Posted on Tally Helfont, Samuel Helfont GeopoliticusWhether you get your news online, on the radio, on television, or in print, there is no way to escape the recent spate of revelations of sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, and sexual assault that have taken place in every industry and at every echelon. Powerful politician, billionaire media mogul, ...Posted on Adam Garfinkle E-NotesPresident Trump’s announcement yesterday that the U.S. government would recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital predictably set off a preternaturally gigantic spilling of electronic ink. A good deal of it on the radio and in social media, as best I can tell, amounts to semi-ignorant blather; it hence constitutes a ...Posted on George W. Croner E-NotesAs the calendar has turned to December, a fifth bill addressing the reauthorization of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act has been introduced in Congress. This past week, Devin Nunes, chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, introduced the “FISA Amendments Reauthorization Act of ...Posted on Sadaf Jaffer E-Notes“Islam is rotten to the core," snapped a fellow guest at a recent wedding after I shared that my doctoral dissertation was about Indian Muslims. We’ve all heard similar claims—that Islam is essentially violent, totalitarian, and unenlightened. Attacks carried out in the name of Islam, and the intense media ...Posted on Artyom Lukin E-NotesSince the late 19th century Russia has been a major stakeholder in Korean affairs, at times exercising critical influence on the peninsula. The unfolding crisis over Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile programs may significantly raise Russia’s profile on the peninsula. ...
Featured ItemsIn October and November 2017, Central Asia and the Caucasus witnessed yet another set of Russian-led military exercises under the auspices of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO). Codenamed “Combat Brotherhood-2017,” the exercises engaged the CSTO’s entire collective forces—from ...For decades, the United States has been at the forefront of international engagement. It has settled disputes and advanced democracy through supporting elections, civil society development, and often through educational exchanges. Yet, today, America’s disengagement is in the headlines. ...
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