• With Europe facing unprecedented geopolitical challenges and political transition in key countries, will the EU act together, as a federation in the making, or fall back on divergent national positions?

    January 21st, 2022

  • U.S. presidents have significant authority to act in foreign policy. Domestic political divisions rarely impact U.S. foreign policy conduct.

    December 26th, 2021

  • China still benefits from American hegemony. It cannot afford to take the U.S.’s place. The U.S. could survive this challenge with burden sharing.

    December 17th, 2021

  • Little came from the COP26 summit. Global warming may not be as dangerous as some say. Countries will likely back down from their commitments.

    December 10th, 2021

  • Focusing on stakeholders is justified in some situations. Taken too far, however, it can do harm. Aiming for long-term profit is a good compromise.

    December 3rd, 2021

  • A new EU accession round is less likely than ever. China, Russia and Turkey hope to boost their influence. Beijing could make headway.

    November 26th, 2021

  • Excessive money printing is fueling inflation. Covid risks could hinder economic growth in rich countries. Stagflation could return, crippling economies.

    November 19th, 2021

  • California trails other states in key indices such as academic achievement while exceeding them in violent crime and the cost of living.

    November 12th, 2021

  • Europe faces an unprecedented scramble for gas. Russia may be strategically limiting supplies. Gas markets will eventually correct themselves.

    October 28th, 2021

  • The EU and NATO have lauded Georgia’s pro-Western aspirations but after two decades waiting, stopped short of accepting it as a member.

    October 27th, 2021


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