All wars are hybrid, but war — and the notion of hybrid — have changed.
India and China: 1962 as a Turning Point
A history retold about India and China from 1949 to 1962, a formative and yet self-destructive phase in a troubled relationship.
F.W. de Klerk: Rising to a Shakespearean Challenge
Reflections on the life of the late South African President.
Huntington Reloaded: Reflections on German Escapism
The three candidates to succeed Angela Merkel as German Chancellor are woefully unprepared to deal with geopolitical pressures.
Sankt Angela of Europe?
As the long-time German chancellor completes her last term in office, it isn’t just her own center-right party that is struggling at the polls.
From Ideology to Confusionism: The End of the Isms?”
Are we finally reaching the post-ideological age? Given the complexity of today’s world, that would represent major progress.
The Biden Administration’s Anti-Corruption Agenda
Will key European leaders join Biden’s approach on fighting kleptocratic regimes, whether Russia, China, Iran or Turkey?
How Angela Merkel Inspires the Japanese
Germany has always been an inspiration to Japan since the country opened itself up. These days, it may be Angela Merkel and her brand of leadership that inspires Japan the most.
Can Democrats Overcome Trump’s Shadow?
Should the Democratic Party be fortunate enough to rise to power again, the question arises: What will they do with it?
The Harsh Realism of Adam Smith
Adam Smith was no blind worshipper of the market economy. He pointed to many of the deformations of human behavior that we still deplore today.