23 May 2014
Is Brazil Losing Global Momentum?
Does President Dilma Rousseff’s muted response to events in Ukraine, Venezuela and elsewhere suggest that Brazil is sidestepping its international responsibilities? Not at all, says Alistair Burnett. The country has just gone back to pursuing its foreign policy objectives through more traditional means. More on «Is Brazil Losing Global Momentum?»
31 Jul 2013
The United States currently lacks the capabilities needed to win ‘hearts and minds’ in places such as the Middle East, or so argues Max Boot. Consequently, it’s time for Washington to redouble its efforts and call this requirement by its rightful name – political warfare. More on «Political Warfare»
20 Mar 2013
Our Arctic Strategy Deficit
William Edwards believes that the United States is ill-prepared to defend its strategic interests in the Arctic. To overcome this problem, he recommends that Washington concentrates its energies on crafting a workable Arctic treaty with other legitimate powers in the region. More on «Our Arctic Strategy Deficit»