“The truth is that Turkey didn’t become a [NATO] member because of its adherence to democratic values,” writes Paul Poast in World Politics Review.
At the 2022 World Economic Forum in Davos, "rules-based order must be sustained and strengthened," argues Council President Ivo Daalder.
"There are limits to what China can do" without facing "consequences" from the United States, asserts Council President Ivo Daalder on MSNBC with Andrea Mitchell.
Nonresident Senior Fellow Paul Heer analyzes former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd’s take on US-China relations in the National Interest.
“America’s Somalia policy is obsessed with containing al-Shabab […] in the name of security,” writes Elizabeth Shackelford in the Chicago Tribune.
Nonresident Senior Fellow Cécile Shea debates the limits of American power and whether allies like Australia can depend on a broken superpower with Josh Szepps.
“We shouldn’t ignore that he has nuclear weapons, and we shouldn’t let that single fact be the only thing that matters,” Ivo Daalder argues on MSNBC.
“The stronger Japanese response to this crisis is not solely driven by policymakers, but also by the public’s reaction,” writes Craig Kafura in the Diplomat.
Can Turkey’s hesitance create any real problems for Finland and Sweden joining NATO? Council President Ivo Daalder explores the answer with Rachel Maddow.
Nonresident Fellow Paul Poast reminds Leland Vittert that the idea of NATO expansion provoking Russian aggression is one put out by Putin himself.