Stephen Walt on the Underweighted Risks of 2023
A realist POV on the war in Ukraine, competition with China, COVID, and more.
Last week, FP columnist Stephen Walt gave the Biden administration a B- on its foreign policy in 2022—with an “A” for effort. In part 2 of a Foreign Policy Live discussion with me, Walt looked ahead to 2023 to game out the war in Ukraine, elections in Turkey and Poland, and how protests in China might pan out.
Ravi Agrawal is the editor in chief of Foreign Policy. Twitter: @RaviReports
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