2020 has been hard enough. The last thing the world needs this year is nuclear weapons.
Here’s why we used the numbers we did — and what they can and can’t tell us.
Strategists are seriously arguing that battlefield assessment — including for nuclear warfare — should increasingly be delegated to machines.
The outbreak of COVID-19 initially looked like a gift to autocrats around the world — until they botched it.
For China, the global war for influence is about trading partners. For the U.S., it could mean something more volatile.
The repression we saw in Portland wasn’t new — only the targets were.
Too many Americans belong to the cult of selfish individualism. In the COVID era, this has become a death cult.
A world led by a unified Europe would be a significantly better place than one mismanaged by a fragmented United States.
Biden’s notion that the U.S. deserves a special seat at the head of the international table is a dangerous anachronism.
Trump’s use of federal paramilitaries is a classic tactic of autocrats to test how far they can push their authority in opposition-controlled regions.