International Relations

Everyone likes to shoot the messenger and nobody likes to hear “I told you so”

The harsh reality is that the nuclear revolution is irreversible and makes major wars significantly less likely

Rules mean nothing without the means to enforce them

The Gulf countries may not be reliable partners against Russia

A frightening new autocratic international order is taking shape

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has highlighted the folly of proposals for a European army

Putin is not Hitler, but if we lose perspective we risk pushing him to reckless extremes

Just who are our plucky Ukrainian friends?

Patrick Porter and Sam Ashworth-Hayes discuss the Ukraine invasion

An older worldview makes a triumphant return, and splits the American right