Biden may tone down Trump’s trade war and bring back some limited human rights advocacy, but there may be more continuity than either administration admits.
Even a lame-duck Congress must remember their actions have global consequences too.
No one expects Biden to tap dedicated anti-imperialists for his foreign policy team, but several Obama-era diplomats would be a welcome alternative to “the blob.”
The world is banning nuclear weapons. The U.S. needs to get on board.
Americans can’t ignore the world beyond their borders, but the last thing they need is to embark upon a fresh search for distant monsters to destroy.
Bolivians overwhelmingly rejected a U.S.-backed coup regime. The U.S. should take it as a sign to abandon regime change — and rejoin the international community.
If Trump loses, we can’t just go back to the status quo. On foreign policy especially, movements need to be ready to push a new administration hard.
The greatest danger is that Turkey, Russia, the U.S., or Iran should see some geopolitical advantage in escalating the conflict.
North Korea’s nuclear program is a regional issue. It requires a regional response.
Dispossessed white men have haunted Western politics for generations. The answer isn’t to jettison “identity politics” — it’s to create truly meaningful new opportunities.