Klummer – Project Syndicate

The Return of Jarosław Kaczyński

By Sławomir Sierakowski WARSAW – Jarosław Kaczyński’s Law and Justice (PiS) party is back in power, after receiving 37.6% of the vote in last wee

Weak States, Poor Countries

By Angus Deaton PRINCETON – In Scotland, I was brought up to think of policemen as allies and to ask one for help when I needed it. Imagine my su

Which Way for US Foreign Policy?

By Joseph S. Nye BANGALORE – When US President Barack Obama recently spoke at the United Nations about countering the Islamic State, many of his

The Hidden Debt Burden of Emerging Markets

[:en] LIMA – As central bankers and finance ministers from around the globe gather for the International Monetary Fund’s annual meetings here in

Europe’s Reality Check

By Joschka Fischer BERLIN – Until a few weeks ago, Europeans believed they lived in a kind of sanctuary, insulated from the world’s current confl

Putin’s Crooked Road to Damascus

[:en]By Andrei Kolesnikov MOSCOW – When Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed the United Nations General Assembly on September 28, he knew h

Asger Røjle: Japans forhold til egen krigshistorie

Japan vedtog i fredags en kontroversiel sikkerhedsreform, der bryder med efterkrigstidens pacifistiske forfatning. Reformen betyder, at Japan, s

Germany’s Hegemony Trap

By Wolfgang Ischinger MUNICH – The prolonged Greek debt crisis and the ongoing influx of refugees into Europe have ignited a debate about Germany

China and the Deep Blue Sea

By James Borton & Nguyen Chu Hoi HO CHI MINH CITY – Since December 2013, China has added more than 1,200 hectares to islands in the South China S

How to Fight the Islamic State

By Joseph S. Nye CAMBRIDGE – The Islamic State has captured the world’s attention with gruesome videos of beheadings, wanton destruction of antiq

Inflation, the Fed, and the Big Picture

By Carmen Reinhart CAMBRIDGE – Inflation – its causes and its connection to monetary policy and financial crises – was the theme of this year’s i

German Unification and the Impact on Foreign Policy

[:en]Tirsdag afholdte Det Udenrigspolitiske Selskab i samarbejde med Københavns Universitet og Tysklands ambassade arrangementet ’German Unificat

Another Great Leap Forward for Development

By Javier Solana MADRID – Next month, the world will achieve a milestone for global development efforts. The United Nations General Assembly will

Diplomacy at the Top of the World

[:en]By James F. Collins, Ross A. Virginia & Kenneth S. Yalowitz WASHINGTON, DC – Geopolitical tensions between Russia and the West have been hig

Den britiske afstemning om EU medlemskab

[:en]Over hele Europa er omfanget af de enkelte medlemslandes europæiske samarbejde til heftig debat grundet både nationale og regionale udfordri

Europe’s Migration ParalysisEurope’s Migration Paralysis

By Joschka Fischer BERLIN – For many centuries, Europe was a continent plagued by wars, famines, and poverty. Millions of Europeans were driven t

Why the UK Belongs in EuropeWhy the UK Belongs in Europe

By Charles Tannock LONDON – A referendum on the United Kingdom’s continued membership in the European Union may be less than a year away. If it c

Putin in the DockPutin in the Dock

By Paul Roderick Gregory STANFORD – To read the international press, one would think that the last two years have been good ones for Russian Pres

The Great Democracies’ New HarmonyThe Great Democracies’ New Harmony

By Joseph S. Nye CAMBRIDGE – When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited US President Barack Obama to attend his country’s Republic Day cere

The Eurozone’s German ProblemThe Eurozone’s German Problem

By Philippe Legrain LONDON – The eurozone has a German problem. Germany’s beggar-thy-neighbor policies and the broader crisis response that the c

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