While some arguments for the decline of the state are insightful and important, none of them have stuck.
Urging states to act uncompromisingly in their self-interest is actually not in America’s national interest.
An “America first” policy risks leaving America alone.
American internationalism is not dead yet, but that it faces serious longterm maladies.
The far-right leader is using traditional language to mask her ideas for a radical shift in France's role in the world.
America must check the assertive, rising powers of Russia and China before it’s too late. Accepting spheres of influence is a recipe for disaster.
Here's what the Trump administration should do to keep the country safe and prosperous.
As Biden delivers his valedictory address at the World Economic Forum, we wonder what might have been.
Moscow may no longer be a superpower, but its revanchist politics are unsettling the international order. How should Donald Trump deal with Vladimir Putin?
With three African countries giving notice that they intend to abandon the ICC, a coordinated exodus might soon be coming.
It’s been widely speculated that if elected president, the former secretary of state will pursue more muscle-bound, interventionist policies than her predecessors. Except maybe she won’t.