Japan Is Getting Real on Security After Ukraine
A flurry of moves is positioning Tokyo at the center of anti-China alliances.
The European Union Is Turning on China
Ukraine might be the last nail in the coffin for a friendly relationship.
Why the West Should Make Peace With Erdogan Now
He is the one unsavory character the West urgently needs better relations with.
China’s Third Aircraft Carrier Is Aimed at a Post-U.S. Asia
Beijing can’t challenge U.S. naval power directly yet.
Beijing Eyes Pacific Islands, Exploiting U.S. Strategic Vacuum
The newly contested region needs serious U.S. attention.
U.S. Restraint Has Created an Unstable and Dangerous World
Decades of ignoring the menaces posed by Russia and China has led the West to a precipice.
China’s Crisis of Confidence
What if, instead of being a competitor, China can no longer afford to compete at all?
Don’t Overreact to China’s Solomon Islands Plans
Naval power projection is a long way out for Beijing still.
Modi’s Multipolar Moment Has Arrived
India, now courted by all sides, is the clear beneficiary of Russia’s war.
Russia’s War Is the End of Climate Policy as We Know It
Ironically, geopolitical strife and energy scarcity will do more for the climate than decades of ardent policies.
The U.K.’s Bold Bosnia Policy Slaps Down Russian-Backed Separatists
Sarajevo’s hopes of NATO accession are growing as London steps in.
As China’s Economy Falters, Be Careful What You Wish For
Why Western schadenfreude about Beijing’s economic troubles is misplaced.
Putin’s World Order Would Be Devastating for Africa
Moscow is already deeply involved in destabilizing wars.
South Korea’s Conservatives Aren’t Any Tougher on China or North Korea Than Liberals
The new Yoon administration will stick to the same line Seoul always follows.
Is Biden Missing a Chance to Engage China?
Appalled by Russian President Vladimir Putin’s Ukraine debacle, Beijing could be open to a new U.S. approach.
Putin’s Ukraine Gambit Was ‘Self-Defeating’
Two experts on energy and geopolitics talk about spiking prices, Russia’s war, and what that means for the climate fight.
Australia’s Got a Solomon Islands Headache (Again)
China’s expansion into the South Pacific caught Australia and the United States off guard.