The United States used to be the key force promoting global governance. What are the global consequences of America’s deeply divided domestic politics?
Is “soft power” just a friendlier-sounding way for the United States to dominate the world?
Does the U.S. credit downgrade mark the end of the country’s economic dominance?
How has Turkey’s prime minister succeeded in modernizing his country?
Why are world-shaping events increasingly passing the United States by?
Is Gordon Brown a credible candidate to lead the IMF in the future?
Which nation stands to lose the most compared to its own expectations, projected path and historic experiences?
Why has the former U.S. Treasury Secretary gone from hyping the United States to breathlessly promoting India?
Is President Obama really an anti-colonialist, as Dinesh D’Souza argues? And so what if he is?