"Britain's leadership change offers an opportunity to take stock of the US and UK's 'special relationship,' which now looks pretty normal," Paul Poast argues.
"If Russia’s struggles in Ukraine herald its broader decline, it’s unlikely an easy peace is ahead for many in Russia’s neighborhood," Elizabeth Shackelford writes.
Karl Friedhoff analyzes South Korean President Yoon's speech at the 77th United Nations General Assembly and how it may be remembered.
Karl Friedhoff joins CNBC Asia to discuss South Korean President Yoon's low approval ratings.
Food available in federal assistance programs is not acceptable to various communities with specific religious, cultural, or physical requirements.
Jair Bolsonaro "has emboldened his boosters to distrust the polls and decry the electoral system, while making sure they’re packing heat," writes Robert Muggah.
The South Korean president's approval ratings have declined due to an unending cascade of unforced errors, Karl Friedhoff writes.
"Russia’s actions have only cemented American support for NATO," writes Council President Ivo Daalder in POLITICO.
Cécile Shea joins the Mike Hosking Breakfast podcast to discuss why Chinese President Xi Jinping can't be seen supporting Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
If Russia does ultimately lose the war, Nonresident Fellow Paul Poast argues, it will be a great victory for the West and NATO.