FA JulAug 2017 Courtesy: Foreign Affairs
7 July 2017

Start-Up Palestine

For decades, Israeli and Palestinian politicians have pursued a political solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict, only to see their hopes dashed again and again.

FA MayJun 2017 Courtesy: Foreign Affairs
4 May 2017

The Boom Was a Blip

The global recovery from the Great Recession of 2009 has just entered its eighth year and shows few signs of fading.

FA MarApr 2017 Courtesy: Foreign Affairs
6 April 2017

China’s Great Awakening

For decades, outsiders have thought of China as a country where religion and faith play marginal roles.

FA JanFeb 2017 Courtesy: Foreign Affairs
31 January 2017

Will the Liberal Order Survive?

During the nineteenth century, the United States played a minor role in the global balance of power.

FA NovDec 2016 Courtesy: Foreign Affairs
30 November 2016

How to Succeed in the Networked World

Foreign policy experts have long been taught to see the world as a chessboard, analyzing the decisions of great powers and anticipating rival states’ reactions in a continual game of strategic advantage.

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30 September 2016

How to Fix Brazil

Brazil has rarely had it so bad. The country’s economy has collapsed: since 2013, its unemployment rate has nearly doubled, to more than 11 percent, and last year its GDP shrank by 3.8 percent, the largest contraction in a quarter century.

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29 July 2016

Germany’s New Global Role

Over the past two decades, Germany’s global role has undergone a remarkable transformation. Following its peaceful reunification in 1990, Germany was on track to become an economic giant that had little in the way of foreign policy.

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29 May 2016

The Age of Transparency

The push for ubiquitous surveillance may, oddly enough, result in greater transparency of state practices as the gaps between rhetoric and reality become more visible.

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31 March 2016

Can Central Banks Goose Growth?

In order to avoid the next economic downturn, bold action needs to be taken by the world's central bankers and policymakers.

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17 February 2016

How China Sees Russia

Beijing and Moscow are close, but 
not allies. Scholars and journalists in the West find themselves debating the nature of the Chinese-Russian partnership and wondering whether it will evolve into an alliance.