How the fight against inequality at home unites — and separates — Biden and Xi Jinping. And who seems to have the upper hand.
Europe needs to make clear proposals to the U.S. in its Indo-Pacific strategy to set a common approach to China.
As tragic as September 11 was, it triggered a return to the American past – a nation driven by fear, not optimism.
The US withdrawal from Afghanistan will likely clarify the Gulf’s security options. Are Russia and China alternatives?
Enmeshing itself in unnecessary wars has weakened the United States considerably, both materially and in terms of international prestige.
Reflections on the need to guard against the false prophets of making hay out of the current situation by effectively doing China’s bidding inside Europe, especially inside Germany.
Unless the U.S. can accept a more modest role in a multipolar world, more Afghanistan-type misadventures are inevitable.
The Republican Party is utterly unprepared for the hard realities of relative U.S. decline vis-à-vis China.
The history of white nationalism, grievance and authoritarianism in Europe makes the agenda of the current Republican Party in the US far easier to understand.