As tragic as September 11 was, it triggered a return to the American past – a nation driven by fear, not optimism.
The world has encountered a series of shocks over the past 15 years. This should lead to more realistic expectations about the timetable for further globalization moves.
The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq that the U.S. conducted after 9/11 had serious consequences for the rule of law in the world.
Why it is not only smart, but mandatory for mature powers to stop being overly ambitious in the field of foreign policy.
What is keeping Americans in a September 2001 mentality almost a decade and a half later?
Is the real problem between Islam and the West — or within Islam itself?
The United States and Brazil issue landmark reports: How can the world really do better?
U.S. foreign policy needs a complete rethink to move past the post-9/11 model.