1k followers 15 článkov/týždeň
Are the U.S. and Europe Never Ever Getting Back Together?

Chris, Melanie, and Zack discuss an article on the concept of unbalanced multipolarity by Emma Ashford and Evan Cooper. They debate what might happen if the United States pulls back from its leadership role in Europe and the rest of the world. Would America’s absence lead to global or regional disorder? Would allies step up to take some of the burden...

Thu Feb 29, 2024 10:55
Train, Harden, Sustain: Maintaining the Army’s Lethality in the Nuclear Shadow

On the morning of Nov. 1, 1951, within the confines of Area 7 at the Nevada Nuclear Test Site, soldiers from the U.S. Army’s 11th Airborne Division dug foxholes and positioned weapon systems in anticipation of the Atomic Energy Commission’s BUSTER-JANGLE nuclear tests. The Soviet Union had conducted its first nuclear test two years earlier, prompting...

Thu Feb 29, 2024 10:45
In Brief: The Death of Alexei Navalny

A lot happens every day. Alliances shift, leaders change, and conflicts erupt. With In Brief, we’ll help you make sense of it all. Each week, experts will dig deep on a single issue happening in the world to help you better understand it. *** On Feb. 16, 2024, Russian opposition leader and activist Alexei Navalny collapsed and died after a walk in the...

Wed Feb 28, 2024 20:31
A Framework for Foresight: Methods to Leverage the Lessons of History

The Scottish poet, novelist, and historian Andrew Lang once quipped that politicians use statistics the way a drunkard uses a lamppost: “for support rather than illumination.” Indeed, the same line might be applied to the way policymakers use, or rather misuse, history. From incongruous analogies to procrustean parallels, the lamentable catalogue of...

Wed Feb 28, 2024 10:48
Why Washington Should Side with Argentina’s Milei Against Beijing

The presidential campaign of Javier Milei of Argentina was one of a kind, from the chainsaw he wielded at rallies to his promise to create a marketplace for human organs. He shouted “long live liberty” to screaming crowds and described his cloned dogs as his closest advisers. Those idiosyncrasies, however, overshadowed the most radical item on Milei’s...

Tue Feb 27, 2024 10:47
Managing a Managed Decline: The Future of Indian-Russian Relations

In Moscow last December, Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar praised the “exceptional” nature of Indian-Russian relationship, describing it as the “one constant in world politics.” The reality, however, is that this relationship is a shell of its former self and, rather than being a constant, it is in fact undergoing a managed decline. This...

Tue Feb 27, 2024 10:47

Vytvorte si vlastný informačný kanál

Ste pripravení to vyskúšať?
Začnite 14-dňovú skúšobnú verziu, kreditná karta sa nevyžaduje.

Založiť účet