US foreign policy
China might be headed toward a recession. Against all expectation (not a single economist polled by Bloomberg had predicted it), the People’s Bank of China has cut interest rates. The ease.
It wasn't that long ago – maybe five or six years – that I last heard someone claim that Russia would never posses real soft power. After all, who could.
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's important to keep that mind.
I decided to talk to Paul Musgrave about his recent piece in Foreign Policy, "Political Science Has Its Own Lab Leaks." Here's the gist of the metaphor, as he articulates.
A Chinese Su-27 Flanker fighter makes a fly by while the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Marine Gen. Peter Pace, visits with members of the Chinese Air Force.
My forthcoming edited volume, which is relevant to, but not directly discussed in, this post. Sometimes the best way to compete is... not to bother. As Alex Cooley and I.
Gage Skidmore CC BY-SA 2.0 Yes, I'm still alive. Alex and I are speaking at noon (ET) today, "at" the Hertie School "in" Berlin. It's open to the public. It's.
Image by dbking [CC BY 2.0] Discussions of liberal orientations in U.S. foreign policy often quickly escalate into debates about the use of force, hypocrisy, and the status of "The.