Indians know they can’t rely on elites to save them from catastrophe. That’s exactly what could make a climate movement there so powerful.
Beijing’s Hand-Picked Leader in Hong Kong Has an Abusive Past
Hong Kong’s one-man election drives home Beijing’s broken promises to the territory.
North Korea’s Real Threat
North Korea’s greatest liability is something that it currently views as an asset: its radical isolation.
The Economic Consequences of the War
The conflict in Ukraine Is a disaster for the poor of this planet.
China’s ‘Zero COVID’ Policy Is a Big Liability for Xi Jinping
With discontent spreading in China, can the Communist Party keep shutting down entire cities and provinces following every outbreak?
Why Russia Fumbled in Ukraine, China Lost Its Way, and America Should Exercise Restraint
The three powers often misread the odds against them. With Russia and China reeling, the next danger is overreach by the United States.
China’s Evolving Energy Policies in Africa
China is both reducing and altering the nature of its investments in African energy projects.
South Korea’s New Foreign Policy of One Yes and Two Nos
The victory of conservative candidate Yoon Suk-yeol in South Korea’s recent presidential election will push the country deeper into the U.S. embrace.
Washington Should Think Twice Before Launching a New Cold War
First, let’s remind ourselves of the catastrophic global consequences of the last one.
Can Global Sports Boycotts Help End the War in Ukraine?
The power of sports to legitimize a regime also means they have the power to delegitimize one, too.