Divisive politics coupled with a near total failure for Left and traditional parties to adapt to current realities are anything but exceptional in the democratic world. France’s pivotal moment is also ours.
The International Court of Justice is not perfect, but it’s still favored by some Latin American governments as a dispute resolution mechanism. This article examines some recent cases involving Colombia and Nicaragua.
The unprecedented weaponization of global financial circuits in the wake of the Ukraine war could end up backfiring by jeopardizing the US dollar’s enduring position as global reserve currency.
Early pan-European solidarity is showing signs of strain as the focus of the Ukraine war shifts toward the east.
The Taliban is systematically curtailing the rights of women and girls in Afghanistan, but there are policy options available to the international community.
The Ukraine war is producing some bitter lessons for those who believed that global society had moved beyond nation-based geopolitics.
Examining the ways in which Tehran utilizes its ‘axis of resistance’ to shore up its overall geopolitical position.