From the 2016 presidential election to the West’s standoff with Russia, the Brexit could reshape the world order for years to come.
Keith Johnson is a senior reporter covering energy geopolitics for Foreign Policy. Previously, Johnson worked for more than a decade at the Wall Street Journal and was based in both Washington, D.C., and Europe. From 2007 to 2010, he contributed to Environmental Capital, a blog for the Journal that focused on energy developments and sustainability.
New Delhi said it will formally join the Paris climate agreement this year, a potentially big step to curbing harmful global temperature increases.
China’s aggressive moves in a disputed waterway have sparked tensions with the United States. Some of Washington’s closest European allies are now entering the fray.
An international tribunal’s decision will reorder the tense chess game over the South China Sea — and test Washington’s commitment to the Philippines.
With Obama headed to Asia, China’s suspiciously large Coast Guard vessels sure look a lot like a navy.