Putin is peddling a mythic version of history in hopes of dividing European loyalties. So far, they aren’t buying it.
Category: Spring 2022
Seeking to make our criminal justice system less prone to human error, we’ve replicated our own failures of judgement on a massive scale.
As inflation soars, what can Biden and the Fed do to control policy and messaging?
For NATO and Russia, the Syrian Civil War was the qualifying round in a geopolitical battle – a proxy war that set the starting positions for the invasion of Ukraine.
Russia has caused a sudden upheaval in Europe’s natural gas supply. When the dust settles, how will the shakeup affect global decarbonization plans?
The Ukrainian War has crystalized the importance of U.S. security guarantees to countries proximal to territorial threats. Beijing has yet to denounce the Kremlin’s offenses, prompting some to question the intentions of this stronger and more populous authoritarian neighbor.