While COVID-19 may not be an existential crisis for the EU, it does tick virtually all the boxes when it comes to hardening Eurosceptic attitudes throughout the bloc.
An early test for US-China relations under the Biden administration: whether or not systemic oppression in Xinjiang constitutes a ‘genocide.’
Are the EU’s motives truly environmental, or is this a matter of anti-competitive behavior?
The Sahel was a standout in volatility in 2020, and the security outlook is set to worsen amid signs of a French pullout.
If the Biden administration wants to help forestall authoritarian drift around the world, Mongolia would be a good place to start.
Constitutional reform is essential if Peru is to escape this endless cycle of political instability.
The political persecution of Moldova’s Anti-Corruption Prosecutor stands as President Sandu’s first big test in office.
The Trump era will have lasting repercussions for US power and the structure of the global system.
But was it really secret before its sudden declassification?
The ‘new normal’ will be forged by Afghan actors, but the stakes remain high for foreign stakeholders like China, the United States, India, and Pakistan.