Tag Archives: leadership

The EU’s Politicization, At Long Last

Are we finally witnessing politicization of the debate over the future of the EU?

Read more »

Rohani’s Presidential Pulpit

Can the incoming Iranian president outmaneuver his country’s hardliners on foreign affairs? Will that enhance global governance?

Read more »

Obama’s Cardinal Sin

Why is the U.S. president so keen on excelling by doing his very own opposition’s bidding? Is it because he is a non-politician and utter elitist?

Read more »

U.S.-China: The Difficulty of Becoming Number Two

Are U.S. politicians ready to tell their people that the day is near when the United States will no longer be the globe’s number one?

Read more »

The United States: From Global Vanguard to Global Hindrance

The United States used to be the key force promoting global governance. What are the global consequences of America’s deeply divided domestic politics?

Read more »

The End of Brand Putin?

Can Russia ever become a modern, economically competitive, democratic society as long as Putin is in charge?

Read more »

Reforming China — From Beyond Its Borders

Where in the world are Chinese leaders looking for inspiration to improve China’s future?

Read more »

Turning Environmental Threats into Profits

How does one turn environmental problems into a threat for the United States and then into a profit opportunity?

Read more »

An America That Can’t: A Reflection on Obama’s Second Inaugural

Does it even make sense to hold federal elections in the United States? After all, they never provide any real resolution.

Read more »

The Increasing Irrelevance of the U.S. Presidency

The weakened office of the President raises very serious questions about the ability of the United States to adapt to modern times.

Read more »