How could we keep you waiting with bated breath? Part II is now up. Get your Part I here.
Ending the war in Afghanistan brought out opposition that has been labeled “the Blob.” But who are the Blob? The commonality among those being labeled the Blob seems to be that they want the war t
Scott’s post about the so-called “Afghanistan Papers” provides a good excuse to remind everyone that the recriminations, deflections, and finger-pointing are just getting started. It
The Taliban have apparently now entered Kabul. We can hope for the best, but it seems more likely than not that we are looking at a humanitarian crisis across multiple dimensions: atrocities committed
A recent episode of bloggingheads.tv features John Ikenberry and Patrick Porter. They discuss the Biden administration, liberal international order, and the “Rooseveltian Internationalism”
Daniel Deudney and John Ikenberry recently published a ‘big think’ article in Foreign Policy. They note that the Biden administration’s approach to foreign and domestic policy – in
I have a brand new piece online at Foreign Affairs on why I’m extremely skeptical of the idea of “Great-Power Competition” as a strategic framework. Great powers compete. The relativ
Sometimes the best way to compete is… not to bother. As Alex Cooley and I argue in a new piece over at The National Interest, Washington can afford to chill out a bit when it comes to challenges