Matthew Duss, a foreign-policy advisor to Sen. Bernie Sanders, appraises the Biden administration’s foreign policy.
Gabrielius Landsbergis weighs in on why Russia needs to be defeated, why Eastern European states were and are nervous, and why the West needs to step up.
Sauli Niinisto tells FP about his country’s decision to join the alliance—and the Russian president’s response.
Kaja Kallas talks about the threat from Russia, the future of the war, and what should come next for NATO in the Baltics.
“China ultimately respects strength and is contemptuous of weakness,” the former Australian prime minister said.
Two experts on energy and geopolitics talk about spiking prices, Russia’s war, and what that means for the climate fight.
Peter Hultqvist talks about Sweden’s bid for NATO, the Turkish roadblock, and what to do in the meantime.
America’s climate envoy on what it will take to turn things around for the planet.
As the Ukraine war rages, Tbilisi leans West and hedges East.
The world’s largest democracy is under pressure to join the West in sanctioning Moscow. But New Delhi wants to keep its options open.
Western sanctions ravaged the ruble after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. How did the currency bounce back?
The International Rescue Committee’s David Miliband explains how humanitarian aid groups are managing a historic refugee crisis.