Communism and democratic socialism won’t heal today’s political divisions. But social democracy—which helped ward off extremism following World War II—could.
The future depends on a social democracy that doesn’t reshape capitalism but transcends it.
Putin’s apparent victories in spreading Russian influence are mirages, some of which have come at a great cost.
Guinea-Bissau challenges the imposition of Western forms of government.
The term “posh” appeals to foreigners, but the British know there are teeth underneath the smile.
American millennials may resent their baby boomer elders for ruining the world, but generational politics in mainland China and Hong Kong are more complicated.
Public-private partnerships can solve the planet’s most vexing problems—but they need to focus on systemic change rather than single issues to succeed.
For some nations, trade and cooperation are becoming less attractive. But the world needs more coordination, not less.
Fragments of the wall have become museum pieces. But with the rise of extremist parties in Germany, the debate over the barrier’s legacy is anything but history.
The left’s increasingly ambitious environmental agenda is rethinking the mechanics of the international economy.
Mongolia rocks out while its giant neighbor slumbers.