Statement of European Union Foreign Policy Chief, Josep Borrell: The Old Empires Are Coming Back

High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell Frontelles made a speech at the European Parliament on 15 September. The EU’s Foreign affairs chief, Mr.Borrell made a statement concerning the Eastern Mediterranean and Turkey’s foreign relations at the meeting of the European Parliament. In […]

"Enrich the Country, Strengthen the Armed Forces’’

In his article, ‘’Enrich the Country, Strengthen the Armed Forces’’ 1, Hasan Kösebalaban opens up the discussion of Shinzo Abe’s legacy by mentioning his grandfather, Kishi who came to power by the support of the USA in order to counter the Yoshida’s doctrine; anti-military stance while building the economy. He […]

How Hegemony Ends

Multiple signs point to a crisis in global order. The uncoordinated international response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the resulting economic downturns, the resurgence of nationalist politics, and the hardening of state borders all seem to herald the emergence of a less cooperative and more fragile international system. According to many […]

The Next Liberal Order

The Age of Contagion Demands More Internationalism, Not Less Source: www.foreignaffairs.com By G. John Ikenberry When future historians think of the moment that marked the end of the liberal world order, they may point to the spring of 2020—the moment when the United States and its allies, facing the gravest public […]

Three Kinds of Power

By KEVIN D. WILLIAMSON What the U.S. can — and can’t — actually do about China. Donald Trump on the campaign trail was a big man when it came to China. Beijing, he promised, would quickly be brought to heel under a Trump administration. Trump failed to accomplish his China […]

China Versus the World

An Emboldened Beijing Seeks to Consolidate Its Power Beijing is ruthlessly expanding its power. But resistance is growing around the world — and Germany will soon play a key role. By Georg Fahrion, Christiane Hoffmann, Laura Höflinger, Peter Müller, Jörg Schindler und Bernhard Zand The Galwan Valley in the Himalayas […]

Welcome Back to Kissinger’s World

BY MICHAEL HIRSH Neoconservatism has died, and liberal internationalism is discredited. Perhaps it’s time to return to the ideas of one of the last century’s greatest realists. You can hate Henry Kissinger and think him evil. What you can’t do is ignore him—especially now. So argues Barry Gewen in his incisive […]