For centuries, scientific and technological prowess — or lack thereof — is what has separated global winners and losers.
The U.S. is a global leader in a large measure because of its prowess in science and technology.
How two reluctant, yet pivotal powers adjust to a pluralistic and less Western world order.
How does Europe exercise world power? Isn’t doing it away from military battlefields a truly modern form of global leadership?
How is a lack of knowledge of current events, geography and history jeopardizing America’s standing in the world?