Foreign Policy asked leading thinkers for their best (and sometimes uncomfortable) advice.
A significant portion of Americans seek the destruction of political authority. What if they succeed?
To protect democracy, we have to first figure out why it’s worth saving.
The country’s obsession with garments takes an increasingly heavy toll on the rest of its economy.
But the sudden flood of capital is not as good for India as it looks.
Outsiders might see a peaking power, but China’s leaders don’t.
The EU and the United States need to stop making concessions to Serbian secessionist forces backed by Russia.
Tehran needs to restore the nuclear deal—but the Raisi administration’s officials aren’t up for the job.
The UAE’s bad behavior harms U.S. interests in the Middle East and at home.
A year ago, the state shot to death scores of citizens. No one has been held accountable.
The project of a stronger, more united continent is on life support. It’s time for a new vision.
The tale of Bluebeard the serial wife-killer echoes in the #MeToo movement.