how damaged democracies can heal themselves.
As digital surveillance abuse challenges national security, what can national and foreign governments do to curb this breach of privacy?
Tunisia is at a crossroads. The democratic transition has failed to meet the expectations of most citizens, with the government unable to address key challenges facing their country. What comes next?
Rising populism and inequality, coupled with surprising election outcomes in the United States and Europe, may signal an end to this historic transatlantic relationship.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s campaign against colonial-era pro-Japanese collaborators is an overlooked yet critical bilateral issue, linked to the United States and diplomacy with North Korea.
In the current climate, the U.S.-Russian relationship is likely to stay stuck regardless of any grand gestures aimed at turning Putin into President Trump’s “new best friend.”
What are the challenges facing democracy globally and how can the United States recover its role as a leader in international democracy support?
Trump has never cultivated a close working relationship with Prime Minister Theresa May, and the unilateral actions by the Trump administration have deepened policy rifts between the two countries.
In May 2019, citizens of the European Union will elect a new European parliament. How will the EU be governed after the election, and how might the new parliament impact the EU’s agenda over the next five years and its potential effects on the transatlantic relationship?
The United States and North Korea are once again locked in a diplomatic standoff over denuclearization and the normalization of U.S.-North Korean relations. This has brought the promising start North and South Korea have made on building peace and security on the Korean Peninsula to a halt.