Bosnia did not get the support it needed 25 years ago to defend itself. Today it is barely a state, and that’s the fate that Ukraine needs to avoid.
What Climate Debt Does the North Owe the South?
Richer countries haven’t met their $100 billion promise to help poorer countries move beyond fossil fuels. Where’s the money going to come from?
No Time for a Ceasefire in Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin has so far failed to weaken U.S. and European support for Ukraine. Meanwhile, despite punishing Russian air strikes, Ukraine is successfully ejecting the invading army.
Will Democracies Be Polarized Out of Existence?
From the United States and Brazil to Israel and Hungary, liberals approach the widening gap in political perceptions with incredulity while Illiberals see polarization as a political opportunity to destroy democracy.
The Future of China’s Green Revolution
In the space of a single generation, China transformed itself into a global economic giant. Now, at the same rapid rate, it must lead the world by greening its enormous economy.
Is Ukraine Going Too Far?
Ukraine doesn’t want to “cut its wins” in order to negotiate a peace deal. Is it wrong?
Iran: A Winter-Spring Anti-Romance
Here’s why the protests rocking Iran are different from past demonstrations.
So, What about Those Other Wars?
Here’s why Ukraine dominates media coverage.
Fascism: Hello, Goodbye
Italy just elected a far-right leader. Is this the beginning of a resurgence of fascism, or the beginning of the end?
Is Putin in a Corner?
Exactly how weak is Vladimir Putin, both in terms of his effort to defeat Ukraine and his ability to maintain power in Moscow?