Mike Coté is a writer and historian focusing on great-power rivalry and geopolitics. He blogs at rationalpolicy.com and hosts the Rational Policy podcast. He’s on Twitter @ratlpolicy.
A pernicious coalition of progressives and Islamists has been at the forefront of anti-Israel activism. But this bond is nothing new.
Mike CotéNovember 23, 2023
Although the threats to the American-led world order are linked at a strategic level, dealing with each successfully requires different regional tactics.
Mike CotéAugust 2, 2023
The Biden administration and the permanent bureaucracy are chained to an idea of foreign affairs that fails to protect American interests in an era of Great Power conflict.
Mike CotéJuly 19, 2023
The Arctic is an increasingly crucial region for 21st century geopolitics, but America is trailing its rivals. Why does the Arctic matter, and how can we catch up?
Mike CotéJune 15, 2023
Nigel Biggar’s new book is a spirited, well-argued defense of British history against its popular progressive detractors.
Mike CotéJune 7, 2023
Pax Romana, Pax Britannica, Pax Americana: What does hegemon status mean for American citizens abroad?
Mike CotéMay 4, 2023
As China seeks to impose its closed vision of the oceanic commons, the US must counter this approach and recommit to its maritime heritage.
Mike CotéApril 28, 2023
The strategic anxiety of encirclement has driven great-power policy for centuries; Russia and China represent the modern version of this classic security dilemma.
Mike CotéApril 21, 2023
France’s centuries-long quest for strategic autonomy has more often than not led to bad outcomes for the French.
Mike CotéApril 19, 2023
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