The longer the Russia-Ukraine war lasts, the more likely other priorities may supersede or even replace it among Ukraine’s allies.
U.S. Foreign Policy
Vivek Ramaswamy’s views on Israel are shaped by two competing influences on his politics: libertarianism and national conservatism.
If the U.S. intends to halt China’s push for the autarkic mastery of critical technologies, the October 2022 export ban won’t be enough.
The current U.S. policy posture doesn’t leave much room for constructive engagement in APEC, including on free trade.
The lack of action by countries in the Americas could increase the risk of Haiti transitioning from a fragile state to a failed one.
BRICS is now a formidable group, representing a challenge to U.S. geopolitical and economic goals. It can no longer be ignored.
How Pakistan’s constitutional crisis ends will have grave consequences for the country’s embattled democracy and imprisoned ex-Prime Minister Imran Khan.
A Vivek Ramaswamy foreign policy would undermine fundamental U.S. alliances and reward non-allies like India and Russia.
Pakistan’s rulers are mulling the delay of this fall’s general elections to give them more time to neutralize the popular ex-PM Imran Khan.
U.S.-China technological decoupling raises serious concerns about global growth in the short and long term.